The East Vision

Don’t stress it too much

Belle Gorsline, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

The second I walked in the front doors of the high school, I felt like I had something to prove. Was I a complete try-hard? Absolutely. It was more than that, though. I love the culture of East for so many reasons, but at the...

Finding my voice

Lily Montague, Entertainment Editor

April 29, 2020

I remember sitting in my first ever class of high school, the third row of Mr. Strickland’s World History class, not knowing what the next four years would bring or who I would become. The class filled mostly with sophomores...

Endurance Athlete

Anna Petr, Sports Editor

April 28, 2020

My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer when I was a freshman, and she died a year and a half later. I was angry and heartbroken, but more than that, I had lost my role model and an eminent force in my life. I’ve learned...

Be who you really are

Lindsey VanHekken, Managing Editor

April 27, 2020

Never, not once, did the idea of a pandemic ending my senior year ever cross my mind. If I had to take a guess, I would assume that out of 250 something seniors, not one of them would’ve been able to make that prediction....

My coming of age movie

Blaise Gourley, Focus Editor

April 27, 2020

I have watched way too many “coming of age” high school movies, you know the ones where the girl is choosing between Harvard or Stanford but all she really wants to do is sing. I was always disappointed when the movie ended...

Look at the bigger picture

Ben Levitt, Opinion Editor

April 27, 2020

When I was in first grade, my family was going to visit my grandparents in Florida for the holidays. What I did not know was that my parents secretly had plans to surprise me by driving to Disneyworld instead. My reaction? Instead...

My path to “enlightenment”

Jack Hollis, Focus Editor

April 27, 2020

“High school is a time to grow and find yourself,” said everyone ever. This cliche always annoyed me, and I am not sure why. Maybe it was because I didn’t want to admit that there were some things about me that were less...

Embrace your surroundings

Paul Janes, Editor-In-Chief

April 27, 2020

As I have tried to write this column I keep coming back to the same question: Is this really what I want to be remembered for? I’ve watched for three years as seniors in the class pour more effort into the senior edition than...

Editorial: All or nothing politics

Paul Janes, Editor-in-Chief

March 11, 2020

Throughout the course of the past few years, the political climate has been the most polarized it's ever been. Whether it be the recent impeachment of President Trump or the 2016 elections, the two political parties are becom...

When is PDA ok?

When is PDA ok?

Kaelin Chauvez, Staff Writer

January 9, 2020

Why I didn’t go to football games

Paul Janes, Editor-in-Chief

December 19, 2019

Throughout I’ve gone to countless sporting events for plenty of different teams. I wouldn’t call myself the most spirited student or even close to that title. I do know though, that when I find a team/sport that I like I stic...

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