Here’s what you need to know this week.
President Barack Obama’s speech from the Uptown Theatre last Thursday.
New federal laws will cause a change in food choices offered in the cafeteria next year.
East reevaluates security policies in the wake of the one-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Massacre.
The computer programming industry is steadily growing, despite the lackluster state of the U.S. economy. However, not even a third of the existing programming jobs are filled. This lack of interest in programming is obvious in East programming classes, which have very small numbers and hardly any female students.
Sophomore Marlaina Kaine’s uncle, Tim Kaine, wins a Virginia senate seat after being governor.
SM East students express opinions on the presidential election.
News briefs for the week of Oct. 22
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Local and national news briefs for issue one of the Harbinger.
The Obama Administration is taking an innovative approach to recruiting volunteers through their Fellowship Program. The Fellowship is a volunteer program which reaches out to many age groups ranging from student volunteers all the way to retired individuals.
Many East students applying to colleges are forced to make the decision between expensive, prestigious universities and schools where scholarships are more readily available. The difference in tuition costs between Kansas University and the Forbes list of the top 10 colleges in the U.S. is an average of $21,772. College recruiters, East seniors and alumni weigh in on how to approach this challenging decision.