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Poster Club journeys back to the walls

Poster Club journeys back to the walls

Matthew Mahon '18, Staff Writer

As the 2017-2018 school year begins, the cafeteria has a new but familiar look. For many underclassman students here at Elder High School, the poster club might not be a known...

September 13, 20171 Comment

2017 Elderfest review: sparks changes for next year

2017 Elderfest review: sparks changes for next year

The 2016-2017 school year is coming to a close, and one of the trademark events hinting towards summer is the annual Elderfest. Elderfest provides an opportunity for students...

May 24, 2017No Comments

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Features

The house that overlooks the Pit

The house that overlooks the Pit

Steven Seger '19, Staff Writer

For years, a purple and white house has stood majestically on Regina Avenue right adjacent to the Pit. That purple and white place has come to be known as the Elder House. Many people tailgate and watch the sport events taking place in the Pit from there. The house was built in 1912, but it wasn’t owned by an Elder grad until 2008 when Don Grace purchased the house at a sheriff's auction. For those of you who aren't familiar with a sheriff auction, it is a public auction of property repossessed to satisfy an unpaid obligation, and it's generally done because a mortgage lender repossessed the property and is trying to sell it. Mr. Grace comes from a long line of Elder alums. In an interview with him he said, "My dad and uncles grew up in St. Lawrence and m...

September 13, 2017No Comments

A new Panther arrives

A new Panther arrives

Wyatt Albers '18, Co Editor-in-Chief

The Elder Panther is a symbolic sign of what the high school is really all about.  It represents the current Elder students and the Alumni who walked the halls many years...

September 13, 20171 Comment

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Elder football attempts to prevent concussions with new helmet covers

Elder football attempts to prevent concussions with new helmet covers

Will Schoose '18, Staff Writer

Ever since its beginning, the sport of football has dealt with the issue of head concussions that have occurred among many players. Some players have suffered head trauma,...

September 18, 2017No Comments

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3D printing spreads around Elder

3D printing spreads around Elder

Justin Donovan '18, staff writer

When I initially found out about the 3D printers here in Elder High school I was dumbfounded. I felt like I hit the holy grail of technology. I was wondering how many people...

September 13, 2017No Comments

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Quill scenes

This week in Journalism we decided we would try and show what its really like to be at work on The Purple Quill. Many peo...

May 16, 2017

Students find taco paradise

One of the most popular up and coming "restaurants" is one that has been flying under the radar for years.  The little taco...

May 16, 2017

Elder hiking club climbs to new heights

The Hiking Club is Elder's newest trend. Co-founder Austin Gilkey and member David Daeschner provide us with info about the...

May 15, 2017

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