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Students with mask walk in on in brick hallway with white tile floor

Mask mandate reinstated

Story by Marie Adele Grosso, News and Feature Desk Editor
May 13, 2022
Shredding the electric cello, Graham Flynn (11) accompanies the orchestra. Flynn will be playing on Livin on a Prayer, for the concert on April 29

Shaking the Stage

Story by Donald Keough, Visuals Editor
May 11, 2022
Earth day art contest

Earth day art contest

Story by Frankie Calabrese Barton, Social Media Editor
April 29, 2022
The ELPS logo

Board of Education to vote on rescinding mask policy

Story by Adan Quan, Editor-in-Chief
April 11, 2022
Holding her poster, Anissa Tran (12) poses in front of the Faces of East Lansing project. Tran is one of the 64 students who made portraits for the project.

What Makes You

Story by Donald Keough and CJ Hertel
April 3, 2022
Student walks next to brown building on grey day

MacDonald Middle School closes early due to threat

Story by Marie Adele Grosso, News and Feature Desk Editor
March 24, 2022
two girls with blonde hair hold red solo cups and talk

Life of the Party

Story by Marie Adele Grosso, News and Feature Desk Editor
March 24, 2022
Woman with blond hair and blue coat stands next to folded sign saying ABORTION on the top with a blurred image and Protectlifemi.org written under the photo. A student in a green hoodie, white jacket, and jeans stands talking to her.

Anti-abortion activists surrounded ELHS

Story by Marie Adele Grosso, News and Feature Desk Editor
March 24, 2022
Walking around his classroom, Ross Gorman leads his World History class in a lesson on the Soviet Union under Josef Stalin on Mar. 11. Gorman will be teaching one section per semester of Black American History, starting in the 2022-23 school year. Having taken black history courses at MSU and being interested in the topic, Gorman has pushed for one to be created at ELHS since he was hired, only just now getting it approved.

A better reflection

Story by Adan Quan, Editor-in-Chief
March 21, 2022
Monte Piloto (11) described the SAT as restricting. This especially applies to underprivileged students who have less time and money to spend preparing. Photo by Allison Treanor

How the SAT is failing the test of time

Story by Allison Treanor, Lifestyle editor
March 21, 2022
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