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Best School Year

Mason McKenna

April 15, 2019

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Either for good or bad, a school year is remembered by a wide range of factors. Friends, teachers, and classes are just a few important ingredients. Grade level has a huge effect on these things. In elementary school, students ...

Stats and Facts of 2018

Mason McKenna, Staff-Writer

February 26, 2019

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2: Olathe East won two state championships in 2018. 0: All of Google’s searches only use 0.01% of the world’s electricity. 1: The average number of mass shootings (four or more victims) per month in the United Stat...

Alumni As Teachers

Alumni As Teachers

February 26, 2019

Maya’s Makeup and More

Felicity Wenger, Co-Editor in Chief

November 20, 2018

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Apprentice makeup artist, experienced illustrator, and theatre enthusiast Maya Larkin has been an art lover for seven years and counting. This Olathe East Junior started drawing in fourth grade, but also does multiple kinds of makeu...

Bullet Journaling

Bullet Journaling

November 20, 2018

Walking a Tight Rope between a Job and School

Taylor Mossman and Kiara Carter

October 16, 2018

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 Jobs can be very important to a teenager. Jobs start preparing the mind for life after high school and often help teach those who have them many important responsibilities. School can be an issue if time isn’t managed wisely....

Marching to the Beat

Marching to the Beat

February 27, 2018

Join the Movement

Join the Movement

December 14, 2017

War Hawks

War Hawks

December 14, 2017

Young Republicans

Jacob Wilson and Will DeBolt

December 14, 2017

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Interview Questions: 1.) Do you have any tips for students that are starting to get involved in politics? 2.) What do you think of the state of our country right now? 3.) Why did you join the Young Republicans? 4.)...

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