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.
Although men often go into science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professions, women are less eager to go into the field. Due to the low percentage of women who enter STEM careers, the field is suffering a shortage of workers.
Former student Karly McNeil struggled with the difficulties of modeling professionally. But after almost throwing her career away, she has decided to leave life at home to pursue her career in New York City, New York.
Former East student beats breast cancer and starts male breast cancer awareness foundation.
Lancer teachers Shawn and Jennifer Hair have their second child together, a girl named Caroline Eileen Hair.
Senior Emily Hamel has found that there is no better way to channel her creativity than to interact with her pet tarantula, Marilyn.
Seniors Corinne Stratton, Abby and Sally Sweeney celebrate Christmas by wearing Christmas sweaters the entire month of December.
Level 10 freshman gymnast Maddie Kampschroeder dedicates herself to the sport.
As an alternative, social way to experience tobacco, hookah provides a release and source of relaxation for teens. But a rise in teens’ usage of hookah could be accompanied with health risks.
Freshman Eva Tucker spends her free time working on aerial silks and lyra after previously competing in gymnastics.
Junior Jack Anderson and Dan Walker have been close friends since kindergarten. Since they first met, their compassion and dedication to each other has made Dan’s disability unimportant.
A year after former student Tyler Rathbun’s death, current and former students honor him by continuing to maintain his memorial.