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Preview: Thieves’ Carnival

Preview: Thieves' Carnival

Sydney Lewis, Editor

April 19, 2019

For Rolf Olson’s final show, he chose “Thieves’ Carnival,” the first show he ever directed at EPHS. When Olson first directed this show in 1982, they performed in the Auditorium, the only performing arts venue at the time. There was no technical director at the time, so Olson directed both ca...

How far does “uncomfortable learning” go?

The ISJ class poses with activist Aalayah Eastmond.

Karen Larionova, editor

January 8, 2019

Social studies teacher Brian Sibley said that his goal for Intro To Social Justice (ISJ) is for students “to see and recognize systematic injustice no matter where it is.” The first official class of ISJ finished after first term, and a new way to learn came up in class: uncomfortable learning. ISJ...

Best of 2017-2018

Students return back to school after the 2018 walkout.

November 15, 2018

The increasing popularity of oddly satisfying videos

The increasing popularity of oddly satisfying videos

Baylee Brabender, staff writer

November 4, 2018

In the last year or so, oddly satisfying videos have been spreading all over Youtube, Instagram and Snapchat. These soothing videos display many different satisfying yet odd acts people do on social media that attract many viewers. These satisfying videos can also be considered a part of ASMR. These videos...

Olson’s final masterpiece

Olson's final masterpiece

Syndey Lewis, staff writer, photographer

November 3, 2018

Rolf Olson pours his coffee silently and dramatically while the cast watches on. They sit, waiting for him to start talking. Everyone listens to every word he says, even when his dialogue diverts to a topic unrelated to theatre. For 38 years, Rolf Olson has been teaching English, leading Eagle Vision...

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...

Late blizzards take a toll on spring sports

This picture was also taken outside. It was really cold.

Lucas Pham

April 23, 2018

In the past week, unusually late and severe snowstorms plowed through Eden Prairie and the surrounding Twin Cities, dumping around a foot of snow.  While much of the snow has already melted, many EPHS’ spring sports teams are still feel the storms’ long-term effects. Multiple Eden Prairie sports teams have all ...



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...

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