Enloe Eagle's Eye

The Student News Site of Enloe Magnet High School

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

The Most Disrespected Athlete: Serena Williams

The Most Disrespected Athlete: Serena Williams

Vivian Njoroge, Staff Writer October 11, 2021

Serena Williams is one of the most influential athletes in the world. She is an Olympic champion and the current record holder for the most Grand Slam Singles Titles. Serena is as much of a champ off the...

The Luxury of American Dental Care

The Luxury of American Dental Care

Malinn Welch, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

The perceptions of teeth have stretched far beyond mere dental hygiene. Teeth are a marker of class. Dental and orthodontic care have become the non-traditional luxury of the middle and high class. Those...

‘Missing White Woman Syndrome’: The Petito Case and MMIW

‘Missing White Woman Syndrome’: The Petito Case and MMIW

Dae Borg, Staff Writer October 5, 2021

TW: mention of sexual violence and murder   On September 11th, 2021, the social media travel influencer Gabby Petito was reported missing while she was on a cross-country trip with her fiancé....

Graphic by Olivia Metelo

The Texas Abortion Bill: More Than Just a Law

Olivia Metelo, Staff Writer September 26, 2021

Whether you’ve briefly glanced at the news in the past few weeks or are an avid political activist, you’ve probably heard information about the new abortion law passed in Texas. As a high school student...

In Defense of Comic Sans

In Defense of Comic Sans

Navya Katraju, Opinion Editor September 24, 2021

Whether you’re familiar with the world of typography or not, you probably know of the bad rep that Comic Sans has accumulated over the years. The font is childish, ugly, and “a blight on the landscape...

Dear Hollywood, Do Better: Asian Feelings on Asian Representation

Dear Hollywood, Do Better: Asian Feelings on Asian Representation

Oishii Basu, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 3, 2021

Where I grew up I was lucky enough to have a South-Asian Community here in North Carolina, but not everyone is lucky enough to have that. Asian immigrants settle in nowhere-nothing towns all the time,...

Crossfire: The Minimum Wage Will Not End Poverty

Crossfire: The Minimum Wage Will Not End Poverty

Charlene Wu, Co-Editor in Chief April 26, 2021

Raising the federal minimum wage is not the save-all solution to raising low income workers out of poverty in America. This burden actually ends up on the shoulders of small rural business owners and marginalized...

Crossfire: America Needs a Raise

Crossfire: America Needs a Raise

Owen Lockett, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

  According to the National Employment Law Project, 42.4 percent of American workers make less than $15 per hour. An MIT report found that a family of four with two working adults and two children...

Forever Chemicals In North Carolina Water

Forever Chemicals In North Carolina Water

Louisa Zaloom, NCSSA Guest Writer March 29, 2021

The safety rules for going on a trip to the beach are pretty standard.  Reapply sunscreen, wear a life jacket, and do not drink the tap water that could be detrimental to human health.  That last one...

The Sad State of North Carolinas Juvenile Court System

The Sad State of North Carolina’s Juvenile Court System

Matthew Burkhart, News Editor March 25, 2021

Shielded from the public eye, North Carolina’s Juvenile Court System has sent thousands of children, particularly children of color, to the courtroom over minor infractions over many years. These trials...

I Love Spongebob, but It’s Time for It to End

I Love Spongebob, but It’s Time for It to End

Dae Borg, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Spongebob Squarepants! But not the one we know and love. Spongebob is a lovable and goofy character that many of us teenagers grew up watching on TV. The show Spongebob...

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