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.
Junior Ana Calomino only began seriously drawing four months ago, yet she has seen her work expand and flourish in that short timespan.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Everyone knows there are animals here at East, but many don’t know much about them. Here’s an inside look at some of the creatures and critters that crawl through the halls of East.
The students in Creative Co/Lab are fast approaching the date of their art exhibition and have begun working on ideas for their projects.