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Mastering the Art of the Student Section

What makes a student section what it is? I found myself asking that question this week as I tackled this article. Student sections are a vital part of any school’s sports fanbase. From high school to college the student section is something you just can’t replace. Fortunately, I was able to get a clear picture by asking some of our student body members what makes Eastern’s student section the coolest place to be on Friday…

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How To Apply To College

As November 1st quickly approaches, seniors across the country are frantically attempting to finish their early applications for college, and using Common App or other application portals can present confusing and frustrating challenges that make the process more stressful. If this sounds like you, this article will hopefully answer your questions and make the process less stressful.  What Schools Should I Apply To? The first step in applying to college is to ask yourself  “what…

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SCOTUS Suits Up For Battle

Note: This is not a representation of what Forest Hills or the Hawk Herald believes, it is an opinion piece by the author. The United States Supreme Court is starting its next term, and there are some key issues on the docket. It is expected for the supreme court to review numerous significant issues, such as the right to an abortion (established by Roe v. Wade), gun control laws, religious freedoms, and free speech.  The…

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Stuff you should know: Crassus, the Legendary Roman Leader

Marcus Crassus (115 – 53 BC) was a Roman leader and general. He is considered to be the richest person in Roman history and one of the wealthiest people ever. However, Crassus is not nearly as famous as other leaders from his time, namely Julius Caesar and Pompey the Great. Crassus reached the top of the Roman political ladder and commanded armies that conquered land and staunched rebellions, and yet not many people know his…

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Rowing Through the Storm

Last Sunday the crew team traveled up north for the annual Leelanau regatta. Due to last year’s disrupted COVID season, many of the rowers had never been to this particular regatta. But, thanks to the alumni rowers’ encouragement, this year’s team was looking forward to the races. However, once arriving at Lake Leelanau early Sunday morning, after waking up at five in the morning, many rowers lost the excitement they had felt only a few…

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Coming Soon: Mock Trial

It is important to take advantage of all high school has to offer. Never again will you have the (almost) unlimited ability to join any extracurriculars- whether this be sports, clubs, or a musical group. However, unless you have connections or a passion to do some digging, it can be difficult to know all of the clubs offered at Eastern. This series of articles hopes to shed some light on the different clubs at Eastern…

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Tackling the Loss

Forest Hills Eastern suffered a 13-37 defeat against South Christian last Friday night.   It was warm and raining last Friday night. The moon was a bright, yellow sliver in the sky.  The weather was dropping its pleasant feel, and temperatures were running high. Many of the students of Forest Hills Eastern were fighting some form of sickness, ranging from a head cold to mono. The football team was certainly no exception. So, with the…

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More Cheese Please, October

It’s already the middle of October, and it’s a little too soon to start the November food arrangement. But there’s so much cheese to share in the meantime. A mid-month cheese display is the perfect solution. “More Cheese Please” is going to be a shorter segment about a few cheeses and something tasty to pair them with. It’s a better way to spotlight cheese and not include an entire board to distract from it. The…

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Hauntingly Hallowing- The Search for Spooky Cinema

In the field of scary movies, there are plenty to choose from, especially around Halloween. Regardless of the movie’s cinematic success, millions of Americans annually flock to streaming services and theaters to rewatch and relive their favorite Halloween movies. But which ones are truly the best? This October, I made it my mission to watch one Halloween movie every day, and evaluate each one. These seasonal movies range from lighthearted kid’s movies to critically acclaimed…

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Collections Around Eastern

Collections come in all shapes and sizes, each with a unique style and backstory. As I know from my own experience with collections, they are often started in the spur of the moment and slowly grow until those without proper insight into such matters may refer to them as a hoard. The time and money it takes to continuously collect is what makes collectors a dedicated bunch. Let’s find out what sort of collections are…

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