Eastside

Renowned artist crafts minds of art students

Joseph Pottackal ('09)/ Eastside Online Editor-in-Chief

January 10, 2008

As a renowned jeweler and artist, Thomas Mann has shaped thousands of scraps of metal into mind-bending works of art. This past Friday, January 4, Mann had the opportunity to shape the minds, goals and skills of aspiring arti...

Free-throw contest to benefit cancer research

Joseph Pottackal ('09)/ Eastside Online Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2007

Although for dedicated basketball players free-throw shooting may be a painful struggle, a far greater struggle that affects thousands of families across the nation is cancer. In an effort to help put an end to both problems, East...

East teacher celebrates Pi Day in style

Joseph Pottackal ('09)/ Eastside World Issues Editor

March 14, 2007

  “I never celebrated Pi Day until I came to East,” said Heath. “When I came to East, I felt it was about time.” Although pi is one of the most well-known mathematical constants, its origin is unknown to most students. To help her s...

Eastside’s scariest countdown: movies 6-10

Joseph Pottackal ('09)/ Eastside World Issues Editor

October 31, 2006

In many of the momentous horror films in cinema history, the events of the story revolve around picturesque children. Among the best of these performances is Haley Joel Osment’s portrayal of a young boy who can see dead people ...