The Eagle Eye

The warrior behind the Warrior Project

Alexis McCabe, Staff Writer

September 15, 2020

"It's okay to not be okay," said Townsend. "I want to give others something happy to look at even when things get tough."

No concerned trolling here

Evelyn Driscoll, Print Editor-in-Chief

August 31, 2020

Although trolls use health concerns to defend their actions, these comments are a dangerous form of fatphobia. By suggesting that someone's weight determines their health, these comments enforce the false stereotype that only skinny people are healthy.

10 seconds

The phenomenon of Snapchat explained.

Chloe Le, Web Editor-in-Chief

December 7, 2016

For many students at SMCHS, there are millions of things that stress us out. There are tests, homework, deans, grades, dying tablets and the social life. But the one thing that makes a student's behavior completely shift is the hourglass. It's not a tangible hourglass but rather the digital hourglass...

Snapshots of Social Media

Snapshots of Social Media

Hannah Prince, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

Two words, one Internet, and many meanings: social media. Every day, the use of phones, computers, and other electronic devices fill the lives of twenty-first century citizens of all ages. The development of technology has increased dramatically in the past decades. Martin Cooper made the first mobile...

Stop the block

A student attempts to open only to find that it's blocked because it's classified under

Allison De La Bastida, Staff Writer

December 8, 2015

Open the laptop? Check. Insert topic of research in search engine? Check. Pray that the sites you need aren't blocked? Check. Click on first site, which guarantees most information on topic, and have it open? Not check. For SMCHS student using their tablet for class research, it's most likely that...

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