The Eyrie

GSA and SASH spread message

Maddie Kindig, Reporter

October 26, 2016

Filed under Staff editorial

Whether it’s passing out lollipops with inspiring messages attached, hanging up posters, or creating a Spirit Week., Gay Straight Alliance and Students Achieving Social Harmony have made a definite impression on the student...

Protesting increases in effort to stop pipeline

Sion Worley, Reporter

September 29, 2016

Filed under Opinion

In April, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe began protesting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAP), an oil line going from North Dakota’s oil fields to an existing line in Datoka, Ill. The protest has been recognized...

ACT presentations prove more useful this year

Jamie Pellikaan, Co-Editor

September 29, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The ACT. All students have heard of it, most have been informed about it, and some have taken it. However, is it necessary for the school to repetitively hold presentations regarding the importance of the test? According...

Staff speaks on sexism in society

Jamie Pellikaan, Co-Editor

September 29, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Staff editorial

The 21st century. Though a new century has started, that does not negate the ongoing social struggles for gender equality in this country. However, because it is the beginning of a new century, many believe the issue has ...

Are third party votes viable options?

Lauri Hoedl, Opinion Editor

August 30, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Many voters who are unsatisfied with the current presidential candidates are looking for another option as the election approaches. They are seeking a candidate that truly represents them. The same voters are now turning towards...

Looking ahead: goals for the year

Jamie Pellikaan, Co-Editor

August 30, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Staff editorial

As a new school year begins, we here at The Eyrie hope to accomplish many things before we walk out the doors next May and want you, the readership, to be informed on these goals and included in helping us make them a reality. Social...

Trump creates problems for Republican party

Natalie Roberts, Reporter

May 4, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Republicans, despite Trump’s wins at the primaries, may face trouble getting a nomination this June. Currently, Trump has a horrible rating among women, with a 70 percent negative rating, according to NBC news. His ratings...

Minimum wage concerns may be unfounded

Mitchell Liermann, Reporter

May 4, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Many politicians, especially the Democratic presidential candidates, are currently debating over whether or not states should raise their minimum wages. The numbers vary, some say $12 an hour while others say $15, but the intention...

Republican Party will suffer if platform continues

Sharidan Kraljic, Co-Editor

May 4, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Lately it has seemed like comedy movies are irrelevant. Why? Because there are Republican “debates” to watch and other commentary provided by the candidates. With all the bickering, arguing and outlandish claims, who needs...

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