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New English classes triumph in Eisenhower

Marissa Romero

February 17, 2015

According to Mr. Anthony Corsi, English & LRC Curriculum Director, the new senior English classes were a huge success with the 361 students enrolled this year. “There was very positive feedback from both students and teachers regarding student motivation and participation in the courses,” says...

Graphic Novels taking over LRC

Graphic Novels taking over LRC

Brian Elrod

February 6, 2015

If there’s one thing that’s been going on in the LRC this school year it’s the ever growing popularity and expansion in the graphic novels section. During the course of this school year over 80 graphic novels have been added, making a sum of over 175 comic books in total. “On a daily bases...

Eggs drop their way into physics

Alec Miroballi

January 28, 2015

From cooking eggs to dropping them, DDE’s physics classes take part in a popular experiment known as the Egg Drop. The egg drop, with a success rate of 70 percent, was tested during the week of Jan. 16 in the wrestling practice room from a height of 15ft. The students were only able to use: two balloo...

Eisenhower students arrested for charity

Eisenhower students arrested for charity

Holden Szczypka

January 20, 2015

On Nov. 21, Eisenhower students were hunted down and arrested during their lunch periods. However, instead of being thrown in jail for breaking the law, students were arrested by members of Key Club as part of a new fundraiser called Jail and Bail. The fundraiser is aimed towards assisting the Eliminate...

Honors Physics latest class to be eliminated

Honors Physics latest class to be eliminated

aleydatamez15

December 16, 2014

Students may have noticed something different about the science department this school year. With the help of the District AP committee, the decision was put into effect this fall to eliminate the Honors Physics course and replace it with AP Physics 1 and AP Physics 2. The idea to eliminate the Honors...

Book Club gains momentum

Book Club gains momentum

Marissa Romero

November 10, 2014

Book club is where students share their thoughts with each other on the book chosen for the month. Even though book club is unofficial, Mrs. Stevens has plans to draw attention to the club. The first book was “If I Stay,” by Gayle Forman. The main character, Mia, is a gifted cellist and has everything...

DDE welcomes Anime Club

DDE welcomes Anime Club

Holden Szczypka

November 7, 2014

This year Mr. Wolff, new industrial technology teacher, is working to bring fans of anime together with the new Anime club. Started in August of this year, the unofficial club is in its trail period. To be considered an official club, it must regularly have at least 10 students attend each meeting by...

Cardinal Band marches to victory

Cardinal Band marches to victory

Vida Perez

November 7, 2014

The Cardinal Regiment is finding great success this year and it may be due to the creative thinking of Director Mr. Justin Antos. Last season the marching band won two awards. Whereas this year, they have already won 14 awards with multiple first place finishes. Until this year, students enrolled in...

Students train for election

Students train for election

Rachel Martin

November 5, 2014

Court is now in session for Eisenhower students as they take up positions as judges for the annual Cook County Office elections. This year, 50 students were hired as judges in this year's election on Nov. 4. Basically, everyone who signed up got accepted. Students who signed up needed to attend and...

Fitness scores hit an all-time low

Fitness scores hit an all-time low

Alec Miroballi

November 5, 2014

After an awful year of fitness testing at Eisenhower, a new approach from the P.E. staff to improve scores has been put into effect; Welcome Fitness Mondays. On average, Eisenhower’s fitness scores are relatively low compared to other schools in Illinois. It is believed that the main reason for the...

Oak Street Health, now seeing patients

Oak Street Health, now seeing patients

Abigail Brudek

October 16, 2014

After being vacant for 8 years, the empty building across the street finally has a purpose. Oak Street Health opened on Sept. 24 just across the way from Eisenhower High School. This senior health facility company also provides six additional facilities scattered within the Chicagoland area. ...

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