Reflecting on how his sexuality changes the way people see him, Sean Overton asks that people not place so much emphasis on stereotypes.
Senior Andrew McKittrick is the last of four siblings to graduate from East, and he has learned a lot from his three sisters.
As she leaves for college, senior Maddie Schoemann’s little brother will be entering high school — and she wants to pass on some advice.
After years of being told that she and her mom are “exactly alike,” senior Lauren Brown knows that her mom will be the hardest person to leave.
If senior Jordan Hall has learned anything at East, it’s how to embrace being awkward.
After 18 years with her three sisters, senior Grace Heitmann knows that college will be difficult without her built-in best friends.
East has been a part of senior Maddie Hise since she was born. Now, it is hard to say goodbye.
After a year of baking challenges, staffer Susannah Mitchell has learned what baking is all about.
Senior Sarah Berger has found her place in high school through the journalism program. She plans on attending the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and majoring in journalism next year.
Senior Morgan Twibell reflects on the greatest love of her high school years.
As the middle child of her family, senior McKenzie Swanson has gained many positive qualities from her siblings.
Senior Katie Knight has found her passion in journalism and will pursue it next year at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.