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Story by Jane Holt
Photo by Pete Ferguson
Twelve Belmont Elementary students started their school day giving high fives to Martin Spartan. The 4th-grade students, members of the leadership program called TRACKS, spent the day at East as a final activity for the program.
After getting their own student IDs, the students spent the day touring the school, visiting classes (including Pottery, Science and Weight Training), eating lunch with the Spartans, being interviewed for this story and spending time with the Student Council. Below are some highlights from each of the Belmont students:
Photo and Story by Quinn Baillie
It’s the Friday before Prom, and it appears the senior class of 2013 has been afflicted with an unknown virus. Many classrooms at East are barren except for a few underclassmen, and absences are off the charts. Hopefully the seniors will feel better for Prom tomorrow.
Story and Photo by Imani Wilson
The spring pep rally was this morning, and some are saying that it may have been the best one yet. The rally was filled with fun activities and excitement. Spring athletes talked about their seasons, and several senior athletes were recognized for their decision to continue their sport in college. Additionally, spartan challenge recipients were recognized. Then the craziness started. East high cheerleaders and dance squad performed with several senior guys in the annual switch rally. The theme for the dance was “pretty boy swag, …
By: Elizabeth O’Doherty
Flags fly half mast, ollowing the tragedy at the Boston Marathon, where two bombs exploded near the end of the race. Three people were confirmed dead, including an eight year old girl, and more than 100 were injured. One of the suspects was killed last night, as was an MIT police officer. Police are looking for the second suspect, thought to be in Watertown, a Boston suburb.
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Photo and Story By Chloe Kessler
Monday, April 15, Lincoln East’s devoted debaters were recognized for their victories that have effectively maintained over a decade-long legacy. The ceremony consisted of the presentation of a series of awards as well as recognition of the coaches’ contributions to the team. The banquet, held at Hillcrest Country Club, marked a few dramatic changes in the land of Spartan Speech and Debate. Following a twelve-year long victorious streak, retirements and new waves of eager debaters will bring changes to the Speech team. However, in keeping …