The Eagle

Front page of the first addition of the East Wind yearbook, 1951

East Meck turns 70

September 29, 2020

Luchando contra los estereotipos latinoamericanos

Story by Haylieh Palma Martinez, Feature Editor

September 25, 2020

A la edad de 15 años, mi mamá comenzó a trabajar siete días de la semana en una fábrica en Guatemala para ayudar a mantener a su familia. Por tanto, sus largas horas de trabajo provocaron el final de su carrera académica....

How it feels to be a senior during COVID-19

Story by Noel Martinez, Staff Writer

September 17, 2020

We all hope that senior year is like the movies: one of the best years of our lives.  Instead of having our last year with our friends, peers, and favorite teachers, we spend it with a screen and a keyboard. Yes, we have Zoom ...

Racism still reality for African-Americans

Story by Gabe Stanton, Editor-in-Chief, Print

August 31, 2020

It is no secret that America has a race problem. Since the first African slaves were brought to America more than four centuries ago, black people have lived in America as second class citizens. From enduring the horrors of sl...

Students struggle to balance on-line school, work, home

Story by Haylieh Palma Martinez, Feature Editor

August 31, 2020

The first day of class for the 2020-21 school year for East Meck was one no one would have ever imagined. As some teens rolled out of bed and logged onto their live classes, others were getting ready for their work day and ne...

Lady Eagles lose in tough match up against Providence

Story by Jacob Phillips, Online Editor

November 20, 2019

The East Meck girls varsity basketball team lost to Providence in their season opener Nov. 19 66-31. This was a game where the Lady Eagles were heavily outmatched. Providence finished 20-6 last year, and 10-2 in their confere...

Eagles fall in season opener

Story by Jacob Phillips, Online Editor

November 20, 2019

The East Meck boys varsity basketball team lost to Providence in their season opener Nov. 19 49-41. After an off-season of staff and personnel changes, there were more questions on the direction of the basketball program more ...