Matt Hanson shares his experience at Shawnee Mission East by recalling past experiences about trips, his regrets and his future.
After growing up with a gay uncle, staffer Susannah Mitchell has never understood the controversy over gay marriage. Here she discusses why she feels that love is love, no matter what.
Staffer Will Brownlee discusses American ignorance to the impact of its foreign policy and explains a few reasons behind terrorist attacks towards Americans.
Staffer Julia Poe talks about an eye-opening speech she heard at a journalism convention in San Francisco.
Junior Morgan Twibell reflects on how sometimes, it’s not too bad being the youngest sibling.
The Editorial Board speaks out against the misuse of Twitter around East.
Senior Anne Willman looks back at her life and decides to appreciate her life more and live it to the fullest.
House Bill 2253, “The Pro-Life Protections Act”, fuels discussion between students and teachers at East.
Blogs editor Taylor Bell discusses the impact that media has on citizens and the recent tragedies in the news.
Staffer Julia Poe finds herself surprised by a trashy teen novel.
State voucher programs use education budget money to provide funds to students so that they can attend private schools. The Harbinger Staff agrees that this is not a good use of education budget money and that Kansas should not adopt this policy.
Staffer Greta Nepstad ventured into China with her friend, Katy, who was adopted from China and on a mission to meet her adoptive parents. The beauty of the new culture and country surprised Greta.