Look at pictures from the annual Theatre Kickball game that was at Corinth elementary this year! The theme this year was superheroes. This year’s teams were Captain America, Iron man, spider man and Batman.
Junior Caroline Roe’s parents produce Tastebud magazine, a guide to food, recipes and restaurants in Kansas City.
Three students share why they want to audition for MTV’s show, MADE
As social media platforms such as Twitter grow in popularity at East, it might be creating a new way for students to perceive the East social structure.
Junior Joe Libeer and sophomore Clark Doerr have be recently appointed to take over seniors Will Cray and Nick Kraske’s roles on “Sports Picks”.
Senior Joe Simmons talks about how his interest in business has grown in high school, as well as his history with student council and orchestra.
Senior Samie Fetzer talks about her experiences at East, memorable moments, regrets and the importance of having a great group of friends.
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New apps and Facebooks groups are helping students to find roommates
Former East student Haley Fisher writes a series of novels that include scenes from East and Prairie Village.
English teacher Laura Beachy gets engaged to her boyfriend of one year, much to the delight of Beachy’s students and faculty members.
Freshman Peregrine Belding discovered a love for theatre at a young age. When he was in eighth grade, he finally received a lead role in a musical, starring in “All Shook Up.” Through various other experiences and camps, Belding has grown as an actor and as a person. His love for theatre has now led him to help direct the Indian Hills Middle School musical and pass down his knowledge to younger generations.