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Harlequin Carries the Word

Jeremy Garza, Reporter

May 13, 2019

Filed under A & E, Features

The Eaglecrest Harlequin Players performed the intense play Who Will Carry the Word?, written by Holocaust survivor Charlotte Delbo in April 2019. The show follows the stories of women fighting to survive the Holocaust in a German c...

Nest Full of Nationalities

Leo Nibbe, Reporter

May 13, 2019

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The student community here at Eaglecrest is not only diverse in regards to academics, but it also rich in the variety of cultures represented in our student body from around the world. The culture night that was held here at EHS...

Oscars Highs and Lows

Tyler Hardin, Reporter

March 25, 2019

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The hostless 91st Academy Awards were filled with highs and lows in every aspect. The past controversy is that the Oscars are whitewashed, garnering the hashtag #OscarsSoWhite,  with overall bland winners, this cannot be said o...

Bumblebee: New Transformers Movie

Bumblebee: New Transformers Movie

Kaitlyn Weifenbach, Reporter

February 14, 2019

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Eaglecrest Comes Together for Music Video Project

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

February 14, 2019

Filed under A & E, Features, News

In December, many clubs and activities came together in the East Gym for a great moment of cheer and excitement, representing our school with pure spirit as a project began.This project is a music video, based off of the Univ...

Choose Your Own Movie

Tyler Hardin, Reporter

February 8, 2019

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The newest addition to the Netflix series Black Mirror comes Black Mirror-- Bandersnatch. The choose your own adventure movie made by Netflix aired on December 27th and quickly took social media by storm. This series of shows ...

Becoming Book Review

Leo Nibbe, Reporter

February 8, 2019

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Michelle Obama, who was First Lady during both of her husband’s presidential terms, has written a thoughtful and reflective autobiography/memoir, Becoming. Her work stems from parts of her childhood through her time at the White House, and how ...

Fall Harlequin: The Merchant of Venice

Aliya Getchell, Repro

January 10, 2019

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The annual ILC Thanksgiving lunch was provided for all of the ILC children and staff members of Eaglecrest on November 16th as a true reminder of what the holiday is all about. On this day, ILC staff members cooked delicious ...

Fans Love The Hate U Give

Tinsae Tadele, Editor-in-chief

October 23, 2018

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The novel The Hate U Give, by Angie Thomas is an award winning young adult book that encompasses the struggle within the black community, police brutality, and the difficulty of being a black teen in a white space. The pro...

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