The Eyrie

Summer on a tight schedule?

Madison Bonner, Reporter

May 9, 2018

Filed under Staff editorial

As the school year comes to an end and summer is less than a month away, we have begun to make our summer plans and may have already made most of them. Different people have different plans and priorities during the ...

Arts programs seem to take backseat to sports

Sion Worley, Reporter

April 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Sports versus the arts, a common debate of popularity. While both draw large crowds and cost quite a bit to run each performance, it is quite clear both from how funding appears to be distributed and the way each program runs,...

#BoycottNRA forces companies to pick sides

Kali Ray, Reporter

April 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

After the shooting in Parkland, Fla., people once again took to Twitter to speak out against the National Rifle Association (NRA) using the hashtag #BoycottNRA, and they should continue to do so. The hashtag first appeared...

Kobach appears unprepared and incapable

Lauri Hoedl, Reporter

April 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Kris Kobach, Kansas secretary of state, has spent a great deal of his career trying to stress and expose the problem of voter fraud in Kansas when, in reality, voter fraud in Kansas is not a problem.  Kobach decided to represent himself as his own at...

Project Grad gives last time to party

Madison Bonner, Reporter

April 10, 2018

Filed under Staff editorial

Graduation is right around the corner for seniors and their families, and the Project Grad committee has been preparing for this event the whole year. Jawanda Mast, Project Grad chairman, explained that students will park at...

Distracted drivers can be helped with device

Jordan Withers, Reporter

March 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The issue of distracted driving is and will always be a problem. But there may be a solution with technology. Technology is such a huge part of how many people live that it is almost impossible to get away from. While technology...

Staff provides Prom advice based on last year

March 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Staff editorial

With Prom arriving in just two months, the Eyrie staff is recapping last year. The majority of the staff members who went last year enjoyed themselves. The few who did not like Prom last year expressed their distaste for the...

Schools should work to help struggling teens

Kayla Balcom, Reporter

March 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

A mental health crisis is worsening in schools everywhere, and not enough is being done to stop it. Students are finding themselves struggling with mental illness and thoughts of suicide, wanting help, but not knowing how to...

Students could benefit from math help center

Megan Stoerman, Reporter

March 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Math is a subject that most students either tend to love or hate. The school has a much loved Writing Center run by Marci and Marc Gibbens, English teachers and Writing Center founders. The Writing Center is a place where students...

Logan Paul’s controversy offends audience

Delaney Garrelts, Reporter

March 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

In the past few years, there have been multiple controversies within the YouTube community, and Logan Paul may have created the largest and most horrifying atrocity yet, with no sign of stopping his offensive behavior. Recently,...

Minority groups face prejudice

Delaney Garrelts, Reporter

March 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

It’s easy to think that in todays society, there is no more hatred between races, sexualities, or religious beliefs. The fact is, however, that while it may be hard to spot as someone in the majority, there is still racism,...

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