Red Ink

Poetry Out Loud


March 9, 2012

By: Kendell Carlson On February 15, Tia Jones competed in the Poetry Out Loud competition and took first place for her recitation of her historical poem named To My Ladies by Lady Mary Chudleigh. For weeks, students prepared for ...

Eaton anticipates end of the world

Avery Jones

February 15, 2012

By: Avery Jones With the arrival of 2012, the topic of the end of the world has never been more prominent. According to the Mayan calendar, The Long Count, the world, as it is currently known, will come to an end on December 21 this year. Many people at EHS are skeptical that the wo...

Relax…17 years until astroid


February 6, 2012

By: John Ottoson It's Friday morning, April 13, 2029, and what may seem like a normal day ends up being the end of the world. As you look to the sky, a giant ball of various chemicals, earth and non-earth materials burn a hole in the atmosphere. As a last ditch effort for l...

Arroyo picked as covergirl for magazine


November 15, 2011

By: Haley Cox EHS Senior Karelly Arroyo never expected to be thrust into the spotlight. She simply “saw it in a magazine.” She learned that sometimes all it takes is an opportunity after deciding to compete for a spot o...

LARP: live action role playing


October 31, 2011

It’s a great day out so you decide to go for a walk. As you walk along you pass by a park. For the most part, it’s empty. Then out of nowhere, you hear a battle cry. As you spin, you see two groups charging toward each other...

Softball girls push the line between initiation and hazing


October 4, 2011

By: Avery Jones Jerseys and long socks may be the typical uniform for softball players, but on September 12, the three freshmen on the varsity team, Jayla Jarnagin, Laynee Hager, and Emily Willier (11) could be found around the s...

Remembering September 11, 2001


September 11, 2011

By: Haley Cox The EHS Red Ink would like to take this time to remember one of the darkest days in American history. On September 11, 2001, nearly 3,000 lives were lost; the United States was in a state of emerg...

Students “got mail”


September 2, 2011

By: Hannah Glines In a first-ever email move, Eaton High School took a leap in the world of technology and giving every student and teacher their own Gmail account to synchronize communication. After experiencing continuous tr...

A Little Stress?


September 1, 2011

By: Bailey Wilson With every ring of the early-morning bell and the buzz in the hallway quieting down, stress levels are prone to the demanding nature of everyday school schedules. Sure, it may be a new day, but the burden of...

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