Elmira High School’s journalism class dates back to the 1950s. Falcon News recently took a look back at past issues, and some of what we found might surprise you.
This week’s blast from the past is about how “Bad sleep habits affect many teens”.
EHS students in 2014 open up about their phone habits
Studies show a connection between social media use and shortening attention spans
With band, choir, and guitar, EHS offers a little of something for everyone
Falcon News wants to remind students of their commitments to the new year
Junior Andrew Taubr’s dog is a German shepherd wolf mix
EHS students at that time heard from a guest speaker with knowledge of the subject
Members of the EHS Drama Club pose for a mirror picture in their costumes. (Photo by Lea Baldree / Falcon News)
Piper Gagner says the song brings back good memories of her 10-year-old brother
Have you ever wondered how other cultures celebrate the new year?
Falcon News publishes a blast from the past each week
Keesha Baldree’s hamster loves to run on a wheel in the middle of the night
Elmira students speak out about Mechagodzilla, and one comes out on top
EHS students share what they are wishing for during the holidays
Santa knows his reindeer can’t compete with this restored muscle car
Falcon News will publish a blast from the past each week
Sophomore Owen Booth says he likes the song’s drums and vocals
A double rainbow is seen over Cantrell Road in Eugene in September.
This chocolate lab pit bull mix loves tearing up stuffed animals
The sun rises over a front yard in Elmira. (Photo by Ruby Bowditch / Falcon News)
Falcon News asked students about the animator’s iconic creations
Senior Rachel Matthews’ yellow lab loves her donut-shaped plush toy
She enjoys kicking mud and being loud in the truck she named Blue
Kiryu’s a great Mechagodzilla but is overrated/underrated in certain cases. With the series, it’s high time to bring back the freshness of this MG for good.
A sunset in Walton.
They also say who they’re thankful for this holiday season
Mrs. Wartenbee’s farm dog and her ‘puppy’ William
King Godzilla was on a rampage, with Godzilla seemingly dead, he had no one to oppose him until: Machine G!
EHS students are invited to stop by on Tuesdays and Thursdays after school
Portraits and stories of 20 women are on display through Friday