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Model UN team debuts first conference at East Grand Rapids High School

Caroline Pursley, Staff Writer

For the very first time, Model United Nations was held at our very own East Grand Rapids High School. On Sat. April 15, many new faces were seen at the conference as it was held to encourage people to come out and see what...

May 8, 2017

AP Week 2017

Keaton Smith, Photographer

April 28, 2017

Weeple kids succeed in DC: 9th place overall

Halsey Smith, Staff Writer

“We all couldn't stop celebrating and screaming,” said Marisa Mooney ‘18, reflecting on We the People’s top ten ranking this past weekend. Toward the beginning of Nationals on Saturday, the Weeple competitors felt un...

April 28, 2017

Student body given final decision on contentious student council elections

Auden Elliott, News Editor

The week after spring break is most often associated with tired faces and a sense of gloom in the student body who are mourning the end of their last break and dreading the beginning of a two month stretch to summer. Howeve...

April 27, 2017

Hard work pays off: MIPA edition

Hard work pays off: MIPA edition

Grace Brooks, Staff Writer

The East Vision staff ventured out early in the morning on April 18th to East Lansing for MIPA’s, Michigan Interscholastic Press Association, annual spring awards. We loaded the bus with high hopes for the one day of the...

April 26, 2017

Robotics Team qualifies for World Championship

Hallie Butterer, Staff Writer

The EGR Robotics team erupted into cheer, tears of joy streaming down their faces, as they found out they qualified for World Championship. The team’s previous first place and quality award at the Grand Valley State Unive...

April 19, 2017

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Phillip Picard Profile

Phillip Picard ‘17 sat in his plane’s cabin, with the instruments up in his face. He felt as if everything was up very close, but it wasn’t too tight. Just enough room to reach all the knobs comfortably, strapped in ...

May 22, 2017

Ellie Haun ’16: journey to veganism

Ellie Haun ’16: journey to veganism

Annie Meyer-Rasmussen, Opinion Editor

“Veganism is just my little quirk,” Ellie Haun ‘16 said. Haun has been a vegan since November of 2012. Her first vegan experience was during  a 28 day cleanse at the beginning of her freshman year. At first she...

May 22, 2017

Twins transition to college

Anna Dayton, Focus Editor

From cradle to college, the nine sets of twins in the class of 2017 will soon face a major life change: considering a life away from someone they grew alongside for 18 years. While most students will not have their parents to ...

May 22, 2017

Focus on DeMarcus Farmer

Focus on DeMarcus Farmer

Justine Banbury, Sports Editor

DeMarcus Farmer ‘18 just started track this year, and has competed the long jump and ran the 200 so far this season. You may not think it from his happy demeanor, but he is actually very intense with his long jump. It ...

May 10, 2017

Seniors make their final college decision in less than a week

April 27, 2017

Student sets out on summer service trip

April 20, 2017

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