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March on Climate Change

March on Climate Change

Luke Harpring March 14, 2019

This Friday, March 15, the student organized Indiana Climate Strike is taking place at the Indiana Statehouse. The march will take place from 12-2 p.m. and banners and signs are encouraged. For many...

“The party was so fun, we got to listen to stories about the discovery of DNA, make food models of DNA using twizzlers, and get some pretty sweet DNA tattoos,” senior Riley Coers said.

DNA Day

Annie Bastian March 13, 2019

On Feb. 28, walking into room C221 all that can be seen are streamers, food, and DNA. The class itself has been transformed. It is decorated and ready to party. On that day in history, the structure of...

Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Riley Repp February 20, 2019

Trump and Beto O’Rourke Face Off in El Paso President Trump travelled to Texas this week to rally over the border as Congress met to pass funding in order to avoid a repeat of the shutdown earlier...

Filmmaker Visits East

Filmmaker Visits East

Gaby Heredia February 19, 2019

Sharing a personal problem that happened throughout a childhood sounds terrifying. Pushing past this fear, writer, director and videographer Spenser Fritz produced a movie all about his childhood issue....

New Restaurants in Columbus

New Restaurants in Columbus

Anna Combs February 7, 2019

In the past year, Columbus has expanded its restaurant options to the satisfaction of westsiders and those traveling Interstate 65. These two well-known restaurants are Panda Express and McAlister's. McAlister's...

Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Riley Repp February 1, 2019

Longest Government Shutdown in History Ends After a long and arduous five weeks, the longest government shutdown in the United States is over. As reportedly requested by Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky,...

“I really enjoyed being a part of the C4 class because it lowers the stress level of college and the future,” said Reagin Branaman, the Nursing I and II booth representative.

Finding a Future

Annie Bastian January 28, 2019

Last week, East was open to students in middle school and high school to explore the C4 fair. This is an annual event that allows the all C4 programs to appeal to new students and advocate for...

Weekly Update

Weekly Update

Riley Repp January 23, 2019

Steve King condemned for pro-racist comments Representative Steve King (R-Iowa) faced harsh backlash from House GOP and Democratic members following a quote submitted to the Washington Post that questioned...

Russian Spy Pleading Guilty

Russian Spy Pleading Guilty

Riley Repp January 16, 2019

2018 was a long year for the American intelligence community. From investigations into finances, communications, and meetings to hacking attacks and disinformation campaigns, the FBI and CIA have been...

Days to Remember

Days to Remember

Bre Burton May 22, 2018

Here are some days to keep in mind the coming up days.

Isaac Harper, A&E Editor May 11, 2018

Korean War Ends Both leaders of the Korea’s meet and declare the end of the war to make peace talks. President Trump claims that it was all due to American relations. American Soldiers in Africa It...

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