Grayson Zoller

All Things Go
Features, Seniors

All Things Go

By Grayson Zoller All good things must come to an end. High school, though its status as a “good thing” is highly contested, also comes to an end. And with the end of high school comes the end of many of the activities it offers.  Senior Brad Shue has been swimming for nine years, and…

Built To (Miniature) Scale
Features, Seniors

Built To (Miniature) Scale

By Grayson Zoller Building a helicopter is hard. It would be especially hard for one person. But senior Connor Hobbs has built more than just a helicopter. He’s built the Millennium Falcon, an X-Wing, an AT-ST, and more. How has he done all this? They’re all to-scale models that he’s constructed. A scale model is…

The Big Sleep: How Much Rest are Delta Students Getting?
Features

The Big Sleep: How Much Rest are Delta Students Getting?

By Grayson Zoller Students need sleep. There’s no question about that. But how much sleep are the students of Delta High School getting, and how does that compare to how much they should be getting? We polled 109 students, and here’s what Eagle’s Eye magazine found. Sixty-six percent of students said that they would like…

The Ways We Celebrate Thanksgiving
Features

The Ways We Celebrate Thanksgiving

By Grayson Zoller Thanksgiving is a time for family, food and fun. But sometimes people celebrate this American holiday with some twists on the traditional Thanksgiving formula. Thanksgiving is a holiday that is inevitably linked to Christmas in some way or another. For some, it’s watching Santa arrive at the end of the Macy’s Thanksgiving…

A New Chapter for the English Department
Academics, News

A New Chapter for the English Department

By Grayson Zoller Due to a series of unrelated retirements and resignations, the English Department of Delta High School had been left with little more than a skeleton crew to run it. In a race against time to fill positions, Delta ended up with some new recruits less than 48 hours before (and one a…

Two Decades of Progress
Features, Seniors

Two Decades of Progress

By Grayson Zoller Twenty-one years ago, the class of 2000 graduated. This year, the class of 2021 will graduate. A lot has changed since the new millennium has begun, and things are set to change still. In 2000, the Nokia 3310 was the phone to have, and the concept of a smartphone was nonexistent. Now,…

News About News
Academics

News About News

By Grayson Zoller For the first two periods of school, they’re working around the clock to get a show together. This is what the start of the morning looks like for the Eagle Zone News team.  These students are dedicated to providing a news broadcast and other video related projects each and every day. They…

Everything But The Game
Sports

Everything But The Game

By Grayson Zoller What does it take to make a high school basketball game happen? You might think that it’s pretty easy, that you just have two teams arrive at the same place and compete. But it’s not quite that simple.  That game has been in the works for years before the players step foot…

Read All About It!
Academics, Features

Read All About It!

By Grayson Zoller When you think of a librarian, you probably think of someone who just checks out your books at the counter. But there’s more to their job than what you see, proving that you really shouldn’t judge books by their covers. From fixing Chromebook problems to maintaining the huge catalogue of more than…

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