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  • Gallery: Baseball State Tournament
  • Rediscovering KC
  • A Walk Down Memory Lane
  • Classroom Communication
  • Live Broadcast: Graduation
  • How To Do-It-Yourself
  • Senior Profile: Noah Marsh

Gallery: Baseball State Tournament

The East Baseball team played in the 6A State Baseball Tournament on Thursday and Friday. The Lancers beat Junction City on Thursday, only to fall to Shawnee Mission Northwest on Friday in the semifinal. The team ended their season with their first Sunflower League title in 29 years and a […]

Rediscovering KC

Once school gets out, not everyone gets to wait in line for Splash Mountain at Disney World or take a scenic bike tour of southern France. For those who are stuck at home, there’s still plenty of stuff to do on your Kansas City staycation. Rediscover your hometown with these hidden gems over your summer break.

A Walk Down Memory Lane

Freshman Abby Walker reminisces on her life with her brother Dan and the obstacles they overcame as a family.

Classroom Communication

East weighs the appropriateness of teacher-student social media interaction.

Live Broadcast: Graduation

Tune in at 6:30 p.m. to watch the SM East graduation ceremony live, anchored by staffers Tommy Sherk and Aidan Epstein.

How To Do-It-Yourself

It was easy to bring out my inner creativity and do whatever I wished with these three simple DIY projects. My inner artist was brought out easily, which is hard to do considering I am in no way artistic. They make cute and personalized products and only require supplies you can find in your house.

Senior Profile: Noah Marsh

Senior Noah Marsh has taken advantage of opportunities in high school, thus allowing him to develop his own business of wooden bow ties.

 

News »

Senior Wins Blue Star Award for Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role

Senior Wins Blue Star Award for Outstanding Actor in a Lead Role

Graduated senior Austin Dalgleish received a Blue Star award for Outstanding Actor last night for his performance as Seymour in the winter musical, Little Shop of Horrors

 

Not Dressed to Impress

Not Dressed to Impress

Dress code email sent from associate principle, Britt Haney, sparks conversation among the student body.

 

Sports »

Gallery: Baseball State Tournament

Gallery: Baseball State Tournament

The East Baseball team played in the 6A State Baseball Tournament on Thursday and Friday. The Lancers beat Junction City on Thursday, only to fall to Shawnee Mission Northwest on Friday in the semifinal. The team ended their season with their first Sunflower League title in 29 years and a […]

 

Spring Roundup

Spring Roundup

Check out a roundup of this years’ spring sports.

 
 

Multimedia »

Soundslide: Prom 2015

Soundslide: Prom 2015

View this soundslide of students at Prom 2015. It was held at Union Station on May 9.

 

Final say: Akshay Dinakar

Final say: Akshay Dinakar

Senior Akshay Dinakar talks about his time at east.

 

A&E »

Rediscovering KC

Rediscovering KC

Once school gets out, not everyone gets to wait in line for Splash Mountain at Disney World or take a scenic bike tour of southern France. For those who are stuck at home, there’s still plenty of stuff to do on your Kansas City staycation. Rediscover your hometown with these hidden gems over your summer break.

 

How To Do-It-Yourself

How To Do-It-Yourself

It was easy to bring out my inner creativity and do whatever I wished with these three simple DIY projects. My inner artist was brought out easily, which is hard to do considering I am in no way artistic. They make cute and personalized products and only require supplies you can find in your house.

 
 

Features »

Classroom Communication

Classroom Communication

East weighs the appropriateness of teacher-student social media interaction.

 

Senior Profile: Bethany Wiles

Senior Profile: Bethany Wiles

Senior Bethany Wiles will be attending Raikes School of Computer Science and Management, an exclusive computer science program.

 

Opinion »

Musings: Will Oakley

Musings: Will Oakley

Senior Staffer Will Oakley shares his final farewell.

 

Unquantifiable: Pauline Werner

Unquantifiable: Pauline Werner

Senior Staffer Pauline Werner shares her senior column.

 
 

Homegrown »

Live Broadcast: Spring Choir Concert

Live Broadcast: Spring Choir Concert

Tune in Wednesday at 7 p.m. to watch the SM East Choirs perform in the Spring Choir Concert, directed by Ken Foley. The theme for the concert is love, and will begin with the Choraliers greatest hits of the year, followed by love-themed music from each of the five choirs.

 

Honors English Poems

Honors English Poems

Among the many things that are covered in sophomore English class, poetry is one that allows many students to thrive creatively. Currently, Honors English students have been composing their own works during this unit. Here are some that stood out.

 

Eastipedia »

Eastipedia: Krissie Wiggins

Eastipedia: Krissie Wiggins

Krissie Wiggins has many things on her plate. From being a mother to now being the director of the SHARE program here at East.

 

Eastipedia: IB classes

Eastipedia: IB classes

The International Baccalaureate (IB) program at East is one that draws many students to participate in what is a worldwide-recognized program.