Poem: Black History

Emoni Jones, For the Eagle Online

February 20, 2014

It’s not just a celebration of a people overcoming their struggles Not just a culture, but an era of change We don’t just celebrate this month for its effectiveness to innovate We celebrate not just for their endless fight...

Poem: Justice

Shayla Thompkins, For the Eagle Online

February 16, 2014

It’s been a problem for years, Not enough fighting just billions of tears. They don’t understand what justice is, They say you get what you got. You’re pulling me over for what… Yeah sorry I officer I forgot. You’ll...

Captain Phillips Review

Captain Phillips Review

February 9, 2014

Kwanzaa in America

Kwanzaa in America

December 23, 2013

Why You Need Bad Aspects

Jahlia Finney, The Eagle Staff Columnist

December 17, 2013

In astrology, squares and oppositions are notorious for being hard to handle, while trines and sextiles are known for the opposite.  The later are nice, easy and normalized; they are in your chart to help you, or at least in...

Love in Winter

Saul Bezner, For the Eagle Online

December 17, 2013

Amour en Hiver Le vent frappe tes joues, apportant rouge. Toujours belle. Comme une chandelle, Tu es chaud dans mes bras. -Saul Bezner   Love in Winter The wind hits your cheeks, bringing red. Ever beautiful. ...

Is College Right For You?

Jaelin Opara

December 5, 2013

There is that one point after graduating high school that decides a big part of your life. Should you or should you not go to college? Some are sure they are going, some completely sure they’re not, and some are torn on whether...

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