Chess excels through competition season despite virtual format
Mikaela Ramirez, Staff Writer • April 7, 2021

Win after win, the PEHS chess team has been quickly advancing towards their opponents and pushing for checkmate. Just like every club activity,...

Sia's new movie appalls, dangerously portrays autism
Eddie Burgin, Poll Editor • April 7, 2021

Meet Music, a teenager on the autism spectrum. Like many autistic people she is nonverbal, experiences meltdowns, and adheres to a strict schedule...

COVID-19 persists; trauma remains
Editorial Board March 16, 2021

March 16 marks one year since the beginning of the school shutdowns in Illinois, and one cannot simply walk away from the death the world has...

A bright and cheery sunset brings a warm day to close as orange and pink hues light the sky with dazzling possibility. Though all good days must come to an end, the charm of a golden salmon sunset may bring delight. - Laine Cibulskis
Orange manifests exquisite themes for October
October 16, 2020

Memories of grand performances and connecting with one another emerge from the back of our minds as December rolls around. However stark the difference between playing in-person is in comparison to performing virtually, musicians continue to share their music with others.
Pandemic ponderings part three: East Side News investigates behind-the-scenes roles of staff
Mikaela Ramirez, Staff Writer • December 18, 2020

East Side News investigates how daily life during the pandemic has changed not only for students, but staff as well. The writers and editors...

Spotlight shines on golfer Brent Cudal
Spotlight shines on golfer Brent Cudal
Kaely Espinoza, Sports Editor • November 9, 2020
Runners develop life skills and create team bonds
Kaely Espinoza, Sports Editor • October 7, 2020
Swimmer backstrokes towards teamwork
Swimmer backstrokes towards teamwork
Kaely Espinoza, Sports Editor • October 3, 2020
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