Honor ✦ Excellence ✦ curiosity ✦ Celebration
The Eclipse is the student newspaper of East West School of International Studies located in Queens, New York; it is one of the main initiatives under Ewsis National English Honors Society which strives to highlight and celebrate language arts. Here at The Eclipse you can find articles written by our middle and high school staff about current events, sports, medias, school, and more. Beyond that, you can also find artwork, poems, features about amazing staff/students within EWSIS community and other forms of prose.
We hope to continue promoting the four pillars of our school, Honor, Excellence, Curiosity, and Celebration, through The Eclipse and serve as a form of unification and communication.
If you would like to work or write for us, please contact:
Co-Editor in Chief Wena Teng: firstname.lastname@example.org
Co-Editor in Chief Liza Tuyuc: email@example.com
NEHS Advisor Amy Matthusen: firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Reading!! 🌏
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By Wena Teng. 2020 has been one hell of a year: from threats of World War III (flashback to those memes) to a worldwide pandemic to scary murder hornets, and protests against police brutality and racism, 2020 has seen it all. Unprecedented and uncertain times like these call for change and new ways to unite!Continue reading “2020 Strong: Persevering Through a Pandemic Amidst a Pandemic.”
By Emily Wang.
By Bryan Ang. Clubs are associations that unite peers through a common interest or goal. These organizations can help provide students with opportunities to participate in activities and interact with their peers. Consequently, individuals develop the skills, knowledge, and mindset needed to succeed in life. For example, in Key Club, members of this student-led organizationContinue reading “From Unity and Community, Clubs Offer It All!”