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Senior Year Perspective

Senior Year Perspective

Chesney Loehr, Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2020

Senior year was supposed to be my goodbye year. The year I said goodbye to my favorite teachers, my friends and the halls. I had worked so hard from freshman year to now, and it is all gone. With a single “poof," East seemed nonexistent. With everything going on right now, I completely understand the ...

Of Course This is About Intercourse

Of Course This is About Intercourse

Chesney Loehr, Editor-in-Chief

April 27, 2020

Sex education is an aspect of American schooling that is both scarring and unsuccessful. According to Planned Parenthood’s website, only 24 states (including the District of Columbia) are required to teach sex education and 30 states (including the District of Columbia) require sex education along wit...

Cruisin’ Around Corona

Junior Monica Burton scuba dives for the first time. Burton plans on obtaining her certification for scuba diving once she gets back home.

Monica Burton, Managing Editor

March 25, 2020

Before the Coronavirus (COVID-19) chaos really took off, my traveling group of six boarded the Carnival Legend in search of a seven-night relaxation period. We all were able to find this moment of peace before entering back into the hectic world. Little did we know, this eight-day cruise would end ...

Digital Detox

Digital Detox

Ally Piatkowski, Social Media Editor

February 28, 2020

According to Common Sense Media, teens spend an average of nine hours online on social media every day. For the next seven days, I am going to break that statistic and go completely “MIA” on social media for the next week. No Instagramming, checking my Snapchat streaks and casually browsing throug...

Celebrities’ Power to Donate

Celebrities' Power to Donate

Shelby Morrow, Photography Editor

February 3, 2020

It is no surprise that celebrities have money, but what you might not know is that they use their money for good. Some celebrities donate millions of dollars to charities that range from wildlife conservation to major hospitals. Some of these celebrities are Peyton Manning and Kylie Jenner.  In 2003 ...

Where did the ‘TIMES’ go?

Where did the 'TIMES' go?

Monica Burton

January 24, 2020

TIMES Magazine has reached its end of the era when it comes to choosing a worthy candidate for the ‘Person of the Year.’ Recently, TIMES named the 17-year-old, Greta Thunberg, as the 2019 TIMES person.  Thunberg is a Swedish teenage environmental activist that has become famous worldwide for adv...

The Rise of Skywalker: The Ending we Deserved

The Rise of Skywalker: The Ending we Deserved

Maggie O'Connor, Staff Reporter

January 7, 2020

When I watched "Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker," I was at the first showing in Columbus on Thursday at 6:00, to secure my avoidance of spoilers. However, that did not stop me from hearing the reviews.  The very first review I saw was that the critics at Rotten Tomatoes had given it a 55 pe...

“Ok Boomer” You Have No Humor

“Ok Boomer” You Have No Humor

Taylor Glady

December 6, 2019

“Ok Boomer” is a phrase that has been going viral. The phrase arose after a TikTok video of an older man criticising Generation Z went viral. The man describes Gen Z as having the “Peter Pan syndrome.” He is referring to Gen Z as never wanting to grow up and not being able to become inde...

The Cons of AirPods Pro

The Cons of AirPods Pro

Gabi Schuetz, Content Editor

November 14, 2019

Recently, Apple released another product. That’s right, the AirPods Pro are here. This new accessory is sure to surprise Apple users, for better or for worse.   Critics had few negative comments to make on the original AirPods. They encapsulate the same look as normal earbuds, just without the wir...

Impossible Burger? More Like Imposter Burger

Impossible Burger? More Like Imposter Burger

Alexis Kieninger, Staff Reporter

September 20, 2019

Burger King recently came out with a vegetarian friendly burger. Even though I am far from a vegetarian, when I hear an advertisement for plants that taste like meat, I am all for it. So I took my credit card with high hopes, and went to Burger King.  When I went in, I ordered both The Impossibl...

Should Freshmen Be Allowed to Take AP Classes?

Should Freshmen Be Allowed to Take AP Classes?

Shelby Morrow, Photography Editor

August 26, 2019

Advanced Placement (AP) courses are college-level classes that are currently only available for sophomores, juniors and seniors at East.  While some freshmen may think they are ready for such an intense course, AP should only stay available to sophomores and up. AP courses take a lot of time and...

Mac and Cheese? No Please

Mac and Cheese? No Please

Chesney Loehr, Editor-in-Chief

August 20, 2019

As a mac and cheese specialist, I have to say I was beyond excited when I heard about Chick-fil-A’s mac and cheese. It debuted on Aug. 12 and that very night I made my mom go out and buy me some, and I have to say, I was not impressed. To start off, this measly helping of mac and cheese cost almost ...