The Eaglequill

Is Fast Media Ruining Innovation?

Jeremy Garza, Reporter

May 13, 2019

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The objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgment is the definition of critical thinking and Americans do not critically think anymore. In other words, Americans cannot think for themselves and make t...

Staff Taking Students Spots

Jeremy Garza, Reporter

May 13, 2019

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Driving to Eaglecrest high school is a mess. My brother and I drive to the back parking every morning. It is a ten-minute process. When we finally reach the parking lot it is very difficult to find a parking spot. I blame the sta...

Endgame for Exit Assembly

Leo Nibbe, Reporter

May 13, 2019

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  In the past, Eaglecrest has traditionally done a senior exit assembly at the end of every year. Under-classpeople see this as a mini-transition as they move from one grade up to the next. For seniors, this assembly is a...

Disney’s Live Action Lacks Magic

Nick Conner, Reporter

May 13, 2019

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The year is 2019 and entertainment has never been stretched thinner. Can any of us truly remember the last time an original idea spawned a film in Hollywood? It seems every movie ticket I buy is a sequel, prequel, or remake in...

College Prep Brings Stress in School

Nick Conner, Reporter

April 15, 2019

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College. An integral piece of American society has been stirring up conversation for quite some time. Names like Stanford, Harvard, and Yale have historically been identified by fame and prestige, and recently were entrapped in ...

Celebrities Shock In College Admissions Scandals

Jaden Brumage, Reporter

April 15, 2019

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On March 12, 2019 United States federal prosecutors revealed that a group of 50 wealthy parents bribed top research universities and colleges in order to ensure that their children were admitted. These individuals were accused ...

Denver Hit by Bomb Cyclone

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

April 15, 2019

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Image Courtesy of Oliver Godfrey Just before EHS spring break kicked-off, a huge snowstorm went right through Colorado. The storm carried snow, but it was high winds that made the storm dreadful. The National Weather Service declared th...

Is our Free Speech Threatened?

Mackenzie Prendergast, Reporter

April 15, 2019

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Free speech is a fundamental right in America. In fact it’s the first right listed on the Bill of Rights. As long as what someone is saying isn’t libelous, slanderous, or puts someone in danger, people can technically say what...

AP/Honors Performing Arts Credits

March 25, 2019

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There is a fundamental difference in how we treat academics and audition/application based classes that creates a sense of insignificance placed on the latter classes. For many classes and departments, there are multiple chances to a...

This Month In Music

Tyler Hardin, Reporter

March 25, 2019

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Ariana Grande- 7 Rings Ariana’s newest song 7 Rings instantly became a hit when it was released January 18th but was also met with criticism quickly after many people claimed that it was plagiarized from artists like Soulja Boy...

Bird Box, Netflix Original Causes Controversy

Tersa Bitew, Reporter

February 8, 2019

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The hit phenomenon Bird Box, still available on Netflix, has caused much controversy on regarding the plot and idea of being blindfolded. Since airing on December 13, 2018 it has been widely discussed on all social medias and platfo...

Keeping the Tradition of Mr.EHS

February 8, 2019

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Mr. EHS is a widely known event throughout EHS as the perfect time to watch the boys of our community show off their skills and have a good laugh. The event is meant to make fun of beauty pageants by featuring boys instead of gi...

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