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Gun Violence, Gold Star Families and Tropical Storms

Gun Violence, Gold Star Families and Tropical Storms

Hunter Mulholland and Sarah Myers

October 23, 2017


Filed under Know/inform/care, Top Stories

Local Know: De Smet Jesuit High School assistant football coach and former Northern Iowa defensive back, Jaz Granderson was found shot to death, Oct. 16. Inform: The 27 year old Kirkwood High School graduate and former college football player received a fatal gunshot wound to his chest on his way home to South St. Louis in the 5100 block of Minnesota Avenue at 1 a.m. Witnesse...

Unstoppable?

Unstoppable?

Kate Laubacker, reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under News, Sports, Top Stories

From lashing the Lancers to mutilating the Mustangs at their own homecoming, Eureka football has proven itself to be a powerhouse. “The season went great. For tougher opponents like Lindbergh, we prepared really well. We watched films of past games and dialed in on that. We also had an offensive...

Moving forward and leaving high school behind

Moving forward and leaving high school behind

Ethan Fine and Maria Perez

October 18, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

Repetitive. Routine. Structured. High school can be predictable. A partnership between Rockwood and St. Louis Community College Wildwood gives juniors and seniors the opportunity to obtain their associate’s degree at the same time as their high school diploma. Students leave their home high schoo...

Health and Wellness Day, California wildfires and continued threats from North Korea

Health and Wellness Day, California wildfires and continued threats from North Korea

Sarah Myers, editor-in-chief

October 16, 2017


Filed under Know/inform/care, Top Stories

Local Know: The second annual Health and Wellness Day will be taking place on the late start next Monday, Oct. 27. Inform: With a goal of providing students with tools to deal with stress, the annual Health and Wellness Conference allows students to attend breakout sessions where they can...

All set

All set

Taylor Werges, reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under Clubs, News

It’s Friday night and the streets of Eureka are quiet. The glow from the stadium lights of the football field serve as a beacon: it's Friday night football. The Catpound has filled the stand and they begin to scream as ‘Hells Bells’ plays across the speakers.   At the start of the football season Greg Cle...

Senate candidate, changes to The Affordable Care Act and the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize winner

Senate candidate, changes to The Affordable Care Act and the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize winner

Sarah Myers, editor-in-chief

October 9, 2017


Filed under Know/inform/care, Top Stories

Local Know: Courtland Sykes is running as a Republican for the Missouri state Senate using political tactics similar to President Donald Trump’s. Inform: Sykes first announced his plan to run for Senate by publishing his campaign video on YouTube, Sept. 26. In the video Skye promises to support Trum...

Running on empty

Running on empty

Josh Margherita, reporter

October 4, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

The reality of an 8:16 a.m. school start translates into a rushed morning at best. 7:15 a.m.: Get up and out of bed 7:15-7:30 a.m.: Shower, brush teeth and get dressed 7:30-7:45 a.m.: Eat something hopefully: maybe a breakfast sandwich or a granola bar 7:45 a.m.: Leave to pick up carpool 7:45-8:06 a.m.:...

EBN: Hands-on learning

EBN: Hands-on learning

October 3, 2017


Filed under Features, News, Top Stories

Independent investigation, mass shooting and Hurricane Maria aid

Independent investigation, mass shooting and Hurricane Maria aid

Kate Laubacker, reporter

October 2, 2017


Filed under Know/inform/care, News, Top Stories

Local Know: Mayor Lyda Krewson and Police Chief Lawrence O'Toole called for an independent investigation of the St. Louis City Police Department’s response to protests. Inform: In a statement released by Krewson’s office, Sept. 27, Mayor Krewson and Chief O’Toole said they have pledged “...

Singing on

Singing on

Maria Perez, reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

“It was definitely the hardest choice I had to make in both my musical career and my professional teaching career,” Charlie Kinnison, choir, said. Kinnison officially left his teaching position at EHS, Sept. 15. He taught Treble Chorale, Show Choir, Treble Chamber Choir, Mixed Chamber Choir, Concert ...

Ready for Homecoming?

Ready for Homecoming?

September 28, 2017


Filed under News, Routine

SPIRIT WEEK DAYS Monday, Oct. 2: Mathlete v. Athlete Tuesday, Oct. 3: Tie Dye Day Wednesday, Oct. 4: Superhero Day Thursday, Oct. 5: Pajama Day Friday, Oct. 6: Purple and Gold Day Remember: faces cannot be covered, and school dress code still applies. Hats are allowed if appropriate w...