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.
Each year, the FreeLancer chooses a theme for their issue. This issue’s theme is surreal. It can be anything abstract, haunting or even exciting. It is an open idea for artists to have some freedom with.
Since the first meeting of Feminist Club on Feb. 18, students passionate about gender equality can now be found congregating in Room 317 every other Wednesday to discuss the importance of women’s rights around the world.
Watch Roxy Rutherford’s Frequent Friday “Beyond Therapy” here.
Yes, there is an absence of the shiny white suits in “Grease Lightening” and no impromptu dance numbers. But with four or five guys gathered around a car, doing fuel changes to Elvis music, it has the essence of the movie.
On Tuesday March 3rd, the Blue Nights and Blue Notes jazz bands performed ensembles for friends and family.
Watch Breanna Rowe’s Frequent Friday “Crushed” here.
Check out this senior theatre edition of the blue couch starring Abby Cramer and Austin Dalgleish.
After several deaths in his family, Williams has turned to writing short stories, poems and a short book to change his unhappy state into a more accomplished one.
Watch Austin Dalgleish’s frequent friday The Case of the Crushed Petunias.
Emma Chalk was nominated for the photography scholars program at The Nelson and was accepted from 15 students in the KCMO area.