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Thunderhawk takes D.C.

story by caroline bumgarner | photography by abby bammerlin Every year on the day after election day, East government teacher Tisha Grote encourages her studen...
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One Vote Can Change America

story by Rachel Anderson | photography fair use This essay was submitted to the Voice of Democracy Patriotic audio essay competition under the "Why My Vote Mat...
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East Gives Back

story by Ekra Khalid | photography by Shelby Alderman Through the donations from students and faculty members at East, 65 successful units of blood were donate...
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East’s Schedule Changes

story and photography by regan denham Administrators at East have altered the bell schedule for a second time this school year, after receiving complaints from...
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East Prom Spirit Week

Photos by Leo Rolfert In order to gear up for Prom on April 21, East students participated in a spirit day for each of the five days leading up to the "Timeles...

In the Seams

Story by Megan Finke | Photography by Kara Harris Walking through the doors of a grocery store, strangers would eye her from aisle to aisle. Their eyes linger ...

Music Intervention

By Cristina Francisco | Photography by Maya Wells After a stressful day at school, East junior Kat Eroskey lies on her bed, listening to the soothing notes of ...

Friends Found in Fiction

By Sarah Yanzsa A hand slams hard on a polished wood table in frustration as laughter fills the Woodland Elementary library on a Tuesday afternoon. Cards surmo...

Beauty in the Bristles

By Meredith Walters | Photography Illustration by Maya Wells She and her family were running late to Columbus where the Martin Luther King, Jr. Art, Writing an...
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