Deadpool will have you dying on the floor

Alyssa Vanderbilt

May 12, 2016

Filed under A&E, Opinion

This gruesome action comedy is not a movie you would want see with your mother… But is easily the funniest superhero movie of all time.  If you are familiar with the the hero world,  you know that Marvel is known for throwi...

An Old Fashioned Radio Show With a Twist

Devon Jamieson

July 21, 2015

Filed under A&E, Audio, News, News, Student Life

We have so many choices for music these days: pop, country, classical-crossover, choral, and blues, just to name a few. It seems like we hear all of these genres on the radio, and it drowns out my two favorites: old country and...

Short Story – “Nothing so Certain as Death”

Corey Davis

January 3, 2015

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In the tradition of many great authors, Corey Davis presents his short story, "Nothing so Certain as Death" in serial form. Check in every month for the newest installment.    Part I “Troy! Troy, boy, can’t you hear...

Cooking With Kristina – Apple Mini Cheesecakes

Kristina Blakeney, Culinary Arts Editor

December 14, 2014

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“Cooking with Kristina” is a new feature in the Eagles’ Nest.  Kristina Blakeney, an AMHS senior, has an interest in baking and cooking. She will share weekly cooking tips and tricks to help inspire your cooking. The re...

The Complexity of A Song of Ice and Fire

Corey Davis, Arts and Entertainment

November 16, 2014

Filed under A&E, Opinion

The Game of Thrones was first brought to the public eye by George R.R. Martin when it was first published in 1996. The first novel spawned an entire series titled A Song of Ice and Fire, which Martin is still writing to this day, ...

Star-Lord, Man

Corey Davis, Arts and Entertainment

November 16, 2014

Filed under A&E, Opinion

A runaway prince, a psycho-killer, the Mad Titan Thanos’ daughter, a giant tree and a talking raccoon. Sounds pretty bizarre, I’m sure, but they’re all pretty awesome. These five make up the Guardians of the Galaxy, the la...

Breaking Bad and Why It’s Important

Corey Davis, Arts and Entertainment

November 16, 2014

Filed under A&E, Opinion

When iconic television shows are thought of, many  come to mind: Seinfeld, The Sopranos, The Wire, Friends - the list just goes on. But possibly the highest name on that list has become none other than Breaking Bad. Breaking...

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