Women’s Basketball Championship

Alice Wanamaker, Journalist

April 1, 2018

From November of 2014 to April of 2017, UConn women’s basketball played 111 games. They won every single one, including four consecutive national championships. So when the 2017 NCAA tournament came along, the question on eve...

Winter Sports Update

Alice Wanamaker, Journalist

April 1, 2018

EHS has seen significant athletic success this season from our varsity boy’s basketball and hockey teams. Both teams won their respective Western Mass championships and reached their first-ever state finals. The basketbal...

Spring Play: “The Actor’s Nightmare” and “Radium Girls”

Alice Wanamaker, Journalist

March 5, 2018

This spring, the EHS Drama club will be putting on two one-act plays: “The Actor’s Nightmare” by Christopher Durang, and “Radium Girls” by D.W. Gregory. “The Actor’s Nightmare” tells the story of George Spelvin,...

New K-8 Building

Karina Patterson, Editor

February 20, 2018

We (as high schooler students, staff and teachers) have enjoyed our brand new building for almost five years now. The nice air conditioned rooms in the spring, the amazing computer labs, the stunning auditorium and the general look...

Black Panther Movie Review

Black Panther Movie Review

February 19, 2018

College Fair

College Fair

February 7, 2018

EHS’s We The People team will compete at the state finals Saturday, Jan. 27

Aidan Chappuis, Journalist

January 24, 2018

On January 27, EHS will be competing in the state finals for We The People, a civics and constitutional law competition sponsored by the Center for Civics Education. The team, which has been taking the We The People class with Ms. Brown...

My life.

Barinder Sani, Student Poem Submission

January 18, 2018

Abandoning my roots has always been my worst fear. Slipping away from my morals and lessons. The thought, always made me very distraught. Moving, but not knowing where I'm going. Filling every void in my life with the...

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