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Kolinski flips into cheer

Kolinski flips into cheer

Piper Trembour, Staff Writer

June 9, 2017


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From around the time she could walk to present day, sophomore Marissa Kolinski has lived and breathed gymnastics, until now. “I decided I would try out for cheer since I had done gymnastics for so long, and I would like to try something new,” Kolinski said. Growing up doing gymnastics helpe...

Seventh grade friends turned bandmates

Seventh grade friends turned bandmates

Piper Trembour, Staff Writer

June 9, 2017


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Local indie band, The Doozers, started as a couple of seventh grade friends looking to make some music. “We all met at this music learning place called The School of Rock when we were in the seventh grade. We started the band in the early ninth grade and haven't stopped since,” junior Charlie ...

Catey paints face

Catey paints face

Piper Trembour, Staff Writer

June 9, 2017


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Makeup. Today this is a way for many young people express their individuality. “I think makeup represents whatever you want it to represent. It can represent your emotions or your creativity,” sophomore Amanda Catey said. Makeup has become a way of self expression, almost like an artform...

Carabelli comes back

Amber Abramowicz, Editor

May 3, 2017


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He played hockey since he was 4 years old. He lived in Louisiana since Aug. 27, 2016. He played junior A hockey for the Shreveport Mudbugs. He stayed with another family for eight months. He did online schooling throughout that time. But senior Giovanni Carabelli is back in Michigan no...

Model UN club prepares for conference

Brian Berta, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017


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A new club gives students the opportunity to participate in the government. “This is the first time that Eisenhower has done this club,” Model UN vice president senior Alex Jasukaitis said. “I’m excited to have my group go to Oakland University to compete. I’ll see how we do.” Nine...

Vermeulen awarded at NAIAS

Vermeulen awarded at NAIAS

Fabrizio Orsi de Paula, Business Manager / Cartoonist

January 18, 2017


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As the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS)  approached, about 800,000 people commuted to Detroit to appreciate the event; junior Lauren Vermeulen, however, attended for a different reason: her award-winning poster was on display. “I sketched out two designs,” Vermeulen said. “I stopped w...

Reid recalls SAT prep

Lauren Harris, Editor

January 13, 2017


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Parker Reid `17 Q: How do remember feeling as you went into the testing room to take the SAT for the first time? Reid: I was confident, because of all the prep I did. Q: What did you do in preparation? Reid: I took a few classes and did some courses online to study. Q: Did you achieve the score you wan...

Quiz bowl buzzes new coaches

Quiz bowl buzzes new coaches

Fabrizio Orsi de Paula, Staff Writer

September 16, 2016


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A batch of new players and coaches strive to make their mark in the upcoming quiz bowl season. “I think we’re going to get a good crowd this year; there seems to be quite a bit of interest,” coach Carol Dimovski said. “I think we’ll carry on the tradition of having a really good team, doi...

Senior Grants interview

Senior Grants interview

Fabrizio Orsi de Paula, Staff Writer

September 9, 2016


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Grant McBride ‘17 Q: What are you looking forward to this year? A: “I am looking forward to learning as much as I can this year. Just trying to improve myself as much as possible so I can be ready for college.” Q: What events are you looking forward to? A: “I am looking forward to...

AP testing Q and A

Katie Johnson, Associate Editor in Chief

May 16, 2016


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Why did you decide to take an AP test?  Was it worth it? What is one piece of advice you could give to future testers? Senior Urja Parikh “I took it because I wanted to earn college credit and be exempted from the class next year.” “It was worth it since I'll be able to get out of ...

Borbolla’s life passion uncaged

Mackenzie Gurne, Associate Editor

March 28, 2016


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It started the summer she hid in her basement, creating soft pastel drawings and acrylic paintings, soon enough lining the walls of her art studio. She has that exotic artistic touch and craving for music, but it isn't visible through her hockey mask. It’s explained through her pieces. Her ...

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