A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Ambush Interview: May Day Edition

June 28, 2018 3:17pm | Katherine Schwartz '19, Features Co-Editor

Last Saturday, students and faculty gathered on the front drive for the final closed weekend’s highly anticipated “May Day” event. As the junior class took on the role of planning and setting up, students of all grades took note of the new additions they brought […]


June 28, 2018 3:12pm | Gray Goodwyn '18, Sports Co-Editor & Colt Waller '18, Features Co-Editor

What the heck just happened…. That is the question that most people asked themselves after walking out of the much anticipated “Avengers Infinity War” for the first time. If you haven’t already seen “Avengers Infinity War” yet, Stop here because there are many spoilers ahead. […]

How To Live Your Best Episcopal Life, According to The Class of 2018

June 28, 2018 3:03pm | Erin Phillips '18 & Janie Stillwell '18, Contributing Writers

From Erin Phillips ’18 and Janie Stillwell ’18 As we reminisce about our years at Episcopal, we are thinking back to how we survived and attempted to thrive. So here it goes… our ten-step guide of best advice for Episcopal:   Make sure to guard […]

Ambush Interview: Spring Family Weekend

April 19, 2018 2:35pm | Katherine Schwartz '19, Features Co-Editor

Every April, the EHS campus gears up for the arrival of students’ families for Family Weekend (formerly known as Parents Weekend). The grass gets meticulously cut, the bread rolls become fresher, and third quarter grades are released. Though the event requires extensive preparation from teachers, […]

Finals Fashion

April 19, 2018 1:39pm | Guen Dunstan '18, Copy Editor

“Finding the perfect finals dress for senior year is more stressful than my entire junior year!” -Kate Jones   As Episcopal springs into full bloom, the stress from both final exams and the Finals dance can be felt throughout campus. While I may not be […]

Entrepreneurial Studies Pitch Contest Recap

April 19, 2018 1:32pm | Ansley Haulbrook '18, Features Co-Editor

Recently coined “neurial” by Thomas Kreger, Entrepreneurial Studies is a Senior elective offered in the spring co-taught by Mr. deButts and Mr. Fitzgerald. The semester-long class is always fun and hands down one of my favorite classes. The structure of this course is unlike any […]

“The End Is Near” Review of Avengers: Infinity War

April 19, 2018 1:30pm | Gray Goodwyn '18, Sports Co-Editor and Colt Waller '18, Features Co-Editor

Thanos is coming. You may have no idea what this means, so let us explain some quick context: After ten years of incredible theatrical success, the Marvel Cinematic Universe has reached the moment we have all been waiting for: “Infinity War.” Essentially, this new movie […]

Modern Art Meets Fashion

February 16, 2018 3:08am | Guen Dunstan '18, Copy Editor

On a chilly January day in Paris, Maria Grazia Chiuri, the leading designer for Dior, unified the worlds of modern art and fashion. On her runway, she unveiled Dior’s latest couture collection, inspired by dreamlike surrealism. When commenting on her vision, Chiuri stated, “Haute Couture […]

Poll: How Stressed is EHS?

February 16, 2018 3:06am | Katherine Schwartz '19, Features Co-Editor

Amid the research papers, SATs, and pre-Spring Break deadlines, the rising workload can be felt in the anxious students of the now more densely populated March Library. But when asked to describe their level of stress, students in the library provided a wide range of […]

New Year’s Resolutions

January 19, 2018 9:38pm | Katherine Schwartz, Features Co-Editor

From the ehs community “I’m ridding myself of all things pleasurable. Just trying to maintain my stoic honor.” – John Woodward ‘18   “To get into college. Literally that’s it.” – Kate Gray  ‘18   “To take fewer selfies and be less obsessed with myself.” […]