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Whenever you see this cover, stop and take a listen

Bombs Away: Direct hits

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Print co-editor
May 10, 2015
(left to right) Harry Laiveling, Michael O'Brien, and Max Hammersmith all pledge their allegiance to the Fighting Irish as part of their class of 2019

One Panther, big campus

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Print co-editor
May 10, 2015
The new Jumbotron helps describe the feelings of every fan sporting Cubbie blue

Wait ’till next year

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Print co-editor
April 9, 2015
Elder basketball players Brad Miller (left) and Mitch Moorhead (bottom), hockey player Sam Coffaro (top), and wrestlers Mark Adams and Gage Brock (right) will all represent the Panthers at the collegiate level next year

Moving on up

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Co-Editor in Chief
March 6, 2015
Whether in the fieldhouse (top) or the wrestling/volleyball gym (bottom) the Elder cheering section always makes the visiting team wish they'd stayed home

The bigger the better?

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Co-editor in Chief
March 3, 2015
Sean Casey will be returning to the Queen City on February 12th to speak at Elder's annual sports stag

The return of the Mayor

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Print co-editor
February 5, 2015
The members of Blink-182 (from left to right): Mark Hoppus (lead vocals and bass), Tom DeLonge (guitar), and Travis Barker (drums)

Staying together for the kids

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Print co-editor
February 4, 2015
Highway to hell(cat)

Highway to hell(cat)

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Print co-editor
January 6, 2015
Side by side, the two most commonly used methods of taking notes at Elder High School

Taking or faking notes?

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Co-editor
December 5, 2014
Max Merritt's design for the Teen Read contest is superimposed over the Elder library.

A reason to read

Rob Ellerhorst '15, Co-editor
November 11, 2014
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