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Hindsight is 2020

Holly Kate O'Brien, Editor
October 21, 2019

It is the year 2020. Senior projects are completed. You have never been more sleep-deprived in your life. It is time for that moment you have been waiting for ever since you were sitting in that honors math class just wanting to be done. “Etowah is truly an amazing place with so many opportunities for involvement, fun, and growth, and I will definitely miss it as I move on to the next chapter of my life,” Rachel Hugenberg, senior, said. Seniors,...

Styling for Fall

Ansley Melnick, Reporter
October 1, 2019

Fashion designers are obsessed with the upcoming fall fashion. Want to dress like models in Vogue? Well, then it is time to fall in love with the season’s new fashions.  If you have been keeping up with recent fashion, you know that floral has been a popular pattern in boutiques recently. Coming into autumn, designers have taken a fresh perspective on the typical summer design, introducing dark florals. Designs range from maxi dresses to button-up...

Putting pep in students’ steps

Alina Frederick, Editor
September 16, 2019

From the band to different clubs and social media accounts, Etowah’s school spirit has increased noticeably over the past two years. To make football Fridays even more exciting, Stephen Long, band director, came up with the idea to have the band perform on the mornings of home football games.   “I wanted to find a way to have more students' groups interact with each other. Music is...

Hitting a home run in chorus

Nicole Martin, Editor
September 3, 2019

The announcer’s voice blared over the speaker, followed by the words “Etowah High School” as a group of dedicated students walked onto the center of the baseball field with thousands of people watching them. On Aug. 17, Etowah’s Elite Chorus performed “The Star-Spangled Banner” at Suntrust Park for the Braves baseball game, and the Braves were not the only ones with a victory that night. “Walking...

We did start the fire

Angel Beltran, Reporter
August 23, 2019

A silence falls over the field. Marchers stand at attention, carefully watching the drum majors whose hands direct them when to begin playing their music. As the tune starts, it brings images of fire to the audiences’ imagination. The tempo speeds up, and panic starts to form as the imaginary fire spreads rapidly, destroying everything in its path. The Marching Eagles are performing their show “Fire...

The Voice of Eagle Mountain
The Voice of Eagle Mountain