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Artists of ELHS Excel at the Shoreline Arts Awards

Eve Slemp
May 3, 2023

EVE SLEMP A dash of paint here. A tool of string there. A little glam of sparkle here never hurt anyone...and ta-da! Art is a prominent talent here at ELHS and students recently gained recognition...

Say ‘Yes’ to Poetry

Eve Slemp
March 28, 2023

If I’m going to be honest, I’m not that into poetry. (Sorry, s. Buckley!) When librarian Jeannine Barber asked me to participate in the Intergenerational Poetry Project with previous editor-in-chief...

The Reality Behind “Snapchat Dating”

March 28, 2023

With technology gripping young adults all around the world through instant communication, it was inevitable that finding relationships would be done solely through digital platforms. But, has technology...

Eve’s Holiday Gift Guide

December 19, 2022

Your Boyfriend’s Granny Obviously, the holidays are one of the best times of the year to impress your boyfriend’s family. Thinking beyond your boyfriend’s gift and extending an offering to the...

Your Feelings are Valid

Eve Slemp
December 1, 2022

It’s okay to not feel okay. A type of abuse that is too frequently overlooked is emotional abuse. We hear about the violence of physical abuse between couples, families, and in the public through various...

My Great Uncle Participated in a Military Experiment

November 21, 2022

“Can I have your attention?” shouted the general through a loud microphone as he towered over a hundred soldiers under the blazing Nevada sun. My great uncle, Earl Meech, joined the military in...

The Summer I Chucked My Phone

‘The Summer I’ Chucked My Phone

September 21, 2022

First of all, my phone is fine, for anyone who might have cared. This past summer, and like most of my summers, I went to a music camp. Music camp consisted of six hours of violin a day, and no air...


September 9, 2022

Have you noticed the tension that rises during controversial conversations? The apparent crescendo of voice as one speaks over the other while discussing presidential elections? Or the slamming of doors...

Roe v Wade Overturned; A Look Into What This Means for Womens’ Rights

June 29, 2022

     1973 marked a prominent advancement in American women's history: Roe v Wade. The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) case Roe v Wade granted women federal protection to have abortions...

Grace Liu Shares Insight for Getting  into Competitive  Schools

Grace Liu Shares Insight for Getting into Competitive Schools

June 7, 2022

Something’s in the water at ELHS because yet another swimmer, senior Grace Liu, swam her way into Harvard’s Class of 2026, following 2021 ELHS graduate Grace Vlaun. “It was surreal,” said Liu....

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