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Opinion: Bona Fide: “Taxi Driver”

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Taxi Driver”

Josh Margherita, reporter

May 16, 2018


Filed under Bona Fide, Leisure, Opinion, Top Stories

WARNING: “Taxi Driver” is rated R by the MPAA for some graphic bloody violence, strong language and some sexual material. Mentally-unstable veteran Travis Bickle (Robert De Niro) battles his insomnia as a nighttime taxi driver in New York City. His thoughts of violence and heroism clash in “Tax...

2018 senior columns: The view from here: Grace Miller

2018 senior columns: The view from here: Grace Miller

Grace Miller, reporter

May 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Day one. I put on a black t-shirt dress, something that I had picked out specifically to blend in at school. I grabbed my new North Face backpack (the same one everyone has, right?) and double-checked to make sure that I had my newly-issued student ID as I walked through the door. As I stepped into ...

2018 senior columns: The view from here: Lauren Glascock

2018 senior columns: The view from here: Lauren Glascock

Lauren Glascock, news reporter

May 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

If I could describe my high school experience in one word, it would be growth. Since freshman year, EHS has seen me grow and change into the person I am today. I walked in on my very first day with little to no confidence and not just because I was already taller than most of the guys in my grad...

2018 senior columns: The view from here: Maria Perez

2018 senior columns: The view from here: Maria Perez

Maria Perez, reporter

May 10, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

I’ve become comfortable with being uncomfortable. Not just in terms of dealing with adults and adult situations or in terms of having an awkward personality but also in terms of realizing my place in society. Though I am beyond grateful for all the educational experiences I have received, I ...

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Good Thing”

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Good Thing”

Josh Margherita, reporter

May 10, 2018


Filed under Bona Fide, Opinion, Top Stories

On his debut LP released in 2016, “Coming Home,” Leon Bridges illustrated his talent, taking his audience back in time to the Sam Cooke-era. It also offered beautiful blues and soul through his easy-like Sunday-morning voice. “Coming Home” is an act of homage and artistry wrapped up in a 1960s gift to...

Opinions: Fine line: Defining the difference

Opinions: Fine line: Defining the difference

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

May 8, 2018


Filed under Fine line, Opinion, Top Stories

I took on the editor-in-chief position of the EHS-hub in January in the middle of my sophomore year. We are a small staff that works hard to update the site with relevant material every school day. I coordinate efforts across three class periods including the Eurekana Yearbook Production hour and EBN ...

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Watchmen”

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Watchmen”

Josh Margherita, reporter

May 2, 2018


Filed under Bona Fide, Opinion, Top Stories, Uncategorized

WARNING: “Watchmen” is rated R by the MPAA for strong graphic violence, sexuality, nudity and language. Be forewarned, this is a bloodthirsty film. “Watchmen” (2009) introduces a group of ex-cops who do what the police cannot. Therefore, they dress up in costumes to keep their identities a ...

Opinions: Staff editorial: Listen up, legislators

Opinions: Staff editorial: Listen up, legislators

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

May 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Staff editorials, Top Stories

  “Thoughts and prayers aren’t bulletproof." “Fix this before I text my mom from under a desk.” “The only thing we should be scared of at school are tests.”   Individuals held up signs with these phrases when 119 EHS students marched out of the school in protest, Apr...

Opinion: Bona Fide: “KOD”

Opinion: Bona Fide: “KOD”

Josh Margherita, reporter

April 25, 2018


Filed under Bona Fide, Opinion, Top Stories

WARNING: “KOD” contains heavy themes and strong language. It is in no way intended to glorify addiction. J. Cole delivers his most thoughtful and insightful album to date: “KOD.” While he keeps up-to-date to the standards of modern hip-hop, April 20. Being 33 years old, J. Cole has bee...

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Flower Boy”

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Flower Boy”

Josh Margherita, reporter

April 11, 2018


Filed under Bona Fide, Opinion, Top Stories

Well folks, it’s a slow release week for music and with those weeks come my reviews of modern-day classics in which I explain to you why these albums will stand the test of time. For my first modern-day classic, I will be reviewing Tyler, the Creator’s “Flower Boy,” (2017) a deep cut into the li...

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Fantastic Mr. Fox”

Opinion: Bona Fide: “Fantastic Mr. Fox”

Josh Margherita, reporter

April 4, 2018


Filed under Bona Fide, Leisure, Opinion, Top Stories

In honor of “Isle of Dogs” being released, March 23, I will be reviewing Wes Anderson’s first stop-motion classic, “Fantastic Mr. Fox.” “Fantastic Mr. Fox” centers on--well--Mr. Fox (voiced by George Clooney) and his family as he corrupts them into schemes to steal food and other ro...

Opinion: Staff editorial: Pennies for police

Opinion: Staff editorial: Pennies for police

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

March 28, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Staff editorials, Top Stories

Voters in Eureka will go to the polls to vote on Prop E, Tuesday, April 3. Prop E would be a half-cent increase on sales tax that would go toward facility costs, infrastructure improvements and flood-control measures. If passed, the tax is expected to generate up to $15.9 million in its 20-year span. ...