ADD medications raise concerns

By Sam Schanfarber Everyone has, at some point, heard a student in one of their classes justify his genuinely un-kempt appearance by explaining that he did not take his “meds” that morning. And for the…

2010: A Year in Review

By Henry Gargan and Miles Rosen [slideshow] 2010 is almost over. Now fully immersed in the 21st century, a time long-defined as “the future,” humans have yet to succeed in the cultivation of an idyllic…

Elections: state and nation affected

By Caitlin Ball and Christine Rheem The 2010 m idterm election results have confirmed one resounding message: it is time for action—no matter which side of the political spectrum you support. The newly re-instated Republicans…

Drug dog use concerns some

By Sam Schanfarber Controversy over drug dog searches at school has a lot of students on edge. “Of the six vehicles flagged last cycle, two came up as positive,” said Officer Rex Gibson. When a…

East celebrates custodians

By Morganne Staring Crumbs crunching underfoot, fruit tossed casually across the floor, sticky substances permanently bonded to surfaces, naked strangers running amok – such is the veritable mess known as lunch. Fortunately, the brave souls…

The Dish on the Burrito Bar

Photos and article by Mitul Mehta [slideshow] East’s Spanish Honor Society held its annual Burrito Bar on Friday, Dec. 3 from 5:30-7 in the Café  Commons.  Participants of this event were able to fill their…

No-Shave-Ember at East: Wrap-Up

By Miles Rosen After a month of ignoring their razors, students at East can finally shave the beards that they had grown during No-Shave-Ember. There were a few students that volunteered to have their pictures…