Incumbent Republican is challenged in the US Senate Race while Kansas Governor’s race is heating up.
Trend among parents results in reluctance to vaccinate children for flu season this year
World Leaders met on Sept. 23 at a United Nations Summit in order to find solutions to the issue of climate change
Studies show that early school times and busy schedules can cause students to not receive enough sleep
Kansas senator candidates Pat Roberts and Greg Orman compete in a close election for Kansas Senate that could potentially have effects on both political parties.
An enterovirus centered in the Midwest has hospitalized over 300 kids, although no East students have been hospitalized yet.
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.