Thank you so much to the entire staff of the 2013-2014 school year. It has been a great year, and we are looking forward to what the upcoming year will bring.
EE Senior Sports Editor ‘14
Well, It’s been an amazing 4 years working on the Eagles Eye. I’ve grown so much since starting out as a copyeditor back as a freshman and working my way up to Senior Sports Editor my senior year. It’s been an utter joy doing what I love, watching sports and being able to write about them.
Jack Zhang ’14
The pen is mightier than the sword. Unless your pen is a sword, in which case you’d be Percy Jackson. All joking aside, ever since I was little I have always believed that words, in particular writing, have enormous power: they give people the chance to express themselves. This belief is something I have carried with me throughout all my four years in the Eagle’s Eye.
Kevin Pacelli ’14
I remember walking into my first Eagle’s Eye meeting at the end of my freshman year with strong ambitions. I knew that journalism was a career field I was somewhat interested in, and I thought this was the perfect place to start. As it turns out, it’s a good thing I decided to join.
Alison Kuznitz ‘15
EE Sr. Opinions Editor
Kevin Pacelli ‘14
On Friday May 16, THS students and people from throughout the Trumbull community filed into the auditorium to watch contestants of all grade levels pour out their emotions in the form of poetry. This year’s Poetry Slam marked the third annual event of its kind at Trumbull High School, and it certainly did not disappoint.
The Trumbull High School Student Council and their advisors, Mr. LaBarca and Mr. Broccolo, sponsored a Spring Spirit Week from May 19th-23rd.
Slideshow of Spring Spirit Week–Photos by Mr. DeLuca
Bhavya Bhushan ’16
Girls Track finished their regular season with an outstanding record of 10-1. After working incredibly hard at practice, through rain, snow, and heat, the girls had one of the best seasons the school has seen.
Katherine Boback ’17
We’ve been assigned homework since before many of us knew how to spell our own names. Now, as high schoolers, it’s safe to say that the homework load has drastically increased since we’ve left first grade, understandably. But how much is too much?
Paulina Howard ’15
EE Lifestyle Editor
There is something so awe-inspiring for children to see an ambulance, firetruck, or police car fly by their house that inflicts such pride and admiration for their hometown heros. It’s a childhood dream to fill the rubber boots of a firefighter, wear the prodigious badge of a police officer, or to be able to administer medicines via injection like a paramedic can do. And there is nothing more spectacular than feeding your child’s interest in a certain dream for their future. The best way to do that? Bring your entire family and children to Trumbull’s Emergency Medical Service’s Family Fun Day at 250 Middlebrooks Ave, Trumbull, CT on Saturday May 17 from 10:00am-1:00pm.
Lia Horyczun ’16
EE Senior News Editor
Sherry D. Ficklin’s latest book, Losing Logan, was released last week by Clean Teen Publishing. She is known for previous titles such as The Gods of Fate Trilogy, After burn: Military Brats, and Extracted: the Lost Imperials” (co-written with Tyler H. Jolley). This book is geared towards paranormal-loving audiences who like a good mystery and some romance too. Ficklin’s dedication on the book’s title page reads: “For everyone who was ever mean to me in high school. Suck it”