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Social Media & Its Effects Through COVID-19

Social Media & Its Effects Through COVID-19

Bridget Belden, Writer October 18, 2021

During COVID-19, social media came to a higher power, connecting people who were separated due to quarantining and state-lockdowns. It was a way to interact with the outside world while remaining inside,...

Weekly Covid Testing for Athletes

Weekly Covid Testing for Athletes

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer May 24, 2021

Sports for East students this year have been unreliable because of the recent Covid spikes in Michigan. Up until recently, athletes weren’t required to get the antigen Covid test to play their sport....

8th grade students in Ms. Sheridans math class practice for the PSAT.

Eighth Grade PSAT Testing

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer April 26, 2021

The Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (also known as the PSAT) is a test that is required for students in grades 8th-10th. This test prepares students for the SAT, a test generally taken in 11th grade....

Student Profile: Lucy Bongiorno

Student Profile: Lucy Bongiorno

Riley Scollard March 24, 2021

Lots of future EMS students are wondering “what will my school routine be like next year?” “Will it be hard to manage all the stress?” Lucy Bongiorno explained how she manages balancing the school...

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Justins Special Talent

Teacher Spotlight: Ms. Justin’s Special Talent

March 17, 2021

Trojan TV reporters, Ethan and McKeiley, learned  about Ms. Justin's talent for drawing caricatures.

Behind The Scenes Of Trojan TV

Behind The Scenes Of Trojan TV

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief March 7, 2021

Once every week, Trojan TV releases another episode. The episodes are typically about seventeen minutes long, but the work that goes into making them takes much longer than that. There are two teams...

EMS Student Tours The Country In RV

EMS Student Tours The Country In RV

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief February 2, 2021

On November 8th 2020, Elise Bozung, her 14 year old brother, her mom, her dad, and their German shepherd (Bearett) left their house, got in an RV, and began to drive around the US. Their plan was simple;...

Less Grinch Concerns, More Covid Concerns

Less Grinch Concerns, More Covid Concerns

Lucy Bongiorno, Writer January 11, 2021

Just like many other things this year, people had to alter their regular routines to stay safe, especially during the holidays. From December 21, 2020 to January 3, 2021 there were 366 total cases in Grand...

Christmas Origins

Christmas Origins

Bridget Belden, Writer December 22, 2020

  The Christmas season is a big deal; music, seasonal food and candles, lights, trees, presents. But what is it really about? Where did it begin? Why do we celebrate this flashy holiday? Well,...

Killing The COVID Blues

Killing The COVID Blues

Abby Houghton, Editor in Chief December 20, 2020

It’s almost Christmas and Christmas break is even closer, but something isn’t right. For me, most Christmas I would do presents and stocking with my parents and sister, then brunch at Grandma’s with...

Quarantine Boredom

Quarantine Boredom

Riley Scollard December 14, 2020

Are you stuck at home quarantined having no idea what to do? Or feeling anxious about the Corona Virus spread? Hang in there because here are 10 things to do during the pandemic. 1.Redo your room: You...

Orchestra in 2020

Orchestra in 2020

Wren Walker , Writer December 10, 2020

Everything in 2020 is different. Including orchestra at East. Here are a couple of 8th grade orchestra students who have been through the changes. Abby Pfannenstiel, an eighth grader, plays the cello,...

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