The Eagle Eye

Teenage Republicans

Teenage Republicans

Monique Beals & Shannon Pierson, Staff Writer & Feature & Opinion Editor

May 26, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase

There’s a new club on the block! The Young Republicans club came to SMCHS this semester and is unlike any other club on campus. This club provides students an experience similar to that of being involved in a political party. Moreover, it prepares students to have an informed opinion on current...

Three’s a party

Three’s a party

Claire Robidoux, Staff Writer

May 26, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase

After having three miscarriages, Diane Calcaterra walked into her gynecologist’s office worried.

Life in gray

Life in gray

Lauren Kesic, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015


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...

Soarin’ on cloud (4.)9

Soarin’ on cloud (4.)9

Alexa Hines & Kristine Liao, Managing Editor & Web Editor-in-Chief

May 15, 2015


Filed under Feature, From our print issue

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

Courage

Courage

Kristine Liao, Web Editor-in-Chief

May 15, 2015


Filed under Feature, From our print issue, Showcase

I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice… FOR ALL.” He’s the teacher who lectures with his eyes closed, the one who strays off topic more often than he stays on task, an...

Starstruck

Starstruck

Megan Snader, Staff Writer

May 15, 2015


Filed under Feature, From our print issue

On occasion, a shooting star will slip into the atmosphere and cast a glimmering trail behind itself, becoming the captivation and inspiration for dreamers lucky enough to catch a glimpse of it as it crosses the spacious skies. Math teacher Carol Smith has been SMCHS’s shooting star for the past...

Mission to build

Mission to build

Sarah Turner, Staff Writer

May 14, 2015


Filed under Feature, Showcase

Opening an envelope with money inside on your birthday is usually followed with the excitement of buying that concert ticket you previously couldn’t afford or finally going on that shopping spree you had planned ages ago. However, for sophomore Keana Gonzales, these things are of little importance...

Workaholic

Workaholic

Tara Peterson, Staff Writer

May 5, 2015


Filed under Feature

As summer is coming into view, the need to find a summer job is intensifies. Scrolling through the websites of all the different places, you see your dream job is not hiring. The next best place only hires people over 18 years old. Finally, you think you find the perfect job when you realize you don’t...

Pitch perfect

Pitch perfect

Carlie McCabe, Staff Writer

May 4, 2015


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C'mon admit it, we all sing in the shower. It's just an inherent quality that we all secretly enjoy. And we even may think to ourselves, "Wow, I sound pretty good."  But, we all know we're not meant to play the lead in role in Wicked or be a contestant on The Voice. Imagine the crazy reality of actually...

Beauty defect

Beauty defect

Allison De La Bastida, Staff Writer

May 1, 2015


Filed under Feature

Such a simple task requires so much effort for her. Just walking through the hallway. But, she sensed eyes on her. She glanced left and right, only to hear crude remarks being thrown her way. She was getting bullied every day.

Nothing to hide

Nothing to hide

Alana Mayes & Tara Peterson, Staff Writer

April 29, 2015


Filed under Feature, From our print issue, Showcase

Every 107 seconds, a person is sexually assaulted. If you haven’t done the math, that is 1.3 million people each year. Only 54 percent are reported.

Student privacy scares assuaged

Student privacy scares assuaged

Maggie Morris, Copy Editor

April 29, 2015


Filed under Feature, From our print issue

Two thousand sixteen presidential candidate Hillary Clinton reportedly broke the law during her term as Secretary of State by using her personal email address as opposed to the required government account to communicate.