The Eagle Flyer

Staff Ed: The beginning of the end

Jessie Brooks, Editor-in-Chief/Opinions Editor

May 19, 2014

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As the year ends, this year’s Eagle Flyer staff also comes to a close. This end to a year-long story also represents the beginning of a new year-long journey for next year’s paper and team. Though the topics of our staff editorials...

Who is the Lord of the Beans? Peet’s Coffee

Hannah Furnberg, Features Editor

May 19, 2014

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Whoever said a dog is man’s best friend was seriously mistaken...man’s true best friend is coffee. Whoever invented the wonderful concept of coffee was a genius. What would today’s world do without it? When work is stressful,...

I scream, you scream when we have too much caffeine! Starbucks crushes Peet’s in the coffee industry

Will Furnberg, Senior Staff Reporter

May 14, 2014

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It’s 1:00 a.m., you are only halfway to San Francisco and are slowly losing grip on the world as you begin to fall asleep. You need caffeine, and you need it NOW. After getting off an exit, two coffee shops lie in wait with...

Big dog on campus: Enjoy your last year in high school

Alyssa Wilson, Sports Editor

May 8, 2014

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It is easy to get fed up with high school. Students can get caught up in the stresses and tiredness of high school and become eager to get out. They just want to move on with their lives, but it’s worth it to stay just one more...

Getting the jump on life

Samantha Fokos, Staff Reporter

May 7, 2014

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When starting high school as a freshman, students may not take into account the impact of their actions in the four years ahead of them. Every little thing can count, from grades to behavior to extracurriculars. Though for some...

Judge not: Finding your true vision

Rita Baljian, Staff Reporter

May 1, 2014

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Judgment. Everybody judges others, and everybody has been judged at some point in time. It’s an inevitable part of our being, as the act of judging something is often done innately and subconsciously. The reason for this is...

Staff Ed

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

April 29, 2014

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Balancing good grades, homework, sports, home life, college decisions, studying, SAT tests, ACT tests, social life, pop culture standards, family expectations, and so much more, teenagers these days are feeling the stress. While...

Does your phone own you?

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

April 29, 2014

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It’s the year 2014. It’s the future, and everyone has a pretty little computer in their hands. Literally, in their hands. All the time. Seriously, if you’re around other people right now, look around and count the number...

7 Books to read now!

7 Books to read now!

April 28, 2014

Lent is not just for Catholics: Seek Jesus by making sacrifices

Alyssa Wilson, Sports Editor

March 31, 2014

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Easter is just around the corner, so it is as good a time as any to focus on our Savior who, over two-thousand years ago, scorned the shame of the cross and gave his life for the sake of his people, only to raise from the dea...

Epic Sherlock showdown

Epic Sherlock showdown

March 27, 2014

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