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Mask-Friendly Halloween Costumes

courtesy HGTV
October 29, 2020

Halloween is here, which means it’s time to dress up. However, everyone still needs to wear a face-covering in public. But don’t worry: Planning a costume that accommodates a mask can be easy. Here...

Fall Fun for All: 10 Things to do this Season

Fall Fun for All: 10 Things to do this Season
October 29, 2020

As the leaves on the trees outside continue to change, we skip from going to the beach, to putting on our fuzzy socks just in time for fall. With these activities, you can have tons of fun with your family...

bopdrop: Taking the World by Storm

bopdrop founder Matthew Krause
October 26, 2020

bopdrop is a free, fast-growing app launched in May of this year that allows users to post a clip of one song per day. bopdrop has been called the "Instagram of music," allowing users to share, like, and...

The Eagle Eye’s 2nd Annual Costume Contest

The Eagle Eye's 2nd Annual Costume Contest
October 14, 2020

We may be hybrid, but we're still celebrating Halloween!

The Eagle Eye Winter/Spring 2020 Edition

June 19, 2020

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Celebs in Isolation Remain Connected to Their Communities

Singer, Lizzo, performs a flute solo, talks about the current world situation, gives viewers a peace of mind, and offers a guided meditation in the spirit of healing.
May 5, 2020

With all this sudden time at home, everybody is handling themselves differently. Some are using this time to catch up on some sleep, while others are trying to clean every inch of their house. Celebrities...

College Decision Day!

College Decision Day!
May 1, 2020

With school being out indefinitely, the Eagle Eye wanted to recognize our seniors and their plans for after high school while also reflecting on their favorite memories from their years working on The...

Haikus for Happiness

Haikus for Happiness
How writing can make us laugh in a time of social distance
May 1, 2020

It’s hard not to stare at the news all day long to hear updates on COVID-19. People want to be informed. But, too much of the news will get you over-worried. Thankfully, the media hasn’t focused exclusively...

A Community Celebrates One of Their Own

A Community Celebrates One of Their Own
April 28, 2020

Courtney "Coco" Johnson, a 15-year-old girl from Pasadena, California, was diagnosed with cancer last June. She had been having leg pains, and was diagnosed with Ewing sarcoma days after her eighth grade...

The Small Way Communities are Helping Each Other: Little Free Pantries

Two Little Free Pantries, in Arkansas, created through public generosity. This initiative fuels for light at the end of the dangerous, COVID-19 tunnel.
April 24, 2020

Since the onset of the COVID-19 outbreak, our newstreams have been flooded with negative insight on the coronavirus pandemic and its horrible effects on the world population. But, in spite of all of the...

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