The Eagle Flyer

Staff Ed: Should students have jobs in high school?

Kendall Hicks, Editor-in-Chief / Opinions Editor

December 9, 2014

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In the working world demands are higher, work ethic is tested, and responsibility is kicked into high gear. In this economy, jobs are a pain to find, and young people have to settle for jobs that pay minimum wage. The working...

Why Dating Senior Year is a Bad Idea

Sara Lesher, Staff Reporter

October 21, 2014

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Although dating in high school is often seen as fun and carefree, starting a relationship senior year can lead to deadly effects. Senior year is a crucial time in any student’s life. The pressure is higher than ever to study...

Staff Ed: Pressures of college

Sarah Sanders, Editor-in-Chief / News Editor

October 20, 2014

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One of the most feared words to a senior in high school is “college.” The word is so ominous, vague, and unfamiliar to them, yet, it is inevitably their future. Looking at the present generation of seniors today, it is accurate...

There’s more than one way to skin a cat

Will Furnberg, Features/Backpage Editor

October 20, 2014

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Everyone wants to come up with a unique way to ask his or her special someone to the next school event. Whether it’s prom, homecoming, or skaties, creativity is key and the bar is set high. The debate is: which way is the best...

Should you stay home if you are sick?

Kendall Hicks, Editor-in-Chief / Opinions Editor

October 16, 2014

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Everyone has experienced the horrible feeling of coming down with a cold. The night-before’s soreness and achiness, the midnight headaches, and the early morning, sore throat-swallow that determines the severity of your illness....

TAKE TEN: Appreciate the school you have

Will Furnberg, Features Editor

September 19, 2014

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School. It’s a word everyone dreads from the first grade through college. It’s a time where, it seems, freedom is lost and young men and women are subjugated under the rules and regulations of their school. Confined to the...

Staff Ed: Submitting to authority

Kendall Hicks, Editor-in-Chief / Opinions Editor

September 19, 2014

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It’s funny how rules are the very things that cause us to stumble, when in actuality, they are put in place for our own safety. Because of human nature, something in us has the desire to break rules if we do not think they are...

Take Ten Minutes of Your Day to Learn About Jesus

Sarah Sanders, News Editor

May 22, 2014

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The average human brain is about 2.7 pounds. It's about the size of two fists put together, and it is approximately two percent of our body weight. Having said that, how are we as human beings supposed to understand an all-powerful,...

AP Pros and Cons

Rita Baljian, Staff Reporter

May 22, 2014

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Are you considering taking an AP class next year but are struggling to make the decision on whether or not to take the courses? To be able to consider all the variables included in an AP class, here's something that should make...

Advice from seniors

Rachael Balcom, Editor-in-Chief/ Back Page Editor

May 20, 2014

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There are so many things a senior has yet to learn after they graduate, even so, there are also a handful of things they have picked up during their four years of high school. So, on behalf of the graduating class of 2014, here a...

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