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Stuff You Should Know: Delta P In Bodies Of Water

Delta P, shown as ΔP, is a symbol that simply denotes changes in pressure. However, when found underwater, Delta P can be deadly, and even minute lapses of judgment have caused fatal accidents. When two bodies of water come together and one has a higher pressure than the other, the high-pressure water will always try to move to the lower-pressure water to create equilibrium. This basic idea has created many problems with divers working underwater.…

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Cross Country Cool Down

Last Saturday, November 6th, the 2021 cross-country state championship race marked the end of the fall running season. Held at the Michigan International Speedway, top runners from all across the state arrived to compete in their final race of the year. Eight runners from Forest Hills Eastern earned their spot in Saturday’s race, and the rest of the team traveled to the raceway to cheer on their teammates. More than a last hurrah, the state…

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A Play Not Only for the Heart, but from the Heart

Our Town, the play prepared and performed by Forest Hills Eastern Theatre, was a tug at people’s heartstrings. Through hours and hours of dedication, a masterpiece was presented by performers as they brought the heartfelt show to life. The plans and casting for the play began mid-September and the process lasted until November 6, the final show. Throughout the two-month process, performers practiced and developed ways to help their characters leap across the stage as…

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The Final Play: Season Wrap-up

Forest Hills Eastern’s Varsity Football season is officially coming to a close.    Uniforms are being handed in, practices have ended, and the cold is setting in. Eastern’s team closed the season after the Playoff game against Unity Christian, a 9-0 team. Unfortunately, Eastern did not advance past the playoffs. Though disappointing for both the team and the school as a whole, this year marks the second season in a row with Eastern in the…

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An End to a Vibrant Season for Varsity Volleyball

The Girls Varsity Volleyball team wrapped up their season this week – finishing with a record of 5-3. The team had a strong, memorable season thanks to their connections to each other and team cooperation. At their last game of the season, a rainy and cold day, emotions were running high among players, especially seniors, as they recounted all their previous games and celebrated their last game together. The team played an exciting, tense game…

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Bursting Through Boundaries

With the conclusion of the fall season also comes the conclusion of fall sports. Forest Hills Eastern’s Junior Varsity Football team fought through every game until the end. Although they ended with a record of 2-5-1, FHE battled until the final seconds. As a newcomer to FHE last year, Mark Fuehrer (‘24), the quarterback for the Hawks, was able to push through competitions with grit and determination as he and the team aimed for victory.…

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Fair Trade: A Movement Behind The Label

Throughout everyday lives, people go about their business: shopping and taking care of their errands. In a society where countless options and brands are available, many people overlook where the items they buy come from, or how those corporations treat their employees. Though it is easy to overlook, it is important that consumers are aware of the policies of who they are supporting with their purchases. Thankfully, there is a simple solution that allows customers…

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Stuff You Should Know: Hillsborough Human Crush

On April 15th,1989, 96 people died in Hillsborough stadium; “crushed” (causes of death vary) to death by other humans. Located in England, the Hillsborough stadium was stormed by nearly twenty five thousand fans who congregated to witness a soccer game. Too many fans tried to enter the stadium at the same time, and the fenced-in nature of the stands at Hillsborough ment people were packed together to the point where they asphyxiated. This accident is…

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Against All Odds: The 2021 Atlanta Braves

As of July 27, 2021, the season the Atlanta Braves had envisioned was not panning out. The World Series hopeful team was sitting at 50 wins and 52 loses, putting them five and a half games behind the division-leading New York Mets. It was safe to say that the team that made it to the National League Championship Series the year prior was not the same. The Braves needed to make some adjustments by the…

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Hauntingly Halloween- The Search for Spooky Cinema, Edition 3

Welcome back to the final installment of scary movie reviews. As October came to a close with Halloween last week, the movies I’m reviewing are more typical horror movies that everyone knows and loves. However, take caution if you’re not a huge fan of horror movies, because these have some pretty terrifying scenes.  The first movie I’ll be reviewing is The Thing, directed by John Carpenter in 1982. It focuses on a group of researchers…

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