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School makes good move towards mental health awareness
By Gisselle Washington | Big Stick Editor | In the United States, half of all mental disorders begin at age 14 and 75 percent by age 24. A staggering 41 percent of people with a mental disorder in the past year received professional health care or (More)
Fatality Wrapped in Paper
By: Katarina Rendon At just fifty years old, being alive for half a century should be celebrated with family and friends, maybe catching a bite to eat at a nice restaurant. This is not where my uncle found himself. Instead of chowing down on fine cu (More)
Why the MCU is Bad for Spider-Man
By Marcos Perales | Staff Writer | So Spider-Man is back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Spider-Man fans worldwide are hyped about the news. Marvel and Sony agreed on a new deal and everything is sunshine and rainbows. Nothing could possibly go (More)
Seniors to hold onto memories
Students watch the Pink Out game together. Football games are something that many students will miss. Photo by Tatiana Venegas By Hailey Massey | Assistant Editor | Four y (More)
Hunger Pains
  Have you ever woken up late for school, and had to get ready in a rush? Well you more than likely didn’t have time to grab your breakfast. I hope you know that your not al (More)
Mr. Comalander: Attitude, A Matter of Choice
Your Time to Shine
Spring pictures is your time to shine! So listen up to these tips and tricks to make your picture fabulous. 1- Come picture ready, have your hair nice, and clean clothes 2- These photos will not be in the year book, we already got your photos in Fa (More)
Ticket to Togetherness
Sports are all the rage these days! It requires smarts, athleticism, strength, discipline, self-confidence and much more. Our school is full of athletes that need a chance to shine. One problem is that schools can only offer so many sports options. A (More)
Throw Kindness Like It’s Confetti!
Throw Kindness Like Confetti Walking by our school’s cafeteria, you might see something new on the w (More)
Be Smart, Dress The Part
As you may have noticed, we have a dress code here at Eisenhower. This dress code consists of jeans, khakis, school spirit shirts or a white collared polo. We went around the school asking one student in each grad (More)
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