The Eyrie

Newspaper launches improved website

Kali Ray, Reporter

February 18, 2015

Many students haven’t yet seen the URL but they should check it out. This URL will take students to the Eyrie’s website, that was just re-introduced this year. The website has the same sections as the...

‘A Night in the Clouds’ expectations are sky high

Jordan Lewis, Reporter

February 18, 2015

Throughout February, evidence of lovey-dovey couples and events is prominent on social media and in school. This is especially true in the instance of the Women Pay All dance, which will take place on Feb. 21. WPA is the dance...

Recent PCA lecture opens students’ minds about diversity

Emma Collins, Reporter

February 18, 2015

The PCA lecture about diversity that happened Thursday, Jan. 22, had a big impact on the students here, at least according to their comments on the evaluations it did. They listened to a presentation by Barb McAtle, who is...

Snap shots: the news in brief

January 29, 2015

Debate state Taylor Thompson, junior, and Justin Rounbehler, sophomore, placed second with a 6-3 record at novice state on Jan. 9-10. Five novices placed in the top 25 speaker placements at state: third place went to Dakot...

A.L.I.C.E. system replaces Code Red

Christian Cortes, Reporter

January 22, 2015

Due to the increasing number of school shootings in the last decade, schools across the nation have been looking for ways to increase the security of students and teachers while at school, and that’s where A.L.I.C.E. comes in. Students...

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