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Intramural Sports gives students the opportunity to play more sports just for fun.

Intramural sports would be a great addition to Eagle High

Krista Karel, Copy Editor March 15, 2023

Many students at Eagle High participate in the various athletics provided. However, there are many people who would like to participate in these sports but without having the pressure of a varsity, extramural...

Unlike movies where everyone sees the same thing, books allow the readers to visualize scenes, which leaves more room for imagination.

Are books better than movies?

Valerie Chaves, Photographer March 15, 2023

Movies have always been thought to be more dominant and entertaining than books, and there has always been a discussion about which is better: books or movies? Of course, each person has a different point...

Boise State is one of the many colleges that offers higher level classes through Eagle High for students who would like to prepare for college while still in high school.

Students are not getting enough out of high school

Aidan Mattingly, Media March 15, 2023

Whether someone powers through their senior year of high school to achieve excellent academic recognition or counts down the days until graduation, everyone will go somewhere after high school.  College...

Controversies emerged after political speaker Scott Yenor spoke to the students of Eagle High about his beliefs.

The aftermath of Scott Yenor’s speech has taught Eagle High a lesson

Cole McAdams, Copy Editor February 27, 2023

On Jan. 26, the recently established Turning Point USA Club here at Eagle High had a guest speaker come and talk about “feminism” in the auditorium during the lunch hour. It quickly became known that...

Senior Steven Anderson represents the class of 2023.

Being a senior is superior

Leah Barnes, Copy Editor February 27, 2023

As freshmen, students walk shyly down the halls, scared of being the youngest. As sophomores, they are merely relieved that they aren’t freshmen. By the time junior year hits, students have a difficult...

Some students may wonder if America is politically polarized.

America is too politically polarized

Krista Karel , Copy Editor February 27, 2023

In past years, keeping politics out of the way of relationships with others was an easy task. Recently, however, the gap between democrats and republicans has spread too wide, and some think it will end...

i-Ready tests can take up to one to three hours to fully complete.

Are i-Ready tests worth the time?

Kara Skiles, Photographer February 1, 2023

Since 2021, a new version of tests known as i-Ready tests have been given to freshman, sophomores and juniors. Those who were sophomores last year were told to take these tests, and it was the only time...

Lottery tickets are sold at almost every gas station and family market.

Is the lottery rigged?

Kamden Hurren, Reporter February 1, 2023

The lottery is the ultimate “fool’s gold” because people always feel like they can win but they can never win by scratching tickets to become a hopeful billionare.  A major scandal recently rocked...

Students have differing opinions on the benefit of the added class period.

Advisory did not work

Aren Monk, Photographer February 1, 2023

Advisory at Eagle High is not working. The kids that go to advisory and do what they are told either work on late work or just sit in the class for 20 minutes.   Most students don’t like advisory....

Reading can give everyone the ability to interpret the world around them.

Reading: the foundation of a well-rounded person

Leah Barnes, Copy Editor February 1, 2023

There are many ways to escape the real world – television, movies, video games, social media – but none is more lasting and universal than reading. Humans have been reading and writing for over 5,000...

Even if it’s not in a romantic way, people can still celebrate and have fun on Valentine’s Day.

Valentine’s Day is more than just romance

Valerie Chaves, Photographer February 1, 2023

Many wonder whether Valentine’s Day is genuinely necessary. Is it really overvalued? People either love it or hate it, and there are often different ways to celebrate the holiday.  Valentine’s...

 Snow days should happen more often since many students don’t know or feel safe driving after it has snowed.

Students should get more snow days

Aren Monk, Reporter January 10, 2023

School districts around the U.S. have been very stubborn with their snow day decisions. There are many people who would argue that when it snows, that does not make it harder to drive to school, but others...

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