Next week, 18 Repertory Theatre students will be presenting their original one-act plays on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday after school. The shows are written, directed and casted by the students.
On the last Friday of every month, students meet in the library during their lunch for book club. Recently, the library received 15 free copies of “Code Name Verity” from Rainy Day Books.
The artists involved in the Creative Co/Lab have only a month left to finish their projects and set up their exhibition. The Harbinger takes a behind-the-scenes peek at what this process looks like.
Junior Ana Calomino only began seriously drawing four months ago, yet she has seen her work expand and flourish in that short timespan.
Sophomore Caity Maxon shares her passion for a variety of art mediums.
Watch Katie Sgroi’s Frequent Friday “The Game” here.
Laurell Stegelman tells about her artwork in drawing, photography and painting.
While it was one thing to have her dad goof off her in front of a few of her friends, it was another to do it in front of nearly 100 of her friends and peers. But being the daughter of the school choir teacher was something that Bria Foley would have to get used to.
Junior Wyatt Turner talks about his passion for photography.
Sunday evening, it was announced that four East students are first and second place scholarship winners in the Shooting Star scholarship competition.
There are a variety of music tastes here at East. Here are a few students introducing you to their top 5 artists.
On March 12, members of Creative Co/lab filed into a bus and made their way to the Healthy River Partnership headquarters, located at 815 Woodswether Rd.