CEHS News

Clothing Conundrum

Clothing Conundrum

Emily Ostrom

March 31, 2020

Weather often is a determining factor in a day’s choice in clothing. If it is going to be cold out, you might wear a jacket and jeans, but if it is a nice, sunny day you might go with a t-shirt and shorts instead. Generally t-shirts and shorts are considered to be two articles of summer clothing, and...

50 Things to Do During Quarantine

50 Things to Do During Quarantine

Monica Burton, Managing Editor

March 30, 2020

Students share how they have been keeping busy during quarantine due to COVID-19. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TnZluQmeJFM

Meet The Staff: Gaby Heredia

Meet The Staff: Gaby Heredia

Margo Brunner

March 26, 2020

You may look at junior Gaby Heredia and recognize her from the soccer field or remember that her mom taught you Spanish last year. However, those are only small parts of her story. Heredia did not grow up like any other American girl. Heredia grew up in a household with her two siblings, her dad (w...

Criminal Justice Simulation

Junior Katie Hagan waits for the next simulation to start.

Alexis Kieninger, Staff Reporter

March 14, 2020

On March 9 through 11, the Criminal Justice C4 program offered a scenario based training course. Led by Criminal Justice teacher Mike Ward, the scenarios are offered to the staff as well as the students enrolled in the class. The course is used throughout the world by law enforcement officers, military personnel...

Spring Break Spirit

Seniors Anna Emmert and Denesha Megerle laugh together while eating parfaits.

Hannah Harris, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2020

The annual Spirit Breakfast put on the day before spring break was held this morning before the start of school. Key Club volunteers passed out yogurt parfaits and encouraged passersby to participate in writing kind notes, all while the Jazz Band performed live music.

Olympian Highlights

Juniors Amelia Jones, Madeline Romanski and Maggie O'Connor break apart strands of DNA in a Genetics lab.

March 10, 2020

Although the majority of the last few weeks have been full of cloudy skies and impatient sighs for a highly-anticipated spring break, Olympians continue to work diligently during the third quarter. The photos provided were taken from Feb. 17 to March 6.

Fight Like a Girl: Self-Defense Day for Senior Girls

Senior Jennifer Utterback stands in a fighting stance.

Hannah Harris, Editor-in-Chief

March 5, 2020

The annual Self-Defense Day for senior girls took place during mods one to eight on Wednesday. The informative event took place in room C104 before students moved to the East Wrestling room to practice self-defense. Types of abuse, defense techniques and general awareness of danger was taught throughout...

How Well Do You Know East?

How Well Do You Know East?

Corbin Morris, Staff Reporter

February 28, 2020

How well do you know your school? Click the link below to see how well you know East High School. https://www.opinionstage.com/cehsnews/columbus-east-trivia

First Generation College Students

First Generation College Students

Taylor Glady

February 24, 2020

Being a first-generation college student comes with lots of triumphs and obstacles. First-generation college students are known as the first people in their immediate family (mom, dad, grandma and grandpa) to attend college. Being the first in your family to attend college can be a big achievement for not only...

Try Me Trisomy: Living With Trisomy 18

Try Me Trisomy: Living With Trisomy 18

Alexis Kieninger, Staff Reporter

February 20, 2020

Annalea Voyles was born with Trisomy 18, which is also referred to as Edwards disease. It causes severe developmental delays due to an extra chromosome 18. In the United States, there are fewer than twenty thousand cases a year. This condition causes low birth weight and an abnormal shaped head. Most T...

Working While in School

Working While in School

Grace Wolter, Staff Reporter

February 19, 2020

As teenagers start to grow up, they take on more responsibilities. They get their license, they begin to make important decisions on their own, and perhaps the most stressful one, they get their first job.  Making your own decisions comes with hanging out with more people, more often. You will not b...

Limelight: Anna Emmert

Design by: Margo Brunner
Limelight: Anna Emmert

Trinity Whitted, Photography Editor

February 18, 2020