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April 19, 2018 1:10pm | Bijee Jackson '18, Contributing Writer

Sleep is the one thing I did not hesitate to sacrifice until I saw the difference when I started to sleep. The day SWELL introduced project SNZ to the student body, I knew I was one of their prime targets. I really did try to […]

The Philosophers

February 16, 2018 2:52am | Aly Cowin '18, Community Life Co-Editor & Gray Goodwyn '18, Sports Co-Editor

What happened to seniority? As the old adage goes, “all good things must come to an end.” That being said, whether the termination of seniority in EHS society is good or bad is up to oneself. According to Shakespeare, “nothing is neither good nor bad […]


February 16, 2018 2:50am | Bea Campagna '20 & Virginia Lummis '20, Staff Writers

We are now two weeks in to the month of February and many students and faculty members have expressed their thoughts on the trial schedule. Many students said that they enjoyed sleeping in, but it made the school day feel longer because it ends much […]

All Nite Long

February 16, 2018 2:38am | Gray Goodwyn '18, Sports Co-Editor & Parker Driscoll '19, Forum Co-Editor

The Battle Bus is loading up. Ten seconds until drop. The storm is approaching. First off, if you don’t know the term “Fortnite” by now, move on to the next article, because this is not for you. The world’s newest gaming revolution is upon us […]

Administration Introduces New Trial Schedule

January 19, 2018 9:32pm | Sam Fanning, Staff Writer

“Hit Me Baby, One More Time!” …and we mean, your snooze button! Yes, that’s right ladies and gentlemen; the daily schedule here at EHS is changing as we gear up for the second semester. This new trial schedule will include an extra thirty minutes of […]

Teacher Spotlight: Mrs. Smith

January 19, 2018 9:30pm | Aly Cowin, Community Life Co-Editor

If you are ever looking for advice on how to juggle several roles and positions, accomplish the duties of each one sensationally, and still maintain a calm and positive demeanor, Mrs. Smith is your go-to gal. As a four-year starter and two-year captain on the […]

Episcopal Cribz: The Purple Room

January 19, 2018 8:41pm | Virginia Lummis, Staff Writer

Have you ever been walking on strip and noticed the purple light streaming out of a window on Evans? Well that is Bea Campagna and Mary Preston Singletary’s room. Their room is unique, creative, and cozy, and Bea said that they clean their room at […]

Bai, Winter Blues

January 19, 2018 8:35pm | Didi Tyree, Staff Writer

Let’s face it, coming back from winter break is a dreaded thought amongst the entire student body. Ideas of frigid weather and dark afternoons clouded the minds of every EHS student as they drove through the front gates on January 2nd. I, however, arrived on […]

Senior Spotlight: Salina Tsegai

October 21, 2016 7:21pm | Sofi Novarro-Bowman & Ella Sayre

Salina Tsegai, a four-year senior from Chicago, Illinois, is known around campus for her warm smile, clever wit, and DJing skills. Not only is she a Senior Monitor, Chronicle section editor, and a slam poet but, she is my best friend, roommate for two years, […]

Hurricane Matthew

October 21, 2016 7:19pm | Ryan Grajewski

On September 25th, international weather services began tracking a tropical wave that formed off the African coast. Without knowing, this surge went on to form an unimaginably devastating storm that impacted much of the Caribbean and the United States’ eastern coast. On October 9th, Matthew […]