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Adapting to a New Way of Learning

Adapting to a New Way of Learning

Mayia Melchert

October 12, 2020

Learning online is a new and unique way of learning for many students and staff. Since Eden Prairie High School has never had to limit the number of students in the school this drastically, online learning is the new way for students to still safely get the education they need during the Covid-19 pandem...

Taking Care of Yourself During a Time of Change

Taking Care of Yourself During a Time of Change

Amirah Razman

September 28, 2020

We’ve all been there: continually stressing over everything, feeling sad, overwhelmed, powerless - you name it. This year especially has been a mental test, as the mandated quarantine caused widespread emotional distress. High schoolers definitely have it harder than working-class adults. As quaran...

Organization Tips for Distance Learning

Organization Tips for Distance Learning

Margaret Holmes

September 28, 2020

This new school year will be different than any we’ve had before. Learning from home half, or all of the time can be stressful and hard to manage at first. Here are some tips to help you adjust to this learning model. Tip #1: Keep a work space specifically for school.  Try to keep your distanc...

Claire Willett: “Women’s rights are human rights, plain and simple”

Willett (left) with Ellen Kennedy (right) walking to the child marriage press conference. Kennedy is Willett’s mentor at World Without Genocide and introduced her to working on the bill.

Maneeya Leung, Staff Writer

April 11, 2020

     Thinking about the continually occurring violations of human rights worldwide might bring hopelessness to some, but for senior Claire Willett, inspires her to make change.       Like many people, she used to see herself as just one person incapable of solving issues.This all changed after ...

SIX the Musical Preview

SIX the Musical Preview

Katherine Kregness, Website Editor

December 2, 2019

“Waitress” the musical brought us the first all female creative team on a musical, but all female casts remain very rare. For this reason, Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow created the show “SIX,” which is currently playing at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts in St. Paul on its way to Broad...

Anna Tossa: Not just a twin

Anna Tossa: Not just a twin

Katherine Sun, Copy Editor

November 15, 2019

The dough slowly blankets the countertop as her mother guides her in rolling it. Warm with the sweet smell of apples and cinnamon, the kitchen bursts with the flavors of her culture. She’s making Pierogi, her favorite Russian dish, with her mother, and the moment encapsulates the core of her identity.  ...

New year, new me

New year, new me

Inika Shetty, writer

January 22, 2018

As the new year begins, many people have made resolutions they hope to explore for the rest of the year. As I walked around EPHS, I asked students from around the school if the partook in making resolutions and what they were. Surprisingly, many people said that they did not make them because they knew...

Lights, Camera, Andrew

Lights, Camera, Andrew

Kelly Pu

November 3, 2017

As Pink Floyd’s “Nobody Home” plays in the background, a lone man travels across the nation surveying piles of wreckage. What is he doing? Why is he alone? Thus begins Obliterate, the film that won the Golden Waffle Iron Film Festival, EPHS’s annual film festival, Best Picture award last ye...

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