Similarly to Homecoming which the student council organized in September, next week there will be a spirit week. Advisor Mrs Mahaney says “This week is meant to appreciate a different aspect of East that we love.”
On December 1st, we purchased one of every snack and beverage available and ranked them according to value and quality. It was an experience that has left us fundamentally altered, both physically and spiritually.
By Amanda Ojeda It’s that time of year again, Valentine’s Day! We are all familiar with the annual carnation drive, where one can buy a...
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The boys’ swim team dove right in this year with an undefeated regular season and a second-place finish at the ECIC Championship Meet. It’s a feat accomplished not only with talent but with the support of brotherhood.
UNICEF club is a new club here at East High School that’s connected to the organization’s mission of advocating for child protection and rights.
Earlier this year, the Biden Administration delayed the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan to September 11th. Mentions of the withdrawal date all the way back to the Obama Administration, but it was only finalized this September. Many fears arose that the Taliban would regain control, and these fears became reality on the days leading up to August 15th, when Taliban fighters took control of the Afghan presidential palace in Kabul.
As the 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence ends, Girl Up is embracing its mission to help abuse victims. For the second year in a row, the club is organizing a card making campaign to spread some positivity this holiday season.
Earlier this year, the Biden Administration delayed the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan to September 11th. East students led the donation drive for household items that will be used in welcome kits for the incoming evacuees.
We may go days without seeing this person, but this person takes good care of all of us behind the scenes. Any paper copy a student is given goes through IMC. In that room, the person who is in charge, Gail Lang, handles most of the copies.