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Former teacher returns as new associate principal

Former teacher returns as new associate principal

Max Chao, Editor-in-Chief, News Editor

September 29, 2015

  With over 3,000 students and dozens of staff within its walls, it’s hard to keep track of all of the faces in EPHS, even when new ones come in to help run the school. Over the summer, Molly Hollenbeck started her new job as one of the two associate principals . “Being in the principal adm...

Students Fundraise for Sydney Galleger

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Emilee Jacobson, Opinion Assistant Editor

September 29, 2015

  This past summer, EPHS student Sydney Galleger passed away due to complications during a wisdom teeth extraction. Galleger would have been a senior this year. The loss of Sydney has also brought the community together beyond ways imaginable. Senior Kate Zucker, a good friend of Sydney...

Diversity Fair Cancelled

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Yasmin Chavez

May 4, 2015

This year, the diversity fair was to have taken place in the main gym on April 17th. The event, hosted and planned by the diversity club, allows students to teach their peers about different cultures. It was inevitably cancelled due to people not signing up to participate. This was upsetting...

Taste of EP

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Samantha Schnirring

March 2, 2015

Most people have seen advertisements for Taste of Eden Prairie set up around the city, but fewer people know what it is. “It’s a big fundraiser for the Foundation for Eden Prairie Schools, which gives grants to the whole school district and does scholarships,” said Claire Zurn, a National Honor...

#50DollarsNot50Shades

#50DollarsNot50Shades

Sheridan Swee

February 6, 2015

“50 Shades of Grey” is now coming to the big screen in time for Valentine’s Day, but many people are not enthusiastic. The steamy novels by E.L. James have become worldwide and notorious for their explicit material, but many people are pre-emptively boycotting the film adaptation. Critics claim...

A Simplified State of the Union Address

A Simplified State of the Union Address

Sheridan Swee

January 21, 2015

Last night, President Obama gave his annual State of the Union Address from the House Chamber to millions of Americans. For those who missed the hour-long speech, here’s a quick summary of key points brought up by our president: -America’s economy is improving. -Minimum wage should be increased. -Childcare...

Cheers and Tears: Winter Pep Fest

Cheers and Tears: Winter Pep Fest

Trevor Stansberry

December 5, 2014

School Rallies Around Daggs Family

Slim victory to the seniors!

Max Chao

December 1, 2014

Whenever a person or a family is in need, students rally to help them. That is the way it has been at EPHS, and that is the way the school and community have continued to be in light of the tragedy that struck the Daggs family earlier this year. Last summer, sophomore Adam Daggs was hit by a car while...

Worlds Largest High School Ugly Christmas Sweater Party

Worlds Largest High School Ugly Christmas Sweater Party

Gillian Holte

November 5, 2014

Christmas is just around and the corner and it is never too early to start thinking about your ugly sweater options. On December 5th from 7:00pm-12:30am St. Andrew Lutheran Church is giving you a chance to see all kinds of festive Ugly Sweaters at their Worlds Largest High School Ugly Christmas Sweater...

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