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Saving that Moola

Saving that Moola

Lana Novotny, Senior Editor December 4, 2020

The spread of the virus caused more people to worry about the traditional Black Friday festivities. Standing in long lines and the big crowds are not exactly Covid friendly. For the older population this...

COVID-19’s Affect on Schools

COVID-19’s Affect on Schools

Alexis Greb, Staff reporter November 20, 2020

There is no doubt that Covid-19 is the biggest news story of 2020. Laramie County School District 1’s biggest job over the summer of 2020 was getting students back in school. The implemented precautions are...

Suicide Awareness and It's Significance

Suicide Awareness and It’s Significance

Cristiona Morales, Reporter October 16, 2020

As students we aren’t very aware of our resources when it comes to suicide. According to, Wyoming Department of Health, “It is estimated that every 13 minutes someone in the United States takes their...

The Lack of Tickets

The Lack of Tickets

Lana Novotny, Senior Editor October 14, 2020

The rules for social distancing have prohibited the amount of people that are allowed at each game. For each student who is playing or performing can only have 2 tickets each for their parents. It creates...

Its Getting Hot in Here!

Its Getting Hot in Here!

Alexis Greb, Staff Reporter October 13, 2020

For the past couple of weeks, East has faced storms of smoke and orange skies. This has been affecting air quality making it dangerous for people to go outside for things like sports, band, or P.E. class.  “We haven't had...

Cruising on a Saturday night

Cruising on a Saturday night

Jozlyn West , staff reporter October 13, 2020

Grab your friends and family and head on down to Cheyenne's car cruise, on Carey Ave. Here in Cheyenne there is a car cruise held every Saturday night to help local charities and organizations to raise...

Keeping up with that Covid-19 trend

Keeping up with that Covid-19 trend

Jozlyn West , Ava Kuczarski, and Savannah Whittecar October 13, 2020

In the world we live in we have made a drastic change in schools and other businesses because of a new virus. East High School has had to take several measures to keep students and teachers safe in the...

New Pool Cramps Student Parking Lot

New Pool Cramps Student Parking Lot

Arianna Leuer, Copy editor October 12, 2020

Cheyenne’s East High school has been widely affected by the undergoing project of a brand-new pool. The school has experienced two years now of a dysfunctional setting in the natatorium. At first it...

East Homecoming Travesty

East Homecoming Travesty

Savannah Whittecar, staff reporter October 8, 2020

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, East High school has had to sacrifice many of its annual traditions this year. The most recent was the Homecoming dance. Many of the students at East High were hoping things...

Rowing the boat with yearbook staff

Rowing the boat with yearbook staff

Cristiona Morales and Bailey Miller September 16, 2020

Every year, the yearbook staff works to present the history of East High School. The book kicks off with Jostens Yearbook Summer Workshop, where staff visits Golden, Colorado to build themes, ideas and...

The EHS Yearbook staff released a sneak peek at the cover of the 2020 yearbook.

2020 Yearbooks are here!

STAFF EXPECTS SELL OUT! DO NOT DELAY ORDERING!

The East High yearbook staff is excited to announce the arrival of the 2019-2020 yearbook! This year’s theme – Embrace the Legacy – may have never been more appropriate than now. Obviously, with...

Ready for a European education

Jacobson ready for German immersion

Challeni Riddle May 6, 2020

As they like to say: “If you’re going in, go all in!” And EHS sophomore Steele Jacobson is going all in with a new experience in Germany. In mid-April, Mary Johnson, East High German teacher, announced...

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