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COLUMN: My Sweet 16

COLUMN: My Sweet 16

March 18, 2020

Habitat for Humanity Reflection: Day 4

Kayla Schorr ('14), Eastside News/Features Editor

March 30, 2013

Yesterday was an extremely busy day, hence my inability to write about it until today. As it was a half-day at work, we all worked very diligently in order to finish many smaller tasks. The house I worked on did not need as...

Habitat for Humanity Reflection: Day 2

Kayla Schorr ('14), Eastside News/Features Editor

March 30, 2013

The second day of Habitat was a great success. Although we planned on shaking things up a bit and working on new projects with new groups, we stayed with the same routine and accomplished a lot. I personally worked with Jordan...

Habitat for Humanity Reflection: Day 1

March 30, 2013

Unfortunately, my alarm sounded at 6:00 a.m., rather than 7, which I deemed to be a "false alarm." Anyhow, with an additional hour of rest, we were all ready to initiate our first day of building. Albeit our preconceived notions...

Fiesta Recruiting: Column Two

Darby Festa/ Sports Editor

July 26, 2012

I can’t believe it’s almost August. This summer has literally flown by. And I don’t think I’ve been home for more than three days in a row at a time. I’ve gone from Chicago, Illinois to St. Louis, Missouri to York, ...

The tragedy of Aurora: a chance to strengthen American gun control

Kyle Bigley ('13)/ Eastside Staff

July 23, 2012

The tragedy of Aurora, Colorado, has left in its wake twelve killed, dozens more wounded and numberless counts of heartbreak and grief, but perhaps the shooting may have some good in it, if and only if it forces the United States...

The power of a book

Adel Boyarsky ('15)/ For Eastside

July 20, 2012

With different people come different problems. My biggest challenge probably seems silly to most, but the hardest feat in life for me is picking out a good gift; one that is personal and fun, that I know for sure the receiver will en...