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  • Haybales to City Life
    Editorial

    Haybales to City Life

    Kaitlyn Shacklett, Co-Editor

    April 5, 2017

    Dear Johnson County Kids,   I spent my entire life leading up to the end of my sophomore year in a farming community, the only place familiar to me. Desolate roads covered in gravel and Wednesday chicken nights at a local bar and grill were considered normal to me. Moving to Johnson County, ...

  • The Breakfast Club
    Entertainment

    The Breakfast Club

    Mikie Brown and Erin McCarthy

    April 5, 2017

    Breakfast: the most important meal of the day. As a busy and perpetually tired high school student, however, it can also be the most stressful. Though brunch joints such as First Watch and Ginger Sue’s become hot spots for students on Thursday mornings and weekends, obtaining a substantial meal on...

  • Bringing Down The House
    Entertainment

    Bringing Down The House

    Ryan Smith and Erin McCarthy

    March 29, 2017

    If anyone saw the Wonderful Wizard of East, they may have noticed this year’s new twist. Re-writes took the audience through the eerie Land of Oz, where knowledge of the classic film was thrown into question. Hip-hop numbers took over the once-sweet songs performed by actors wearing hand-made steampunk...

  • We’ve Been There
    Feature

    We’ve Been There

    Mikie Brown and Felicity Wenger

    March 27, 2017

    Dear Class of 2021, Welcome to Olathe East! Pretty crazy that you guys will be going to school here in a short six months. You want to know what’s even crazier? In three short months, I won’t be going to school here anymore. My name is Mikie Brown, and I am a senior. I’m writing to you all ...

  • Love Stories
    Feature

    Love Stories

    Jacob Wilson and Anna Julia Carvalho

    February 22, 2017

    Current culture loves love. People write books, produce movies and sing songs about this highest emotion known to mankind. However, the basis for all of these forms of media are love stories. Simple tales, whether fact or fiction, open the imagination up to this feeling of the heart. The Hawk’s Eye...

  • Vine is Not Fine
    News

    Vine is Not Fine

    Erin McCarthy, Staff Writer

    January 11, 2017

    Goldfish are rumored to have six-second attention spans, which when pondered, does not seem too impressive. Only focusing on something for that short of a time seems silly, but most people have done so many times throughout the past three years. When the entertainment application Vine was released on...

School In, Danger Out

Kaitlyn Shacklett, Co-Editor

“You never think something like this could happen at your own school until it does,” Laughlin said.

April 5, 2017No Comments

Use Or Abuse

Ryan Smith, Online Editor

How an Excessive Xanax High Harms the Body

April 5, 2017No Comments

Drew Thomas Charges into Leadership at Olathe East

Blythe Dorrian, Co-Editor

The New Assistant Principal Hopes to Continue Meeting Students While Increasing Technology Throughout the School.

March 27, 2017No Comments

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Hawks Down The Road

Blythe Dorrian, Co-Editor

Three Successful Alumni Share Their Accomplishments After High School

April 5, 2017No Comments

  • We’ve Been There March 27, 2017
  • Freshmen 101 March 27, 2017
  • 2017: The Best Is Yet To Come February 23, 2017
  • Love Stories February 22, 2017

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Girls Spring Sports

Girls Spring Sports

Jacob Stofer, Managing Editor

Softball Looking to build off a third place state finish from 2016, the OE Softball team in ready to get back on the field. Head Coach Stan Spurlin reflects on last season. “Last season we had tw...

April 5, 2017No Comments

Boys Spring Sports

Boys Spring Sports

April 5, 2017

Track Preview

April 5, 2017

Eyes on the Prize

Eyes on the Prize

February 23, 2017

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