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Calling all seniors

Lauren Harris, Associate Editor-in-Chief
May 9, 2017
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Calling all seniors. This year the film department will continue with the tradition of a senior video. The class video will include pictures and videos for students to relive their high school experience. “Every senior needs to be incorporated in the video, but that requires seniors to actually send in th...

Upcoming events for student council

Ryley Chinn, Staff Writer
May 2, 2017
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Student Council takes no days off during the school year. “We are really busy, because we have many of end of the year events to plan,” StuCo senior Georgia Densmore said. StuCo is closing out the year with a few final events. They’re preparing for the second annual Freshman Fly up. The...

Drunk, distracted, drugged driving

Faith Ferguson, Copy Editor
May 1, 2017
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Almost everyone makes distracted driving choices, but no one admits it. At any given moment, about 660,000 drivers are using electronics while they drive, according to ncconsumer.org. This month, there will be about 2.4 million incidents where high school teens drive after drinking, according to c...

Students sweep MIPA

Students sweep MIPA

Faith Ferguson, Staff Writer
April 19, 2017
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     On April 17, 24 newspaper, yearbook, and film students attended the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA) awards ceremony in Lansing.     These classes submitted various pieces of combined and individual work for awards. The publications staff also helped Shelby and Malow j...

AppleCare Update

AppleCare Update

Grace Kulin, Editor-in-chief
March 31, 2017
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Attention Apple lovers and clumsy Apple owners: AppleCare+ will now be available for full purchase for one year after purchasing your phone, before it was only 60 days. Apple has yet to officially announce the change but the Eagle’s Eye has confirmed it. On Apple’s website you are able to purchas...

Poetry slam upcoming

Ryley Chinn, Staff Writer
March 29, 2017
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Get ready to snap: Poetry day is right around the corner. The annual event allows students to recite poetry in creative, fun ways. Former English teacher Joann Schubert, who passed away from pancreatic cancer, is the inspiration for the special day. “Joann Schubert was a teacher that...

Yearbook Earns Critique Rating

Brian Berta, Staff Writer
January 10, 2017
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The National Scholastic Press Association recently gave Eisenhower’s Yearbook a critique rating for their efforts on the school yearbook. Their critique is a written evaluation of the quality of the yearbook that’s submitted to them. “I am proud of our yearbook team and editing staff from last...

Participation in the parade

Therese Reinhold, Staff writer
October 23, 2016
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On October 21st, an array of clubs got together to walk in the Eisenhower Homecoming Parade along 25 mile road.    ...

Key club cranks out the cakes

Key club cranks out the cakes

Therese Reinhold, Staff writer
October 19, 2016
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On a bright October morning, 15 key club members joined the Shelby Township Kiwanis Club to serve hundreds of pancakes and raise funds. “It’s a fun opportunity to be able to go out with your friends for Kids Against Hunger, because this event really means a lot to us in terms of helping our co...

Spanish club starts again

Ryley Chinn and Staff Writer
September 28, 2016
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Spanish club adviser Kelly Warzin talks what to expect this year. How can students sign up for spanish club? Warzin: You have to see your teacher. The fee for the whole year is $10. Are there any upcoming events for spanish club? Warzin: “Si," we are having a field day for all language c...

New National Anthem singers

New National Anthem singers

Grace Kulin, Editor
September 23, 2016
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What is it like singing the national anthem?   Vivian Leung ‘17: “It was a super surreal moment having everyone on the stands stand up to hear you sing and the pride that I felt, getting to represent Ike.”   Brooke Coleman ‘17: “It's so much fun, just such an honor and a great expe...

StuCo plans for memory board

Justin Berryman, Staff Writer
September 16, 2016
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Talent. Many have it, but few broadcast it. Student Council plans to recognize students’ talents by creating a wall display called, “We’re kind of a big deal.” “We’re kind of a big deal,” is about recognizing everyone in this school for anything that’s special to them, or anyt...

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