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Where credit is due

Staff January 29, 2024

Not Just a Business

Ava Huening January 29, 2024

Eastside Voices Take D.C.

Eastside Voices Take D.C.

Leah Arnett, Staff writer November 23, 2023

Eastside Voices, East’s most competitive choir, headed to Washington, D.C. for their biggest performance yet: the Parade of Heroes. The singing Thunderhawks were one of only three choirs and three bands...

Youth In Philanthropy students hold their first Culture Potluck

Youth In Philanthropy students hold their first Culture Potluck

Ria Malhi, News Editor and Business Manager November 22, 2023

Students, parents, and community members of all cultures and backgrounds gathered together on Tuesday, Nov. 14 for Youth In Philanthropy’s (YIP) first-ever Culture Potluck. The event was put together...

East Commemorates Veterans at its Annual Student Parade and Assembly

East Commemorates Veterans at its Annual Student Parade and Assembly

Will Huelskamp, News Editor November 9, 2023

The deep base of drums echo through the gymnasium, setting a focused tone in order for students, staff, and veterans to realize the emotional ceremony that would be presented by Lakota East Veterans’...

Childrens Hospital Residential Unit Update

Childrens Hospital Residential Unit Update

Rista Dahal, staff writer/ photographer August 31, 2023

Michael Acomb talks to community leaders during meet and greet with the canidates

Lakota Local School District furthers Search for New Superintendent

Colin Kunz, Editor In Chief June 28, 2023

STORY AND PHOTOGRAPHY COLIN KUNZ Parents and administrators file into the cafeteria of Lakota West High School, ready to form their opinions on the three finalists for Lakota superintendent. In preparation...

Michael Connaughton presents the board with a framed flag.

A Red, White, and Blue Gift

Martha Makabu, Staff Contributor May 30, 2023

STORY MARTHA MAKABU | PHOTOGRAPHY MADDIE BEHRMANN Lakota East and West High Schools were each gifted a framed flag, both with the motto “In God We Trust” by the In God We Trust Project, an organization...

East Holds Naturalization Ceremony and Welcomes 71 new Citizens

East Holds Naturalization Ceremony and Welcomes 71 new Citizens

Allie Haucke April 5, 2023

STORY ALLIE HAUCKE PHOTOGRAPHY KAITLIN DWOMOH & MARTHA MAKABU Hundreds of people filed into the school gym. On the bleachers, students, friends, and family sat in anticipation. The soon-to-become...

Lions, Dragons, and Proposals, Oh My!

Lions, Dragons, and Proposals, Oh My!

Cara Raiford, Visuals December 8, 2022

STORY CARA RAIFORD PHOTOGRAPHY CARA RAIFORD King Eddie was walking down the gravel path, his short legs striding proudly in support of the crown on his head. A bee was buzzing around, but it was not...

East clubs experience limited participation numbers.

East clubs experience limited participation numbers.

Ella Huelskamp March 26, 2022

STORY ELLA HUELSKAMP | PHOTOGRAPHY NATALIE MAZEY The impact of East senior Kay Kay Bayoli’s Junior Statesmen of America (JSA) club supervisor has her sitting at home, questioning why most of us use...

Gone Fishing

Gone Fishing

Walker Wood March 11, 2022

STORY WALKER WOOD | PHOTOGRAPHY USED WITH PERMISSION East has a new Fishing Club that is officially open to the student body. The club started in late February and has already grabbed the attention of...

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