The current electronic policy states that cellphones must not be in use during class time. But by the end of the 2014-2015 school year, all of that could all change.
Athletes often turn to energy drinks to feel well-prepared for practices and games, but most aren’t aware of the negative effects that could destroy their heart health.
Around East, different clubs and organizations have been selling their own merchandise in the hallways every Friday morning.
East students can support the Johnson County Christmas Bureau (JCCB) at the Panera in Corinth Square from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14. Panera will donate a percentage of their profits to Stuco who will then donate all the proceeds to the JCCB.
An unknown thief has stolen money for the DECA trip, New York last week.The trip will take place November 20-24.
Today and tomorrow, 23 teams will participate in the 25th Annual SHARE Dodgeball Tournament. The tournament raises money and food for the Christmas Bureau and Children’s Mercy.
The football team will be hosting a fundraiser at the Chipotle at 75th and Wornall tonight from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Coalition kicked off its newest advocacy project, “No Shave November” on Thursday, Oct. 31. The contest will run from Friday, Nov. 1 to Sunday, Monday, Dec. 2.
Jack Kennedy’s visit to East 50 years ago will be re-created by members of the Johnson County Democratic party on Nov. 16.
The annual fall play, The Children’s Hour, premiered on Thursday night in the SM East’s Dan Zollars Auditorium and will show though Nov. 9.
Students experience problems with the online Common Application process, effecting their college application deadlines.
New research shows that cheating may actually make cheating students feel powerful, and it has become easier for students to do by utilizing the technology they have access to.