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Enloe Eagle's Eye

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

Opposition to Biden’s Student Debt Plan: Yet Another Case of Polarized Politics

Opposition to Biden’s Student Debt Plan: Yet Another Case of Polarized Politics

Akshat Yadav, Staff Writer September 27, 2022

As you may have seen on the news or through the President’s media outreach, the Biden administration announced that $10,000 of student debt for around 43 million borrowers will be forgiven, as well as...

The Stars of Friday Night: Enloe Marching Band

The Stars of Friday Night: Enloe Marching Band

Dae Borg, Executive Editor September 26, 2022

Friday night football games are the hotspots for eagle spirit at Enloe, with friends gathering together, collectively dressed in a colorful theme, all to support the star athletes that make up our wonderful...

NRA Funding & Gun Control: the Perpetual Cycle of Inaction

NRA Funding & Gun Control: the Perpetual Cycle of Inaction

Olivia Metelo, News Editor May 25, 2022

In the United States, hearing about the most recent deadly mass shooting has become a horrid norm. We’ve seen Columbine, Sandy Hook, Parkland, and the most recent mass school shooting in Uvalde, leaving...

The 1619 Project: An overdue reckoning on the insidious state of America

The 1619 Project: An overdue reckoning on the insidious state of America

Crystal Leung, Graphic Designer & Publicist May 23, 2022

What is the 1619 project? To begin with the basics, The 1619 Project is a magazine full of well-researched essays articulating the Black experience in America; it's also been made into a class curriculum...

Something to Fight For: A Roe v. Wade Opinion

Something to Fight For: A Roe v. Wade Opinion

Sam Heyl, Opinion and Creative Writing Editor May 13, 2022

Content Warning: Sexual Violence I feel like we all felt it coming, that, in a sense, it was inevitable for Roe to fall. And yet, we all had a little bit of hope that it wouldn't. We brandished our...

The NFL: An Organization of Repression

The NFL: An Organization of Repression

Louis Huler, Staff Writer May 6, 2022

TW: This piece contains details about alleged sexual abuse  My whole life I’ve paid attention to football. The Cleveland Browns have been a mainstay of Sunday television in my household for as long...

Putin Has Nothing to Do With Classical Music

Putin Has Nothing to Do With Classical Music

Matthew Burkhart, News Editor March 24, 2022

Since Russian President Putin launched his assault on Ukraine, music groups across the Western world have stopped performing pieces by Russian composers, citing that they are doing so in solidarity with...

The Real Impact of Mr. Peabody & Sherman

The Real Impact of Mr. Peabody & Sherman

Sophia Stewart, Opinion Editor March 21, 2022

A groundbreaking movie directed by Rob Minkoff, director of The Lion King, was a hit for a moment, but was and is greatly underappreciated eight years later. A talented inventor, scientist, and genius...

The Dangers of Sport Game Behavior

The Dangers of Sport Game Behavior

Gwen O'Connor, Co-Editor in Chief March 20, 2022

Despite one’s preferences for the viewing experience of a live sports game, the kind of behavior exhibited during these events is common knowledge. From the sea of jerseys matching the home team, to...

In Defense of Chihuahuas

In Defense of Chihuahuas

Andrew Kochman, Staff Writer March 11, 2022

In Defense of Chihuahuas “You are the type of person to have a Chihuahua” Oddly enough, I’ve heard this phrase more than once. At first I would let out a bit of a chuckle, but after giving...

Code Red: The Price We Pay For an Education in America

Code Red: The Price We Pay For an Education in America

Jonah Yinger, Arts and Entertainment Editor March 7, 2022

For generations, kids have been taught what to do in the instance of fire or inclement weather in the school. Grabbing the red drawstring bag and walking orderly out of the building is a routine everyone...

Be Bad at Things

Be Bad at Things

Navya Katraju, Opinion Editor February 28, 2022

This may come as a surprise to some, but I’m not good at everything. In fact, I would say that I’m bad at quite a lot of things, from baking and playing piano to League of Legends. I used to get too...

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