The Eagle Angle

Editorial: A reminder for school boards and teachers everywhere

The Editorial Board

March 19, 2019

Teachers play an integral role in society, present in our lives for about seven hours a day, five days a week. As such, we learn much more than math, reading and science from them; we also learn life skills like how to communi...

Are the stars aligned or a lie?

Francis Salazar and Morgan Pryor

March 19, 2019

For: There is a lot to say against the idea of astrology, which is fair. Dating back thousands of years, from different cultures to different interpretations, astrology is a hard pill to swallow. The idea that how the stars align...

Editorial: Can the STEM v. humanities debate come to an end?

The Editorial Board

January 26, 2019

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, more commonly known as STEM, and the liberal arts go way back. Long ago, the two areas of study lived together in harmony, but everything changed when debate ignited over which ...

My own worst enemy

Caroline Tucker, Editor-in-Chief

January 26, 2019

People suck — not necessarily because of their choices or what they do but because of what they don’t do. Our world is filled with success ladders, where people have steps and ability to continue on to the next one. But when cl...

Editorial: Should students have to take finals in advanced academics courses?

The Editorial Board

January 17, 2019

Some students in advanced academics courses feel pressure to succeed in high school in order to succeed in college, to succeed in their career, to — it's obvious where this is going. That is the reason why many students enro...

The light that shined through the cracks

Brooke Adams, Jr. Managing Editor

January 9, 2019

July 4, 2010. To most people, it was just Independence Day, a day of fireworks, barbecuing and celebrating America. To me, that was the day I publicly professed my faith in Jesus Christ. I was only eight years old, but I had alread...


Sophia Forrester, Photo Editor

January 8, 2019

Grief and hopelessness filled many women across the nation. As I was watching the hearing, I was apprehensive about both Kavanaugh and the entire government. The government couldn’t be so ignorant to confirm Brett Kavanaugh, rig...

“Boys will be boys”

“Boys will be boys”

November 30, 2018

‘I Want To Die In New Orleans’: A Self-deprecating Masterpiece

Alex Prock, Staffer

October 17, 2018

The latest release from $uicideboy$, “I Want To Die In New Orleans,” proves that they have come a long way since their first album in 2014. The Soundcloud rap duo has put out another vivid depiction of the seventh ward,...

Editorial: The role of language in American schools

The Editorial Board

October 16, 2018

With the world progressively becoming more and more intertwined with other nations, the amount of people who speak more than one language is on the rise. Only, the Land of the Free seems to be a little slow in catching up to t...

What You Missed in Washington

Maya Morriswala, Editor-in-chief

October 16, 2018

This summer was an eventful one in the realm of politics, with enough controversial decisions and monumental happenings to go around. In case you missed anything while on break, I have compiled a comprehensive list of politic...

Teachers have lives, too.

Tea Mcgilvray, Online editor

October 16, 2018

In many professions, it is perfectly acceptable for adults to have separate personal and professional lives. However, American culture has unfairly held teachers to higher social standards. Society expects teachers to live unreasonably...