Ever had to turn down a shopping trip because you simply don’t have the money? Guest blogger Kendall Dunn walks us through her tips for buying on a budget.
In the first installment of her healthy recipe blog, guest blogger Carolyn Wassmer teaches us how to make Java Chip Energy Bites.
In the first of her monthly book review and recommendation blog, staffer Katharine Swindells talks about her summer reads.
For the past week, riots have been raging in Ferguson, Missouri. Staffer Julia Poe explains why high schoolers should pay attention to the protests.
A tutorial on how to make your own create your own memory frame called a shadow box.
Guest blogger Sally Williams weighs in on her opinion of the current conflict between Ukraine and Russia.
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.