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Social Justice

Ask me to name a president whose a social justice warrior and first on my list will be Carter.  Definitely Carter.  His work with Habitat for Humanity has earned him the #1 spot on this list. 111 more words


Winter Reading: Arnhem - the Battle for the Bridges

I suppose most of us who’ve watched films and TV series about the Second World War – Saving Private Ryan and Band of Brothers being good examples – would agree that war is hell. 975 more words


Two Years Ago -- CIA Covert Ops in Italy Lasted Long After the 1948 Elections (National Security Archive)

“Despite rhetoric, Eisenhower was not prepared to intervene militarily to block Communists short of forcible seizure of power.”

Dr. Ronald D. Landa — State Department Office of the Historian…

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Eisenhower Gets Ready to Crown Mr. EHS

By: Cody Anthony

Every year around the end of winter, the Eisenhower High School Journalism Club sponsors a competition to find Mr. EHS. Contestants compete in a variety of challenges including describing why they would make a good Mr. 285 more words


Preparing for College and SATs

By: Matthew Vibbert

As the school year gets closer to ending, seniors and soon-to-be seniors are getting themselves ready to go off to college, but first they are preparing to take one of the biggest worries for everyone who might be considering college: the SATs. 491 more words


Jacket Style: The Ike Jacket

I had an easy cosplay post lined up, and I’ll still get to it, but I wanted to mix it up a bit and offer up a post on an accessory that is completely findable, wearable, and historical. 375 more words


IDOT Crews Work To Repair Overpass After Concrete Falls On Car In Oak Park

CHICAGO (CBS)– The Illinois Department of Transportation crews were on the scene Monday morning at the Oak Park Avenue overpass on the Eisenhower after Illinois State police said a piece of concrete fell from the overpass and landed on a driver’s windshield. 166 more words