The Eyrie

Teacher talks about life both in and out of school

Emily Gray, Reporter

November 15, 2019

Marci Gibbens, English, has a full day of teaching classes, taking care of her kids, and finding time to relax. Her average weekday is packed full, beginning with her getting up at 5 a.m. to shower and eat breakfast. She also...

Kansas City Haunted Houses

Mandi Marstall, Reporter

November 11, 2019

Downtown Kansas City is home to four professional haunted houses. The Edge of Hell, The Beast, The Chambers of Edgar Allen Poe, and Macabre Cinema. The Edge of Hell has been running for 35+ years and is one of the longest running...

Roth finds passion in connecting to her students

Megan Stoerman, Editor-In-Chief

November 6, 2019

Whenever students look back on their years of required education many teachers often stick out in their heads as people who shaped them into who they are now. One such teacher is Cynthia Roth, English teacher. Roth teaches Advance...

Commended Scholars hard work has paid off

Megan Stoerman, Editor-In-Chief

November 6, 2019

Junior year of high school is notorious for being the busiest year due to the stress of classes, the beginning of college decisions, and standardized tests. Many of these standardized tests are the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude ...

Student talk about job at boba shop

Emily Gray, Reporter

November 1, 2019

Ally Hansen, senior, spends her days working at a boba tea shops, Fat Bee. “I went there often and saw they were hiring so I applied,” Hansen said. Hansen makes drinks and smoothies, cooks boba, brews teas, and helps run...

Netflix Vs. Hulu

Mandi Marstall, Reporter

October 23, 2019

Netflix and Hulu are two of the most popular streaming services. They allow viewers to watch a variety of TV shows, movies, documentaries and more, but they have their differences. Some of their differences begin with prices. ...

Former graduates share thoughts on college

Gagani Liyanawaduge, Reporter-Artist

October 15, 2019

After graduating highschool, former students have experienced a multitude of life events and changes.  Andrea Vandenbark, ‘19, a current freshman at Brigham Young University, is majoring in genetics, genomics, and biote...

Dawn of new fashion age: VSCO girls

Faith Holliday, Business Manager

October 4, 2019

In January of 2019, the term “VSCO girl” was coined by Youtuber Greer Jones. After the popularization of the social media app “Tik-tok” in the summer of 2019, VSCO girls took the world by storm. Girls who attend South ...

Fantastic fall festivities

Fantastic fall festivities

September 25, 2019

Student talk about part time job

Emily Gray, Reporter

September 20, 2019

When junior Ally Radakovich gets asked what she does afterschool and on weekends, the expected answer isn’t working at her father’s animal clinic. Radakovich works at Market Place Animal Hospital as a receptionist. She isn’t...

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