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Service Dog Aladdin Opens Whole New World For Cancer Survivor Winter Racine

Discuss Japan With Kaoruko Funahashi!

October 22, 2019

  Where are you from? Japan Who are you staying with? Delaney...

Chat With Exchange Student Elma Focic

October 16, 2019

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Talk With Exchange Student Maginur Dzhaparova

October 9, 2019

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Debate Team Starts Off the Season with Their First Tournament
Dr. Etter Introduces Flexible Seating Into Her Classroom

Dr. Etter Introduces Flexible Seating Into Her Classroom

October 31, 2019

  Desks have been considered a staple of the...

New Annual Event Unites Belleville with Spirit

New Annual Event Unites Belleville with Spirit

October 24, 2019

Every year the two rivaling schools of Belleville come...

National Honors Society Host Their Annual Blood Drive

October 17, 2019

On Friday, October 11 the National Honors Society hosted...

Boys Basketball Competes in the Washington Tournament of Champions
Hockey Season is Underway

Hockey Season is Underway

November 25, 2019

Hockey season has begun, right under basketball’s...

Girls Volleyball Plays in Playoffs

Girls Volleyball Plays in Playoffs

November 11, 2019

The girls volleyball team played in the first two...

Fiedler Twins Finish 12th in State

November 5, 2019

Most high school athletes only hope to make it to the...

Isa Karathanos, Editorial Editor | December 3, 2019

Every time I go to the doctor, I’m like, “Yo, Dr. Amy! Give me the stats! Red blood cells, amirite?” And then we chat about the weather and her baby niece and also my health. All in all, it’s a very pleasant experience--sometimes I even get a sticker out of it.    But, unfortunately, not everyone feels so heard or cared for by medical professionals. A 2018 edition of Oprah Magazine...

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Emma Koontz, Social Media Editor | December 3, 2019

  Do you ever go to Target and someone is coming out of the Enter door and they run into you but you say “oops, sorry!”? Or do   you ever want to pay with exact change and apologise to the cashier? Be honest, have you ever apologised to your cat for moving her off the couch? We say sorry for little things ALL the time--maybe it’s manners, or our midwestern culture, but...

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Sign Language Club Signs into Halloween With Their Halloween Party

Alyssa Hafford, Entertainment Reporter | November 5, 2019

Last Monday, the Sign Language Club had a Halloween party. The party was in room B130, and they always welcome new members. The members all brought a bag of candy to share and they had a party together.  “The teacher and I brought in candy and cookies, and we took a club photo. We also learned new words like ghosts, costume, and Halloween. Makayla, the teacher, taught us more about ASL,” freshman...

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Students Spend ‘A Night in Paris’ at the Belleville East Homecoming

Michael Wells, Entertainment Reporter | October 21, 2019

High school is the time for kids to become adults and make memories along the way. Homecoming is an iconic event that nearly every high school student adores every year. This year East high school did the timeless classic: A Night in Paris. The dance was decorated with typical decorations balloons, streamers, and some selfie stations, but what really set this dance apart was the sheer amount of...

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