The Eagle

Men should not be cropped out

Story by Layna Hong, Layout Editor

May 19, 2017

It’s normal for women to be seen wearing pants, or even men’s shirts borrowed from male friends, fathers, and brothers. However, a man wearing a crop top, which is usually seen worn on the street by young women, seems out of p...

Nicholson makes a splash with scuba diving

Story by Bonnie Zhang, Staff Writer

April 25, 2017

The sun begins to rise as junior John Nicholson breaks away from city life. With a four hour drive ahead of him, he prepares for the excitement of the ocean.   “It’s so different than life up here,” Nicholson said...

Time for East Meck to shut down the ICC

Story by From the staff, Editorial

April 3, 2017

East Meck allows new clubs to be formed at the beginning of every school year. Many students create their own clubs, but not all of them succeed. Students expect the only challenges will be the paperwork and convincing others...

‘Fake news’ makes lasting impact on journalists

Story by From the staff, Editorial

April 3, 2017

One only needs to open up their Twitter feed to see the latest ‘fake news’ attack, most notably on President Donald J. Trump’s account. It has become a new pattern: when a story comes out and people feel victimized, they...

Sara Holley wins Morehead-Cain scholarship for UNC Chapel Hill

Story by Bonnie Zhang, Staff Writer

April 3, 2017

Senior Sara Holley was recently selected as a recipient for the Morehead-Cain scholarship to UNC Chapel Hill. Holley was nominated by the school last fall and became a finalist late January. Holley found out Mar. 11. “My mo...

Why we need daily video announcements

Story by From the staff, Editorial

April 3, 2017

A teacher struggles to quiet their class as the Pledge of Allegiance begins over the loudspeaker. Students try to listen for scheduling changes for their clubs. Athletes can barely hear the announcement of their winning game...

Barahona brings home full ride

Story by Anaya Truss-Williams, Staff Writer

April 3, 2017

Senior Emely Barahona received Queen’s University full-tuition merit Presidential Scholarship. More than 200 students from across the country interviewed for the scholarship and 12 received the honor. Barahona has a weighted ...