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Day in the Life: Carter Davis

Day in the Life: Carter Davis

Drew Dunaway, reporter

October 18, 2019

The starting quarterback for the Eureka Wildcats is a large responsibility, being that the whole city seems to revolve around the Friday night lights. As a sophomore, Carter Davis, quarterback, stepped up to lead the team last season.  The Eureka vs. Lafayette game is the most hyped-up game of t...

EBN | First Semester Construction Update

EBN | First Semester Construction Update

Grace Walton, reporter

October 17, 2019

With construction of the STEM building beginning just over a year ago, Eureka’s walls have been knocked down, the parking lot torn up, and the skeleton of the new building added to the front. After funds were approved in 2017, the official construction process began with the designing of the bu...

Opinion: “Borderlands 3” Review

Opinion: “Borderlands 3” Review

Mia Kollar, reporter

October 16, 2019

Borderlands is a four-player first person shooter game that has been apart of the gaming community for almost 10 years. In Borderlands, players take on the role of a treasure hunter (Vault Hunter). Players are transported to Pandora, a planet, to look for treasure. Players go on quests and gather lar...

ACT vs. SAT: Which is better and why?

ACT vs. SAT: Which is better and why?

Olivia Dolan and Natalie Criswell

October 15, 2019

Standardized Testing. It’s a phrase that many high-schoolers around the country fear.  Hours of testing, headaches that always seem to follow the test and the fear of not getting a high enough score all result in a traumatizing experience.   The EHS Hub sat down with Jeffery Buckman, the college career sp...

Cafeteria takes on food court style

Cafeteria takes on food court style

Myles Allred, reporter

October 8, 2019

As the 2019-2020 school year started at EHS, students faced many changes, including the implementation of Flex, construction on the campus and a new lunch menu. "This year we've taken on a food court vibe, giving each individual line its own specialty," Sheila Jaycox, manager of secondary cafeteria...

Talking Moore with Mr. Arledge

Talking Moore with Mr. Arledge

Keaton Moore, reporter

October 3, 2019

Talking Moore is the EHS-hub's take on Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns. Keaton Moore, a reporter for the Hub, will be sitting down with staff and students at EHS to conduct interviews and get the truth about the people we see each day. In this episode, Moore talks with new EHS principal David Ar...

Bell schedule for Friday, Sept. 27

Bell schedule for Friday, Sept. 27

September 26, 2019

Above is the adjusted bell schedule for Friday, Sept. 27. It will be an A-day without Flex. Students will eat lunch according to their fifth hour. Students will be released from their seventh hour for the Homecoming Pep Assembly. Students are to leave all belongings in their seventh hour classes and pick them...

Opinion | Fine Tuned | Sept. 25

Opinion | Fine Tuned | Sept. 25

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

September 25, 2019

Each Friday, new music swarms streaming platforms across the world. As millions of artists push to have their music heard, very few are able to stand out among the masses. Here are my takes on three upcoming artists to watch out for:  Sueco the Child Sueco the Child first became famous when his song “...

EHS raises money and awareness for LHS student

EHS raises money and awareness for LHS student

Ethan Fine, editor-in-chief

September 23, 2019

  Lafayette High School lost the life of Brianna Reid, senior, Aug. 2.  Reid was an active member of the LHS community. She was on both the field hockey and track and field teams.  Students have been using the hashtag #6ix to show their support for the Reids. Six was Brianna’s number fo...

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