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Middletown Students Protest in Asbury Park

Middletown Students Protest in Asbury Park

Kaitlin Covino, Online Editor

June 3, 2020

On Monday, June 1, 2020, a protest to seek justice for George Floyd who was horrifically killed by a police officer last week in Minnesota, was held in Asbury Park, NJ. This protest was one of many that have been seen across the country in recent days, and showcased speakers, including Rutgers Professor, Ke...

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.

Abby Malakoff, Staff Writer

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 are no different. Here is a list of some celebrities and how they are handling their time in quar...

College Decision Day!

College Decision Day!

Eagle Eye Editors

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 Eagle Eye.       Editor in Chief Nicole Gugliemi Lehigh University, Pol...

Haikus for Happiness

Haikus for Happiness

Morgan Barnes, News Editor

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 on the negatives of this pandemic: The New Yorker writer Caroline Lazar wrote a humor article ...

A Community Celebrates One of Their Own

A Community Celebrates One of Their Own

Angelina Anshelewitz, Staff Writer

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 graduation. Since her diagnosis, Coco had two surgeries and more than a dozen chemotherapy treatments....

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.

Sophia Stemmer, Staff Writer

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 awful news that has been shared during the last few weeks, there has been a significant spike in helpfulness...

Virtual Learning: Our Need for Connections

Virtual Learning: Our Need for Connections

Isabella Destounis, Staff Writer

April 21, 2020

It’s a reality many of us are surprised to be living: Virtual learning has taken charge and has been in effect for weeks now, as a result of worldwide school shutdowns because of the coronavirus pandemic. This unprecedented move has left educators and students scrambling, unsure of what to make of...

ESPN’s “The Last Dance” Comes Early

Michael Jordan’s aura of readiness for the biggest moments was unmatched.

Danny DeCrescenzo, Sports Editor

April 17, 2020

When ESPN announced that they would release a massive, ten-part documentary about Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls during their final season together in 1997-1998, sports fans around the world were excited. After all, the Bulls became a global phenomenon under Jordan’s watch; the 5-time MVP and ten-time...

Coronavirus Diaries: 3-20-20

Coronavirus Diaries: 3-20-20

Morgan Barnes, News Editor

March 20, 2020

To document this unprecedented, historic time, Eagle Eye staffers and South community members will share their personal reflections. After one week in quarantine, I’ve learned a few things. Mainly how to not go insane. FaceTime has been my savior throughout this week. I’ve been able to talk to ...

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