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Star on the rise 

Star on the rise 

Lauren Kesic, Copy Editor
October 25
Filed under From our print issue

Senior Lauren McNair readies Talon Theatre for one of its best years yet. McNair has dreamed of being President of the Thespian Board since freshman year; now that members of Talon Theatre have elected her, she hopes to bring her goals for Talon Theatre to life. "Ever since my freshman year I have...

A tale of two apps

A tale of two apps

Dessi Gomez and Perla Shaheen
September 17
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, From our print issue, Showcase

The link seems to show up in everyone's Instagram bios. By the tap of a finger, curious followers are sent into a completely separate social medium site. They're transported to a whole new world -- that of VSCO. Formally known as Visual Supply Company, VSCO was founded in 2011, roughly a year after the founding of Instagra...

Life in gray

Life in gray

Lauren Kesic, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under Feature, From our print issue, Showcase

Around the clock happiness may not come so easily to someone who is constantly on the go, marking boxes and folding clothes away. It’s one of the hardest things to experience: going through the dreadful discussion about having to move to a new home, a new state and a new school. Sophomore Grayson...

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Joe Fedden, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under From our print issue, Opinion

Computer science. Programming. Coding. These terms are often heard but misunderstood in today’s tech-centric world. The basic idea of computer science is the ability to tell a computer what to do. You are giving the computer its rules, guidelines and tasks. It’s the language of computers. Writing...

We don’t have a thing

We don’t have a thing

Alexa Hines & Lauren Kesic, Managing Editor & Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under From our print issue, Opinion

We are not girls who committed to Stanford or the lead actresses of the school play. We are just two ordinary students walking in the shadows of everyone else who is prancing in the light because we don’t have a thing. At school we hear about the students who are doing great things with thei...

Not so appropriate

Not so appropriate

Ivanna Rea, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under From our print issue, Opinion

Because we go to a Catholic school, we know what the Eucharist means and how important it actually is. Now imagine people eating the sacred Eucharist on a day-to-day basis like a bag of Doritos, as if it were normal and acceptable.

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Perfectly Pagel

Perfectly Pagel

Alex Barber & Maggie Morris, Print Editor-in-Chief & Copy Editor
May 15
Filed under From our print issue, Opinion, Showcase

Everyone has a story. Throughout our creation of The Eagle Eye, we have attempted to discover and capture the stories of numerous individuals and events. We have spent countless hours asking the tough questions, finding fascinating angles and letting our curiosity consume us. Now that our time to leave the nest has nearly arrived, we have one final untold story to share with ...

Home away from home

Home away from home

Anna Cannon & Avery Lewis, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, From our print issue

After a year full of applications, acceptances and denials, the hectic college decisions have come to an end. Finally, the stressful part is out of the way, and the fun part has started: decorating your dorm. Decorating your dorm room in a fashion that makes you feel at home can greatly affect your...

Soarin’ on cloud (4.)9

Soarin’ on cloud (4.)9

Alexa Hines & Kristine Liao, Managing Editor & Web Editor-in-Chief
May 15
Filed under Feature, From our print issue

The top three have personalities that shine even brighter than their GPAs.

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Katey Long jump

Katey Long jump

Camille Manese, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under From our print issue, Sports

It feels as if a thousand knives are being stabbed into her shins. The pain is killing her. She can barely walk, but she tries her best to do her fourth attempt for long jump. She wants to quit, but has a chance at breaking the record. Flashback to where this all began. While at St. John’s Episcopal...

Taylor has my heart

Taylor has my heart

Sarah Turner, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under From our print issue, Opinion

There are two types of people in the world: those who like Taylor Swift, and those who love Taylor Swift. Ask anybody and they’ll tell you I fit the second category like a glove. Without a doubt, I’m the biggest, craziest, most emotional and passionate Taylor Swift fan. A shrine outlined with Christmas...

Above the bar

Above the bar

Sophie Yeh, Staff Writer
May 15
Filed under From our print issue, Sports

Life is a highway so naturally, roadblocks are a common occurrence. These roadblocks, although discouraging, promote determination. And every attempt to overcome them has the potential to set you free.

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