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Cheyenne East SkillsUSA project Sponsor a Senior
Murphie Dahill, Newspaper Editor April 3, 2024

Cheyenne East High School’s SkillsUSA members Caroline Di Senso, Allie Wagner, and Charli Cameron bring the Cheyenne community together by creating, documenting, and promoting the community service...

Just a Yard Short

Just a Yard Short

East T-Birds rematch of state against the Sheridan Broncs
Murphie Dahill, Newspaper Editor November 20, 2023

As the Cheyenne east football team drove up to Laramie for a rematch against the Sheridan Broncs, hoping this year will be better than last. The T-Birds were second in State after losing to Sheriden before...

The Nun 2 World-Wide Smash Hit

This movie keeps people on the edge of their seat
Amry Stensgaard, Staff November 20, 2023

  As we wrap up the spooky season, let’s talk about the newest Halloween movie that came out. The Nun II. The Conjuring universe celebrates 10 years in the business with their newest movie...

Is She Worth the Hype… No

Taylor Swift is Overhyped
Kailey Williams, Photo Editor November 20, 2023

Taylor Swift is arguably one of the most successful female artists of the generation, however the hype is overrated. In my opinion, her music sounds like retail music, something you would hear when shopping...

Cheyenne East T-Birds Get Ready For Wrestling Season

Cheyenne East T-Birds Get Ready For Wrestling Season

Hunter Brekhus, journalist November 15, 2023

There are high hopes this year for the Cheyenne East Wrestling team after last year they placed 5th as a team at state last year. With 7 placers two of which were runner ups, and their was one state champion....

East Novice Tournament

Babe Abe, Staff Reporter November 15, 2023

Speech and Debate changes lives, it builds confidence, boosts classroom performance, improves communication, and increases critical thinking skills to prepare students for college. East High provides itself...

Trunk or Treat

EHS Trunk or Treat
Autumn Rayl, Business manager November 15, 2023

October 29 East high clubs and activities handed out candy. The students created fun activities in classrooms to entertain the trick or treaters. “I ensured that every kid got plenty of candy!” said...

Setting up for Success

Cheyenne East DECA attends first conference of the year.
Natalyia Kopack, Staff Reporter November 15, 2023

This October, Cheyenne East’s DECA chapter attended the first conference of the year. MEC, or the Marketing Entrepreneurship Conference.  Members of DECA visited the University of Wyoming all day, attending...

Gender Inequality Persists: A Call for Change

Gender Inequality Persists: A Call for Change

Deyana Wood, Social Media Editor October 13, 2023

Gender inequality remains a large issue today, with ongoing differences seen in many aspects of life, including education, employment, and leadership roles. Despite substantial efforts to address these...

Controversy within schools

The debates within schools about how they kids are taking their gender identification to the next level.
Makayla Trippel October 13, 2023

The world is changing rapidly. It is changing throughout all age groups, in and out of workforce, homes, and most importantly, schools. One of the more unique changes we see in society is the acceptance...

Frontier FFA Comes To Compete

Peyton Hall, Staff Reporter October 13, 2023

10 out of 10! The Frontier FFA chapter competed against FFA chapters from around the state. At the Archer Fair Grounds August 9th to the 12th. many of the Frontier FFA members showed off not only their...

What is that Noise?

“What is that Noise?”

Danika Fenton, Social Media Editor October 13, 2023

Thousands of phones pinging, and radios buzzing, like an amber alert but “scarier”? A nationwide alert is set to go off October 4th, 2023.  The question everyone keeps asking, “Why would this even...

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