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The Student News Site of Enloe Magnet High School

Enloe Eagle's Eye

The Student News Site of Enloe Magnet High School

Enloe Eagle's Eye

Enloe Arts Return to the Stage

Enloe Arts Return to the Stage

Matthew Burkhart, News Editor January 20, 2022

For the first time in two years, parents, teachers, and students gathered in the auditorium to hear music from Enloe’s band, orchestra, and chorus programs for their winter concerts. Not only did these...

Kaeleigh Kruger: A True Devout to Enloe Theatre

Kaeleigh Kruger: A True Devout to Enloe Theatre

Praghna Hemadri, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

The arts programs at Enloe have always been a very important part of our school’s identity, especially theatre. From the fall plays to the spring musicals, every show in the past has been successful....

Enloe Orchestra Starts a New Chapter: Ms. Ju

Enloe Orchestra Starts a New Chapter: Ms. Ju

Paige Farley and Lucy Fang December 9, 2021

With five orchestras, Enloe contains the largest high school orchestra in the Wake County Public School System. Each orchestra offers different repertoire on a basis of several different levels. Enloe’s...

Happy Chanukah: Learning About the 8-Day Celebration

Happy Chanukah: Learning About the 8-Day Celebration

Andrew Kochman, Staff Writer December 5, 2021

You may be familiar with a Menorah, “The Dreidel Song”, or Adam Sandler’s comedic four versions of “The Hanukkah Song,” but what is Chanukah, and why is it eight nights long?   Chanukah,...

Winter the Dolphin: Her “Tail” Will Live on Forever

Winter the Dolphin: Her “Tail” Will Live on Forever

Gwen O'Connor, Co-Editor in Chief November 30, 2021

People have lived simultaneously with animals for the majority of time without a common way to communicate. And yet when one is forced to leave our lives, it’s incredibly hard to say goodbye. It’s...

ENLOE REACTS: Charity Ball Tickets

ENLOE REACTS: Charity Ball Tickets

Marshall Kummerer, Staff Writer November 30, 2021

Since its announcement, Charity Ball tickets have been the hype amongst Enloe scholars; groups making plans for the night, Student Council appearing on The ‘Loe Down, people picking out dresses and suits,...

A Deeper Look at Asexuality

A Deeper Look at Asexuality

Kaitlyn Yeatts, Staff Writer November 21, 2021

Overall, the LGBT+ community has been making major strides in representation and recognition as of the past few years. However, asexual recognition and widespread knowledge of asexuality is still extremely...

Non-Profit Recognizes Ms. Vazquez as Progressive Educator

Non-Profit Recognizes Ms. Vazquez as Progressive Educator

Dae Borg, Asst. Opinion Editor November 11, 2021

  Ms. Vazquez, one of Enloe’s english teachers who is unconditionally loved by students and staff alike, was recently showcased as “Anti-racist Educator Spotlight” by the Durham based...

110 Stories: Enloes Triumphant Return to Live Theatre

110 Stories: Enloe’s Triumphant Return to Live Theatre

Maya Spencer, Staff Writer November 11, 2021

It’s been 19 months since Enloe's theatre department emptied its auditorium doors, unbeknownst to them that it would be the last time most of them would perform there for a long time. Now, Enloe's theatre...

Enloe Dance Department: “Dancing for each other, dancing for the Enloe community”

Enloe Dance Department: “Dancing for each other, dancing for the Enloe community”

Olivia Metelo, Asst. News Editor November 8, 2021

Hidden above the West Gym in a poorly air-conditioned hallway is Enloe’s very own dance department. Its placement in the school building may seem like it would be easy to forget, but the Enloe Dance...

Learning About the Diverse Practices of Diwali

Learning About the Diverse Practices of Diwali

Akshat Yadav, Staff Writer November 4, 2021

You’ve heard about Christmas and the seemingly endless amount of traditions that go hand-in-hand with other popular religious holidays, but have you learned about the socio-political impacts of the Diwali...

Female Empowerment Club The Butterfly Effect is Making Waves

Female Empowerment Club The Butterfly Effect is Making Waves

Sam Heyl, Staff Writer November 4, 2021

Deep within the gloomy walls of quarantine, Alexia Chavis and Neharika ‘Neha’ Kodali were looking for a way out. Meeting in sophomore year and reconnecting over social media, the two women shared a...

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