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Month: May 2021


Within the past few weeks, a new trend has surfaced among FHE students. I recently started making friendship bracelets with “WWMVD” engraved on stones.  The bracelets signify a relationship to a cult of some form glorifying FHE science teacher Michael Visser. The letters are an acronym for “What Would Mr. Visser do?”  These bracelets were originally created and worn by myself ironically, but they soon became a trend amongst the FHE crew team. After I…

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How to Start an Essay

With AP Exams upon us, the focus of many Eastern students will be on their academics. Multiple AP tests feature writing sections that largely contribute to students’ total scores. For many—myself included—writing the bulk of an essay isn’t the biggest problem; what is, though, is actually getting started. In an effort to expedite our writing, it’s in our best interest to focus on how best to start writing. Thus, I’ve compiled some of Eastern’s teachers’…

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In Memoriam of Ming Ten

News struck this past week that the beloved restaurant, Ming Ten, permanently closed its doors. A fan favorite to the senior class of 2021, we share some favorite memories from our middle school hangout spot. “Taylor and I went there and had a wonderful deep talk over crab legs,” -Halle Mikula (‘21) “I found my love for crab legs at Ming Ten,” -Taylor Reynolds (‘21) “It was Freshmen year swirl: Jonathan Mouw, Caleb Peterson, Ben…

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