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Eagle of the Week: Zharia Hobbs

Eagle of the Week: Zharia Hobbs

Maneeya Leung May 6, 2021

Junior Zharia Hobbs’s PSA to adults: She is not too young to protest injustice. “I hate when people say ‘you’re too young,’” Hobbs says. “Because it’s like, you older people aren’t...

Activity Spotlight: Young Filmmakers Club

May 4, 2021

Get a look into EPHS's Young Filmmakers Club: a club for students interested in music, critiquing, producing and all other aspects of film.

Eagle of the Week: Alena Harrison

April 29, 2021

Eagle of the Week Alena Harrison shares about her life training to become a professional dancer in Kansas City.

Thuy-Yen Tran Shares Her Talents in Music and Tie-Dye

Thuy-Yen Tran Shares Her Talents in Music and Tie-Dye

Margaret Holmes April 20, 2021

Most EPHS students have been busy with various activities this year, but it’s safe to say that senior Thuy-Yen Tran has been up to quite a lot lately with both her singing Instagram account and Etsy...

Murthy's stream manager for streaming and running advertisements.

Sahana Murthy Chases Her Goals and Gets Affiliated on Twitch

Amirah Razman March 17, 2021

Before she joined the popular streaming service Twitch, freshman Sahana Murthy originally aspired to become a YouTuber. The idea of streaming came to her during quarantine, and she started a YouTube channel...

Sophomore Teressa Nrumah's poem

Inspired by Rosa Parks – Q&A with Teressa Nkrumah

February 25, 2021

What do you like about poetry? I write poetry about once a week. I like creating something, making something on my own. Something I can be proud of. I feel like I can express myself better than in other...

Winning artwork by senior Eileen Kim

“Silence Is Violence”–Q&A with Eileen Kim

February 24, 2021

Eileen Kim, whose digital art piece won the third week of BSU’s Black History Month art contest, shares more about the digital piece. How would you describe your style of art? I would go with semi-realism-slash-expressionism....

Winning artwork submission of Friday, February 5th submitted by sophomore Lily Cooper

Creating a Portrait With Only a Pen- Q&A with Lily Cooper, Winner of Black History Month Art Contest

Margaret Holmes February 18, 2021

Lily Cooper, a first-week winner of Black Student Union’s Black History Month art contest, shares more about the inspiration and the development of her pen drawing. Responses have been edited for clarity. How...

The first stanza of Hussein's poem. Read the  full poem below.

Rhymes, Amanda Gorman, and Poetry as an Outlet–Q&A with Sumaya Hussein

Maneeya Leung February 18, 2021

Freshman Sumaya Hussein, a first-week winner of Black Student Union’s Black History Month art contest, dives deeper into what her poem means to her. Responses have been edited for clarity. What do...

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