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Fresh faces: Andy Swanson (10)

Fresh faces: Andy Swanson (10)

MIcah Wengler, Writer

October 6, 2015


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"I really enjoy math and science. I'm in Honors Chemistry and AP Physics, and for math I'm in Calculus. It's trickier than last year, but not too bad.  I like the elegancy of it. Everything fits together well, and everything is bound by laws. It's very interesting to learn. I hope to be a theoretical...

Flashback Friday: Mr. Michael Thebeau

Flashback Friday: Mr. Michael Thebeau

Tiffany Skaggs, reporter

September 25, 2015


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What year did you graduate? "1992"   Were you involved in any sports/clubs? "Football, Track and FCA." Why did you join? "I enjoyed sports, and I grew up watching football and playing football in the yard, which kids don’t do anymore since they are too busy playing video games. Coach Tom Sumne...

Fresh faces: Katy Marshall (11)

Fresh faces: Katy Marshall (11)

Micah Wengler, reporter

September 24, 2015


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"I'm passionate about art. I, myself, like to paint a lot. I like to combine the natural with the abstract, and they're never perfect because life isn't perfect. I think that it shouldn't be cut from the school because it's really a fundamental part of human development. Humans have a natural inst...

Fresh faces: Aidan Beringer (9)

Fresh faces: Aidan Beringer (9)

Micah Wengler, Reporter

September 22, 2015


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"I like the idea of discovering other planets outside of the solar system and exploring the galaxy. Did you know that the galaxy is held not by gravity but by dark matter? When I first started getting into astronomy I was watching the Science Channel and the show 'How the Universe Works' came on an...

A new face in the crowd: Getting to know Mr. Crouther

A new face in the crowd: Getting to know Mr. Crouther

Tiffany Skaggs, Reporter

September 15, 2015


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A slight man of 5’7”, Mr. Charles Crouther, interim head principal, fills up a space exponentially larger than his frame. "My first impression of Mr. Crouther was that he was really welcoming and friendly," Taylor Parish (11) said. "He had a conversation with me and asked me my name, how old I was...

Fresh faces: Shreya Bandyopadhyay (10)

Fresh faces: Shreya Bandyopadhyay (10)

Micah Wengler, Writer

September 1, 2015


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"I'm in theater. I was props leader for One Acts. Theater is a really fun environment where everybody, no matter what your age or what grade you're in, just sort of interacts with you. You can explore different things in theater. You can do tech, or you could do acting, and there's a certain respect...

Cheering for a change

Cheering for a change

Tiffany Skaggs, feature writer

May 19, 2015


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Adam Wendler (10) will be pioneering new territory next school year as the first male EHS cheerleader in school history. “I hope that people will accept me,” Wendler said. “I hope they see that I was brave enough to try out, to get out there and try something new instead of following the crowd.” Wendler...

Humans of EHS: Shontavia Moss

Humans of EHS: Shontavia Moss

Micah Wengler, News writer

May 7, 2015


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Shontavia Moss (12) has big plans for success. Unlike some impractical dreams (becoming an astronaut or a recording tycoon), Moss plans to be a marriage counselor. "Most of my friends come to me for advice,"  Moss said. "Boy advice, school advice, just whenever they have a problem they come to me;...

Humans of EHS: Caley Martin

Humans of EHS: Caley Martin

Micah Wengler, News writer

April 14, 2015


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Although she is only 15, Caley Martin (10) already knows how she wants the rest of her life to play out. She is an aspiring artist--and a good one at that. "I really want to be an art teacher when I grow up because Mrs. [Erin] Miller has inspired me," Martin said. "She’s really positive all of the time. Even whe...

Humans of EHS: Andrew Peraino

Humans of EHS: Andrew Peraino

Micah Wengler, News writer

March 31, 2015


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Enlisted in the United States Navy, Andrew Peraino (12) tested and scored in the 94th percentile on his ASVAB, a near perfect score, according to Peranio. By having such a high score on the test, he is qualified for every one of the estimated 85 jobs in the US Navy.  "I auto-qualified for the hi...

Humans of EHS: Sophana Holdegraver

Humans of EHS: Sophana Holdegraver

Micah Wengler, News writer

March 3, 2015


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Sophana and Vennie Holdegraver (9) are two non-biological sisters adopted from Haiti. They have lived in America for seven years now. This is Sophana's story. The transition was a tough for Sophana; at first she wasn't even able to speak English. "When I first got here, my sister and I were home-...

Humans of EHS: Mr. Steve Wilson

Humans of EHS: Mr. Steve Wilson

Micah Wengler, News writer

February 19, 2015


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Hundreds of students walk the halls daily, but only one man truly sees them all. His name: Mr. Steve Wilson ('Wilson'), hall monitor. Each day, he gets to interact with all of the different personalities of EHS. "I get to know the students on a one on one level," Wilson said. "My only regret is t...