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Debate of the year!

Debate of the year!

Ava Kuczarski, Staff Reporter October 16, 2020

Cleveland Ohio, the first presidential debate between President Trump and Democrat Joe Biden. This was one of the most immature debates America has ever witnessed. With Trump constantly interrupting Biden and Biden...

When word of the arrival of Covid-19 was made public, many pepple went into hoard mode and emptied store shelves of toilet paper and other essentials.

COVID fears bring out the worst in US

Ramzee Parten May 6, 2020

Right at this very moment the world is under a crisis, and it has a horrible name – COVID-19, the coronavirus. This virus is affecting everything and everyone. When it first started, many doubted it...

Graphic courtesy Wyoming Department of Health

Could coronavirus be good for us?

Alexis Greb May 6, 2020

Despite all the disaster surrounding COVID-19, there may just be a little bit of a silver lining to it all. There is no doubt, the coronavirus is a massive challenge for the world. People are dying by...

Homework: The Necessary Evil?

Rachel Taveria, Reporter November 18, 2019

Nobody liked the teacher that assigns homework. So why is that? It's obvious that teens don’t like homework because its extra work, something that has a lot of dedicated kids stay up till eleven or twelve...

Helping the Earth Breathe Again

Helping the Earth Breathe Again

Alyson Jones, reporter November 18, 2019

As vibrant colors of red and yellow race through our sky-reaching forests, waves of black snow fall, and Earth’s lungs collapse in a massacre of flames. Once a painted canvas of beautiful blues, is now...

Dress Code: Do We Need a Change?

Dress Code: Do We Need a Change?

Kani Miller, Junior Editor October 21, 2019

No The East High dress code sates: “Student dress and appearance shall not be disruptive to the educational process. Clothing must be modest and appropriate, no student shall wear clothing which is...

Senior Mentoring Opinion

Nicci Kapus , Reporter October 4, 2019

For the first time for three years of mentoring, seniors are now required to go to mentoring.  There are mixed feelings about mentoring in the East High School halls this year.  Some seniors may not...

School Starts Too Early

Alexis Greb, Reporter October 2, 2019

Do you find yourself struggling to wake up in the morning? Maybe falling asleep in your classes? Well you’re not alone. An average students’ day will include school (7:45- 2:45), Sports or clubs (3:00-...

From left to right-  China, France, The EU, Iran, Russia, UK and United States

Trump Deletes Iran Nuclear Deal

McKenna Smith, Perspectives Editor May 23, 2018

 Iran, the source of the "When America finds out there's oil" meme and a lot of conflict. On the 8th of May Trump announced that he is pulling the United States out of the "disastrous" Iran Nuclear...

Your Future Ahead…

Caitlyn Steen, Reporter May 3, 2018

Starting a new school can be hard. The first days of High school can be terrifying. You might be scared because it’s a huge school, and you don’t yet know anyone. Or the fear of walking what seems...

Jenna Larsen-Hunter with their recently dyed pink hair.

We all Dye and Hair Grows Back

Avalon Skinner, Online Editor April 27, 2018

Crimson red, bubblegum pink, and sky blue. Hippies in the 60s grew their hair down their back, and the rebels now dye their hair. So what is the issue with coloring your hair all kinds of neon? Crazy...

Dreams

Dreams

McKenna Smith, Perspectives Editor February 28, 2018

Growing up, the most common question asked is: "what do you want to be when you grow up?" To answer in short- not yet. Despite the hundreds of times high schoolers are asked, many can't answer with something...

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