Senior gains publicity after entrepreneurial endeavor.
Students experience different ways of getting their news.
To continue his love of playing jazz music, senior Michael Dannov plays downtown and started his own jazz band of East students.
Sophomore Bailey Riecker’s family has a tradition of serving in the military, and she will soon decide whether or not she will follow in those footsteps.
Argentina native, Rosa Detrixhe, uses her expertise to teach Spanish classes.
The Freelancer held its first poetry slam Nov. 24 to raise funds for their publication.
Instead of self-harming, there are other options to release anger, hurt and tension.
There are different signs and preventative measures to take surrounding suicide. This guide explains some of the best ways to help a suicidal person.
As winter weather quickly approaches, many East students are starting their yearly hibernation period. However, four East students are fending off these cold vibes by using the season to partake in their favorite winter traditions and activities.
The Harbinger Online staff offers little reasons to live every day as part of The Suicide Project.
After transferring to East from SM South, senior Casey Owen has been banned from debating through the school due to KSHSAA regulations.
Sophomore Maddie DeTommaso struggled with bullying for most of her life. Although it drove her to suicide when she was younger, she now feels free from depression.