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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...

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...

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...

Gettin Holy

Gettin’ Holy

Chesney Loehr May 21, 2019

So, I went to Church for the first time in years, and it was interesting. If you know me then you know that I am not religious at all. Now, I am not going to give myself the label as an “atheist” because...

Old Toy Review

Old Toy Review

Hailee Bott & Elaina Sims April 11, 2019

Here are some old toys that you might have forgotten from your childhood. From Game Boy’s to Heelys, our 2000 childhood was the best of existence. Here is a list of a few things that we think should...

Are We Getting what We Pay for?

Are We Getting what We Pay for?

Caroline Stott April 10, 2019

Vending machines at East are a common a go-to for the majority of the student body, whether it’s for a snack, a drink, or a quick bite for lunch. Out of 20 students interviewed,12 of them said that...

Parental Pressure on Student Classes

Parental Pressure on Student Classes

April 10, 2019

Parents are often the most influential people in a child’s life. I personally care a lot what my parents think about me and the decisions that I make. I want them to be proud of me and tell me that I...

The Emergence of Online Shopping

The Emergence of Online Shopping

Margo Brunner April 9, 2019

Online shopping is one of the perks of the new age; with technology right at our fingertips, you can almost do anything. Not everyone has time to go to the store and pick something up, so online shopping...

I Went a Week...

I Went a Week…

Elaina Sims, Hailee Bott March 11, 2019

A Week Without Social Media Day 1: This is the first day without social media. I haven’t really felt the effects yet since I’ve been really busy, but I had to ride in a car to Bloomington and back....

Disney Or Universal?

Disney Or Universal?

Ethan Glaid & Brody Copas March 8, 2019

Universal – Ethan Glaid The generation of great Disney movies has been dead for a very long time. Great classics such as Beauty and the Beast and Sleeping Beauty can not carry the weight of newer...

News on the Government Shutdown: For Dummies

News on the Government Shutdown: For Dummies

Hailee Bott February 26, 2019

The government shutdown began on Dec. 22nd, 2018. In case you do not stick your nose in politics (trust me, you are not missing much), here is some solid information about the government shutdown you can...

Divide and Conquer Late School Work

Divide and Conquer Late School Work

Kylie Brooks February 25, 2019

Trying to catch up on late work while also trying to complete new assignments is a stress that all students are familiar with, and between sports and other extracurricular activities, students may feel...

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