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Islamophobia Persists

Islamophobia Persists

Tala Alfoqaha, A&E Assistant Editor

February 23, 2016

Islamophobia on the rise: It’s a phrase that’s been circulating through the media, yet what exactly does it entail for the average Muslim? According to senior Saad Abdulkadir, Islamophobia is what happens when people group the overwhelming majority of law-abiding and peaceful Muslims such as h...

Making Miracles

Making Miracles

Emilee Jacobson, Opinion Assistant Editor

February 23, 2016

In the summer of 2011, a group of Eden Prairie baseball players who were then eleven years old watched their first Miracle League game in Lakeville. The boys were so touched by what they say that they wanted to make an accessible ball field for disabled players in Eden Prairie. “I like being able...

Back to Black

Back to Black

Tala Alfoqaha

December 16, 2015

Protest and solidarity come in all different forms of varying degrees of intensity, yet history has shown that some of the most profound statements can be made through the simplest of means. In 1965, five students wore black armbands to school in protest of the Vietnam War. What ensued was a four year...

New Construction Arrives in Eden Prairie

New Construction Arrives in Eden Prairie

Zenab Kashif

October 12, 2015

  Summers in Minnesota are a very exciting time of the year. However, along with sunny days at the beach and nights out with friends, summer time in the Twin Cities also include traffic cones, detours and road closures. Construction fills the streets and is the cause of many late arrivals at...

New Class About Assassination Fascinates Students

New Class About Assassination Fascinates Students

Rachel Johnson, Opinion Designer, Cartoonist

September 30, 2015

As the school year kicks into gear, a unique course offering has its debut in the social studies department. Assassination Fascination brings a new perspective to history and goes in depth into some of the most disputed murders of all time. Many people have heard of the conspiracies about the assa...

Fly into the Perch

Fly into the Perch

Sara Michael, News Assistant Editor

September 30, 2015

If you were familiar with the old business center, you may have noticed that there is something different about it this year. It has been transformed into a bank dubbed "The Perch" which is being run by Royal Credit Union employee, Olivia McCarthy, she was sent from the company to work as the school f...

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...

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...

Scottish Referendum

Anthony Rosa

September 17, 2014

On Thursday, September 18th Scotland will vote on whether to leave the United Kingdom and become a sovereign entity. If the majority of Scotland’s populace votes yes, it will end a 307-year alliance with the UK. The primary cause of the referendum is undoubtedly the political cleavages that Scotland h...

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