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Technology takes over

Technology takes over

Anna Schmidt, Editor/Webmaster

May 16, 2018


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Gone are the days spent outside playing in the dirt without a care in the world. Technology and phones have replaced these simple joys in life with their addictive nature. Statistics on phones Apple found the average person unlocks their phone 80 times a day and types, taps and swipes more than...

Rembisz rocks workshop

Rembisz rocks workshop

Makenna Sloat, Staff Writer

April 27, 2018


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Sweat drips from her face as she sands down a new piece of work in the busy shop. The smell of wood fills her nostrils as she shaves the soon-to-be masterpiece; ideas fly through her mind of what it could be. After hours of work, her pintail longboard will be done and ready to use. This process continually...

Local spring break spots

Jessica Barjuca, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018


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    Suburban Ice Arena: There is public skating from April 1-8 starting at 12:45-2:05 p.m. on the weekdays and on the weekends it’s 2:45- 4:35 p.m. The price is, $5 for admission and skates are $2. It’s 14 minutes (8 miles) away.     HUB Stadium: Bombowling (fowling) is a ga...

Ike goes boarding

Ike goes boarding

Jonathan Malski, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018


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#dreamitbuilditshredit It’s the CTE woodshop class’ motto as they take on a big adventure: Gone Boarding. “In a normal woodshop class, you make tables, shelves and stuff like that; but in here, you can build a skateboard, a longboard—and then you can actually take out what you made and...

Decorating competition ends in tie

Paul Lacoursiere, Staff Writer

December 22, 2017


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The sound of students cutting construction paper fills the hallway. Doors are covered with familiar paper Christmas scenes. Students and teachers work together on the door decorating competition.   “We used to do the door decorating for the holiday season and we haven’t done it in a long time. I thou...

GSA looks for acceptance

GSA looks for acceptance

Anna Settimo, Staff Writer

December 22, 2017


Filed under Feature, News

A substitute teacher takes attendance, calls someone from the back of the room and keeps saying the name wrong, over and over again. The student does not respond to their birth name. “Teachers need to be aware about how it affects different kids who have different names or are just non-binary or...

Should students feel pressured to move away for college?

Keegan Snow, Staff writer

June 9, 2017


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  For most students, their whole childhood they are so excited to be an “adult” and graduate high school. Young kids dream of the day they will be moved out of their parents’ house and free to do whatever they want. Except, it seems that nowadays more and more kids aren’t as eager to move ou...

Recording Opportunity Finds Troia

Recording Opportunity Finds Troia

Andrew Tokarz, Staff Writer

May 28, 2017


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It all started at poetry day last year when senior Cole Troia met Eisenhower alumna Francis Johnson. The two musicians became friends and Johnson invited Troia, who has been playing the guitar for nine years, to one of her gigs. “She said to come up to one of her gigs, so I went to one and I sa...

Mr. Ike Video

Yearbook/Film, Staff

May 22, 2017


Filed under Feature, Multimedia, Showcase

Poetry Day

Yearbook/Film, Staff

May 22, 2017


Filed under Feature, Multimedia, Showcase

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