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Senior Issue: Chloe Domingues
Ogonna Nnodimele, News Editor • June 21, 2022

This previously ran in our 2022 June Senior Issue. As vice president of the Class of 2022, Chloe Domingues has made significant strides. Aside from leading through an office position, she also participated in Habitat for Humanity, No Place for Hate, and Activism Club.  In the fall, Domingues will attend Lehigh University, one of her top college choices. She plans to study speech therapy, hoping to travel and help people in that field.  Stinger: What is your favorite memory from Emmaus?...

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Senior Issue: JJ Eudja
Thomas Hartill, Former Editor in Chief • June 21, 2022

This previously ran in our 2022 June Senior Issue. In his four years at Emmaus, Jonathan “JJ” Eudja has been known as a student who never fails to brighten everyone’s days. Appearing on ETV every Friday, Eudja has been an important fixture of the Emmaus High School community.  Since his freshman year, Eudja has been a part of the theater program working with sound, has played on the school’s volleyball team, and has been a vital part of ETV.  After graduation, Eudja plans on attending...

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Senior Issue: Thomas Hartill
Maximus McGrath, Sports Editor • June 21, 2022

This previously ran in our 2022 June Senior Issue. Thomas Hartill joined The Stinger as a deputy arts & culture editor his sophomore year; he remained in that role until his senior year when he stepped into even larger shoes than his size 14 Nike Air Monarchs: editor-in-chief. Hartill’s extracurricular participation started with ETV freshman year, largely inspired by his viewing of La La Land in 2017. He has since joined the German Club his junior year and Academic Team senior year....

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EHS Shave for the Brave event raises $150,000 for pediatric cancer research
Alice Adams, Photo Editor • May 5, 2022

This previously ran in our April 2022 print issue.  

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EHS students showcase talent at annual Broadway Night: in photos
EHS students showcase talent at annual Broadway Night: in photos
Alice Adams and Bethany Brown February 26, 2022

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Self-medication: When substance abuse and mental health collide
Greta Miller, Ari Bowman, and Eleanor Creelman May 23, 2021

Emmaus senior Cole Smith first encountered drugs in a social setting, mostly smoking marijuana in a recreational manner with friends. As time went on, they would socialize with the sole purpose of getting...

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Winter is coming: Students reflect on fun snow day activities
Vivian Kirkpatrick, Contributor • December 13, 2021

Winter is soon approaching Pennsylvania as residents and weather predictions have officially suggested that winter may be coming harder and faster than years prior.  Pennsylvania should be expecting...

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Senior Issue: Ethan Strzempek
Belle Lees, Former Deputy News Editor • June 21, 2022

This previously ran in our 2022 June Senior Issue. In addition to his courses, Ethan Strzempek became very involved in the running community at EHS as a member of the cross country, winter track, and...

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Smith brings competition and energy to final season
Joey Draper, Staff Writer • June 13, 2022

This previously ran in our April 2022 print issue. Senior Marybeth Smith has been a force on defense for Emmaus girls lacrosse since she stepped on the field freshman year. Smith has also been able...

To the Max: Difficulties of being a multi-sport athlete in high school
To the Max: Difficulties of being a multi-sport athlete in high school
Maximus McGrath, Sports Editor • June 8, 2022

This previously ran in our April 2022 print issue. Multisport athletes are now appearing few and far between as the modern era of youth sports grows more all-consuming from a young age.  Coaches...

From the Sidelines: Emmaus lacrosse looks to continue success
From the Sidelines: Emmaus lacrosse looks to continue success
Joey Draper, Staff Writer • June 8, 2022

This previously ran in our April 2022 print issue. Emmaus boys lacrosse entered the 2022 season as reigning district champions. The Hornets, who have been one of the area’s best as of late, are searching...

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Senior Issue: Lucy Strydesky
Olivia Marler, Former Deputy Opinion Editor • June 21, 2022

This previously ran in our 2022 June Senior Issue. Lucy Strydesky has traveled worldwide to show off her Irish step dancing talents with her...

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Solid Gold: the local Drag experience in Emmaus
Adithi Katikhaneni, Former Arts & Culture Editor • June 1, 2022

This previously ran in our April 2022 print issue.  Built on a shady past of excluding and shaming women, modern drag can trace its fantastic...

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Everything Everywhere; wildly creative and heartwarming all at once
Sadie Dallas, Former Deputy Arts & Culture Editor • May 31, 2022

“Don’t you see what is happening to your mind?”  This is what Evelyn Wang’s father says to her as he tries to convince her to kill...

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Jason comes to allentown for horror con
Maeve Yanes, Features Editor • May 31, 2022

This previously ran in our April 2022 print issue.  On the weekend of March 5, many horror idols visited the Lehigh Valley for PA Horror...

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