In spite of a visual impairment that renders him legally blind, social studies teacher Stephen Laird has found his passion in teaching and history.
Robotics club members become close while working to construct robots, and competing in regional competitions.
East students enjoy rowing, despite early morning practices and intense physical activity.
Junior Bryan Bailey’s band “Township” has found that their music is an outlet for their emotions and also an opportunity to make it big in the music industry.
Mimicking the style of the popular blog ‘Humans of New York’, the Harbinger takes a brief look into the lives of three East students.
Throughout East, there are many different people with different personalities. Take a look at the different personalities of East students and ways they commonly act.
For senior Eli Esry, winning isn’t important. He trains with his sister in mixed martial arts to find confidence and solace in the practical art of hand-to-hand combat.
Senior Ty Nanos plans to take a gap year and work towards a career as a composer.
Sisters Zoe and Hannah Scofield devote their time and passion to rock climbing competitively at the Cave Bouldering Gym. They find the sport is both challenging and addicting, and spend entire days climbing.
After the announcement that laptops, iPads and Apple TV’s would be introduced to curriculum next year, students and administrators are adjusting their teaching plans to accommodate the new technology.
Listen to the background of Love 146 and watch some bands play in the concert.
From hammocking to runway fashion, there are many eccentric clubs at East, many of which have been started this year. Learn about four of these clubs.