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Treehuggers investigates our waste

Treehuggers investigates our waste

Emma Swanson, writer and photographer

June 6, 2018

On April 25th Treehuggers Club collected data from their waste sort event. Trash bags were sorted through from the last three lunches that day. Students separated the trash into three different categories: recycling, organics, and trash. The compiled data found that in all the bags, the majority of...

Drumline and Winterguard members reflect on their seasons

Drumline and Winterguard members reflect on their seasons

Kelly Pu

May 4, 2018

In April, the EPHS Drumline traveled to Dayton, Ohio to compete in the WGI Percussion Nationals. From April 19 to 22, they competed in the Scholastic World Class with their show “Against the Grain.” Junior Crystal Li’s favorite part of the competition was “getting oranges at the top of the WGI t...

STUDENT SUBMITTED UNPOPULAR OPINIONS

STUDENT SUBMITTED UNPOPULAR OPINIONS

Kelly Pu

April 11, 2018

Do you hate Nutella or love Nickelback? The Eyrie is looking for 1 to 3 sentence unpopular opinions for its final issue of the year in May. For inspiration, check out page 14-15 of our last issue (https://issuu.com/theeyrie/docs/eyrie_issue_4_2018). DM us your opinion on Twitter (@the_eyrie), or email...

Literary and Eyrie Magazine Submissions

Literary and Eyrie Magazine Submissions

Kelly Pu

March 1, 2018

Are you a creative writer, photographer, or artist? Do you have a strong opinion on gun control? The Eyrie has two upcoming opportunities for students to be published. The annual EPHS Literary Magazine, organized and laid out by Eyrie staff, is looking for submissions of poetry, short stories, artw...

Selgaes Dance Info

PS: You can purchase Singing Valentines Order Forms for $5 until Friday!

Winifred Halm De-Souza

February 6, 2018

The annual Selgaes Dance is Saturday, Feb.10, from 8:30-11 p.m. Tickets will be sold during lunch on  Friday in the South Commons. Tickets are $7 each in advance and $10 at the door. Student are expected to have their School ID in order to attend the dance. EPHS students are allowed to bring guest...

Students present heartwarming comedy: winter play preview

Students present heartwarming comedy: winter play preview

Kelly Pu

January 31, 2018

It may be cold outside, but “Harvey,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Mary Chase, is a heartwarming comedy about Elwood and his best friend Harvey, an invisible rabbit. Embarrassed by Elwood and Harvey, Veta, his sister, decides to send Elwood to a sanitarium. However, instead of Elwood, Veta is comm...

Newspaper and Yearbook Applications

Newspaper and Yearbook Applications

Winifred Halm De-Souza

January 31, 2018

Do you  love taking pictures? Do you love writing stories? If so, joining the Eyrie or the yearbook is for you! Yearbook is a year long class, and it meets first hour. However, seniors are only required to take the class the first three quarters. The class gives staffers the opportunity to work...

Eagles struggle to soar: boys hockey recap

Photos by Drew Smith from Wayzata High School’s “Trojan Tribune”

Kelly Pu

January 25, 2018

Last Saturday, January 20, the boys hockey team played the Wayzata Trojans. The Eagles lost 4-7 after the Trojans scored six goals in the second period. "We're kind of struggling in our games right now, but we're starting to figure out what really works just in time for playoffs," said senior Ryan Les...

Tonight’s Student Performance

Tonight's Student Performance

Lauren Murphy, writer

January 25, 2018

While most plays are filled with many different scenes, the curtain falling and rising between each, the One Act play has actors acting out a story every moment with no breaks. This year’s play is “Carrie’s Lions” by Amy Sutton. It follows the life of a girl named Carrie from childhood to a...

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