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Student walkout

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March 9, 2018

MDHR commissioner comes to CORE

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Emma Swanson, writer and photographer

March 6, 2018

“We as a state are becoming more diverse racially and ethnically,” said the commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Human Rights, Kevin Lindsey. Last week during CORE, the Young Democrats club invited Lindsey to come speak to students about his department and what they do to protect groups...

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...

EP Students Display Talents at Super Bowl

EP Students Display Talents at Super Bowl

Lucas Pham

February 9, 2018

Justin Timberlake and Idina Menzel don’t run the entire show.  Hundreds of people performed in the Super Bowl and the days leading up to it.  Students from Eden Prairie High School were among those performers. For one, the Eden Prairie Dance Team played a supporting role in Justin Timberlake...

Iran Protests

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Adam Chao

February 6, 2018

Iran is no stranger to turmoil. Ever since its conception, conflict has been a fact of life. Namely, the 1979 revolution widened the divide between the citizens and the government. To make things worse, the citizens’ dissatisfaction with foreign intervention also grew. This resulted in the dethroning...

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...

Rising Vandalism at EPHS

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Emma Swanson

January 29, 2018

A few weeks ago, Principal Conn McCartan came on the speaker to talk about the rise in vandalism, especially after school. McCartan went on to restate the after school policy for anyone who stays late. McCartan said that his announcement was not referring to a specific incident that had occurred but the gen...

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