The Eagle

Yu, finalist at NC State Confucius institute

Story by Anthony Patterson, Staff Writer

April 12, 2016

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East Meck student Hnin Yu placed last week as a finalist at the 2016 N.C. Chinese Language Contest. The contest, held at North Carolina State University, was for students learning Chinese. Chinese teacher Aprill Yakubu...

East Meck to host TEDx event

Story by Anthony Patterson, Staff Writer

April 12, 2016

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TEDx, which has gained fame for its thought-provoking talks, comes to East Meck on April 22. This event, which will be from 10 am to 2 pm, is the first licensed event of its kind for any public school in the state of North...

Wallace honored by Boys & Girls Clubs

Story by Anthony Patterson, Staff Writer

April 4, 2016

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Senior Courtni Wallace has been named "Youth of the Year" by the Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte. Wallace received this honor in March at the annual Great Futures Breakfast at the Myers Park Presbyterian Church. Wal...

Pizzeria opening across the street

Story by Anthony Patterson, Staff Writer

April 4, 2016

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East Mecklenburg students will have a new place to get a bite to eat this coming fall. Hawthorne's Pizza which currently anchors seven different locations across Charlotte, will add their eighth at Meridian Place across the...

Culinary arts team cooks up another win

Story by Anthony Patterson, Staff Writer

March 25, 2016

Filed under Features, News, Showcase

East Mecklenburg's culinary arts team won first place at the recent CMS Stem2Fork competition. The contest, held March 11 at UNCC City Center, tasked teams from various CMS high school with making the best appetizer in one...

State continues to fund driver’s ed for students

Story by Hanna Wondmagegn, Staff Writer

February 5, 2016

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Seatbelt on? Check. Doors locked? Check. Mirrors in position? Check. Ready to drive? Umm Noooo? Driving is every teenager’s dream and a symbol of teenage independence ,and thanks to state legislature, students driving dr...

Changes to the SAT will not affect current senior class

Story by Cecilia Whalen, Staff Writer

January 5, 2016

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Before moving into your dorm, before picking your college spirit wear and even before applying to college, there’s something everyone has to do- take the SAT. And by now you have probably heard that the SAT is soon to be altered,...