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The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye


Seniors in high school contemplate the positives and negatives of going to college.

Rising Prices, Rising Questions: Is College Worth it?

Many students are faced with a dilemma after high school, wondering whether the astronomical price is worth the experience.. The tuition costs of a local New Jersey college, Rutgers University, is $16,263 tuition and fees—without...

Many people at EHS decide between their given names and Americanized names.

What’s in a Name? Should you Change Your Name?

DOHA AFIFI '24, Staff Writer May 1, 2023

Shakespeare’s Juliet claims, “What is in a name? That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet.” Her assertion is that a name does not change a person; however, names hold meanings that are not inconsequential....

The change from AB to semester based electives and languages.

Shifting Schedules

In August of 2022, middle school students were astonished to see their schedule change after many years of having the traditional “A/B Day” schedule. Previously, middle schools had an A/B Day schedule, in which students’...

There are so many women at EHS who deserve to be appreciated.

Honoring Women at EHS

ZEYNEP KACAN ‘26 and ARIELIS CANELA ‘23 April 10, 2023

Generally, when most people think of heroic women, they think of well-known figures such as Malala Yousafzai, Rosa Parks, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton. But why don’t we think of the heroic women who inspire us...

As the world continues to technologically advance, it may become difficult to tell whether or not someones work is theirs.

The End of English?

SOUMITA BANERJEE ‘25, Staff Writer March 26, 2023

As the world advances with new technologies, the impact of a digitized education has been called into question. ChatGPT and GPTZero are two of the premier technologies in today's digitized education. According to OpenAI (creators...

Seniors leave their papers behind as they ride off into the next phase of their lives.

Senioritis: Making Memories or Breaking Futures?

ADITYA RAO '26 and ABHIRAM JONNALAGADDA '26 March 24, 2023

As college acceptance letters have begun rolling in for the class of 2023, a wave of senioritis is sweeping across high schools. Senioritis, or a lack of motivation in seniors often characterized by minimal attention and missing...

AP African American Studies: Is EHS Answering The Long-Awaited Call To Action?

AP African American Studies: Is EHS Answering The Long-Awaited Call To Action?

ISHANI BAKSHI '26 and ISHAAN KUNWAR '26 March 22, 2023

At EHS, Ms. Karen Kirkpatrick teaches both an Introduction to African American and Diversity studies class. It seems as if a ball has begun rolling, and the College Board is sitting at the end of the hill with their brand new...

Many students have expressed their disapproval for an AP Precalculus course at EHS.

AP PRECALCULUS: A Precursor or Poison for Pupils?

ISHANI BAKSHI ‘26, Staff Writer March 20, 2023

Joining the thirty eight other Advanced Placement classes, the College Board plans on introducing an AP Precalculus class in the coming year. The course, meant for anyone who has taken both Geometry and Algebra 2 or Integrated...

The SATs are going digital.

Digital Dilemma Solved: SATs Roll Out Online Version

SHRIADITI KANCHERLA '26 March 10, 2023

EHS, open up your computers, because the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is going digital. In the United States, the digital SAT will be rolled out in 2024, while international students will take the digital version in March...

The Toy Story-themed hallway decorations, completed by the Class of 2023

Deck the Halls

CHETANA BIDESI '24 January 30, 2023

An activity to get our seasonal festivities started is the one and only Hallway Decorating Presented by the Student Council, this activity expresses students' creativity and creates memories.  As mentioned, Hallway Decorating...

New Year, New Me, and a New School

TAMSEEL MOMIN '26 January 30, 2023

After over a year of construction and working around a changing schedule, the students of EHS will finally get to see the lights dim for winter concerts and fully experience plays and other assemblies. Continual change has remained...

A Resolute Start to the New Year

A Resolute Start to the New Year

SARA NASRULLA '25 and KATELYN HAHN '26 January 30, 2023

As the New Year just kicked off, people across the globe continue to make resolutions in the tradition of New Year’s. Students and staff at EHS were interviewed to see what their resolutions for the upcoming year are.  New...

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