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Rose-tinted Reflections

February 16, 2018 2:32am | John Woodward '18, Chief Editorialist

Now that it’s the second semester, us seniors need to stop, take a breath, and reflect on our time here at EHS. To all of the underclassmen, I can’t stress enough just how awesome—life-changing, monumental, “lit”— Episcopal is. I could impart you with some cliché […]

Hey HQties!

February 16, 2018 2:30am | Ryan Grajewski '18, Editorials Co-Editor

“Let’s get down to the nitty gritty, let’s get this show on the road. Qumero numero uno:”   We all know what it is, and if you don’t, you’re a little behind. It’s HQ Trivia. The trivia game show on your phone where you have […]

I’m A Believer

February 16, 2018 2:28am | Lexi Weger '18, Contributing Writer

If you asked me in the fall of my freshman year if I believed in hypnosis, I would have laughed in your face. There is no way people can fall asleep that easily and be controlled by another human. Not a chance. Then, one Saturday […]

Hyp-NO-tist

February 16, 2018 2:26am | Albert Jin '18, Contributing Writer

It is important to differentiate an entertainment performance from a medical therapy. Hypnotherapy is widely accepted as a legitimate way to treat addictions, eating disorders, sleeping disorders, anxiety, and depression, given the patient is willing to collaborate. The therapist usually relaxes the patient’s mental guard […]

Dear Mr. Senator

February 16, 2018 2:19am | Mady Hand '18, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Dear Senator (or should I say your Legislative Assistant because I’ll probably only meet you for about five minutes), Every May, the seniors at Episcopal High School venture out into the real world. Eight-hour days. For three and a half weeks. It’s a LOT of […]

Time’s Up

January 19, 2018 8:26pm | Olivia Tucker, Editorials Co-Editor

It was divisive in a way that only a Generation-Z confrontation could be — flying fingers spreading screenshots and misunderstandings quickly turned an average Tuesday night into a cesspool of whispers in the library and arguments in the halls. In a mere matter of hours, […]

Roll Tide!

January 19, 2018 8:24pm | Henry Wells, Staff Writer

Go Dawgs! Whenever a big game rolls around, it seems like everyone on dorm has to pick a side and root for said side passionately. The College Football National Championship game was no different. To become more involved in the night’s action, many students picked […]

“An Economy of Love”

January 11, 2018 8:32pm | Natalie Block, Photos Co-Editor

  For the week of January 7, the Reverend Becca Stevens served as Episcopal’s Theologian in Residence. Reverend Stevens, who is from Nashville, TN, visited Episcopal, bringing her metaphorical light to our campus through her sermons, meet-and-greets and inspiring presence. After attending Sewanee, Stevens enrolled […]

New Junior? No Problem.

January 11, 2018 8:30pm | Grant Gausman, Contributing Writer

Change is never an easy thing. For most, it involves transitioning from an environment you’ve grown used to and are comfortable with, to something unfamiliar and new. Coming to Episcopal as a new junior is a big change to say the least. I remember my […]

All Jacked Up

October 21, 2016 7:18pm | Margaret Collett

Let’s play a game. Would you rather pass the AUX or have your phone be waterproof? If you are unsure maybe this article may help make the decision easier. The majority of the people we surround ourselves with have iPhones, and those who don’t are […]