A Wave or a Tsunami?

Lucia Rea, Journalist

January 15, 2019

From pink hats at public demonstrations in 2017 to the election of new congresswomen in 2019, the Women’s March and Wave are making a splash.

APUSH and Politics: Anti-Immigrant Political Movements

Alice Wanamaker, Editor-in-Chief

December 21, 2018

Anti-immigrant political parties are nothing new in this country, but today’s iteration is particularly worrisome.

APUSH and Politics: The Electoral College

Alice Wanamaker, Editor-in-Chief

December 5, 2018

The Constitution was not created flawless and ready for every challenge that would emerge in the next few centuries. Sometimes, it needs to be updated to fit our modern world.

Opinion: Why Longer Advisories are Good

Miles Ellsworth, Journalist

December 5, 2018

Having longer homeroom times has numerous social and academic benefits for teenage students. Some of these benefits include increased social interaction, community building, and teacher support.

APUSH and Politics: Donald Humason and Colonial Massachusetts

Alice Wanamaker, Editor-in-Chief

November 9, 2018

My generation, and possibly the ones before me, tend to think of our systems of government as static and immobile. In reality, our country is built on the premise that the opposite is true.

A short explanation of Masterpiece cake

Aidan Chappuis, Reporter

June 16, 2018

You might have heard people talking about the recent Supreme Court decision in Masterpiece Cakeshop v Colorado Civil Rights Commission, a highly anticipated gay rights decision. You might specifically have overheard some We the People students ...

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

Is it Time to Move our Start Time?

Aidan Chappuis, Journalist

January 4, 2018

Some of the members within the EHS Student Council believe that EHS should move to a later start time. A large and growing body of research has found that most teenagers suffer from chronic sleep deprivation, routinely often ge...

A Day in The Life of a First Year Student

Ellie Chappuis, Journalist

December 8, 2017

Somewhat based on real experiences My alarm clock has decided to malfunction during the night, so I am awakened by a tired mom who has not yet had coffee (not an opponent I ever want). I slow motion fall out of bed and drag...

Book Reviews

Book Reviews

November 5, 2017