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Updated Tobacco Purchasing Policies

Photo via Creative Commons

Karen Larionova

January 29, 2018

Eden Prairie’s tobacco sale age is 18, but some neighboring cities have changed their laws so that people cannot buy tobacco products until they are 21. Last year, Plymouth, Bloomington, St. Louis Park and Edina all changed their tobacco sale age laws. According to Mayor Nancy Tyra-Lukens, the Ed...

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...

Euro Trials Schedule

Euro Trials Schedule

Oliver Taylor

January 8, 2018

The EPHS Euro Trials take place on Tuesday. Here's the schedule for a day full of fun:   Trail Schedule 8:00 - 9:40 : Social Hour Debates in Activities Atrium, Defendants Introductions, Red Carpert Introductions 9:45 - 10:15: The Trial of Louis XVI 10:20 - 10:50: The Trial of Robespierre 11:00...

“Never grow up” is the theme for the music insights performance

Lucas Pham, writer

December 15, 2017

The Music Insights class is giving a performance at 1:30 on Tuesday, Dec. 19th and Wednesday, Dec. 20th in the auditorium. This is the 17th biennial Music Insights performance. The theme for this year’s performance is “Never Grow Up.” Music Insight students will perform popular hits from the...

Drop off a toy for “Toys for Tots”

Drop off a toy for

Nicole Ruppert, writer and photographer

December 12, 2017

This December 4-14th, Student Council is collecting gently used toy donations for the non-profit Toys for Tots. New, unwrapped toys can be donated in a donation bin by the North entrance, and each toy will be given to children who can’t afford new Christmas toys. Making a small donation can help...

Be part of the prom committee

Be part of the prom committee

Greta Ness, writer

December 6, 2017

Interested in being a part of the 2017-2018 Prom committee? Applications can be picked up in Mrs. Nelson’s classroom, room 107. In order to be considered for the committee, applications are to be filled out and returned to room 107 by Tuesday, December 12th. With any questions, email Ms. Jackson...

Here is the club photos schedule

Here is the club photos schedule

Kira Parrington, writer

December 4, 2017

Club photo day is tomorrow Tuesday, December 4. Photos will be taken for the yearbook in the auditorium starting during zero hour tomorrow morning. Photos will continue throughout the day for all school-sanctioned clubs. The schedule is posted throughout the school and can be found online on the daily bulletin. Make sure t...

A new coffee shop is open

A new coffee shop is open

Isabelle Felton, writer

December 1, 2017

Blue Cat Jazz Coffee Café is a coffee shop run by the school's special education program. Enjoy some coffee or hot chocolate with friends at this fun & festive café, open Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays during December. It opens December 1, and runs from 8:30-10:30 a.m. Enjoy a warm, and delicious...

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