By: Squire Editors
On Monday, December 26, pipelines in Eisenhower High School burst due to the freezing temperatures, with a low that day being 6 degrees Fahrenheit. In order to get exclusive insight as to what happened, The Squire interviewed three different sources who were in the middle of the action.
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By Cole Kell
Studies show that extreme weather changes can negatively affect mental health. The winter season can cause people to stay inside more and detach from normal activities. This form of “hibernation mode” can increase depression. With daytime in the winter being shorter and having limited sunshine, our bodies produce less serotonin and more melatonin. This means the neurotransmitter associated with happiness is decreased while the chemical associated with depression and sleepiness is increased. The website I got this from was Winter Weather and Mental Health | The Kim Foundation.
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By: Brittany Smith
On Wednesday, January 15, 2020, the Eisenhower Knights wrestling team had a match against Corry. Although Eisenhower as a team did not win, the evening was exciting, as Senior, Logan Jaquay, broke the school record with 118 wins. Previously, Eisenhower alumni, Travis Hummel, held the school record, with 117 wins from 1994-1997. Continue reading Jaquay Breaks School Record →