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Reaction to the Wisconsin Supreme Court Decision

Emily Zhang

June 14, 2020

On March 25, 2020, Gov. Tony Ever’s administration issued the first stay at home order in Wisconsin to protect the health and wellbeing of Wisconsinites amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. However, when the Department of Health Services Secretary Andrea Palmer issued the “Safer at Home Extension” that was scheduled to run until May 26th, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ove...

Oscar Nominee: A Star is Born

Oscar Nominee: A Star is Born

February 24, 2019

Making a light film is far easier than making a dark one. Films without much heavy subject matter can go wherever they please, as their sole job is to...

Oscar Nominee: Green Book

Oscar Nominee: Green Book

February 23, 2019

In many of the other best picture nominations, there will be one thing that severely limits the movie from being excellent. Whether it be a limited script,...

Oscar Nominee: Roma

Oscar Nominee: Roma

February 20, 2019

Often, calling a film pretentious is meant as little more as a rude insult. A movie with a hot head, with grandstanding, but without any of the importan...

Oscar Nominee: Black KkKlansmen

Oscar Nominee: Black KkKlansmen

February 19, 2019

With most movies, it is important to view the film in isolation. Base the movie off its on merits; its own script, its own camera work, its own music....

Oscar Nominee: Bohemian Rhapsody

Oscar Nominee: Bohemian Rhapsody

February 12, 2019

The second biggest film in the best picture category is Bohemian Rhapsody, a drama about the trials and tribulations about the lead singer of the band Queen: Fredd...

Oscar Nominee: Black Panther

Oscar Nominee: Black Panther

February 8, 2019

Black Panther is an achievement to diversity in Hollywood. Finally, black people from around the world can have a big budget superhero movie that appea...

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Qdoba: helping or harming the environment?

June 6, 2017

Burritos have been a staple in my diet throughout my high school years and hopefully into the future. The obvious debate of Qdoba or Chipotle runs throu...

Lead Pipes in Milwaukee’s homes: new discovery of an old issue?

Anna Sipek, Editor

June 6, 2017

Milwaukee, WI - Six months after Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett signed an ordinance to replace lead in-service lines in 2017, Milwaukee citizens continue to be adversely affected.   While the city has made steps toward their removal, actions performed this year will only reduce problems for a fraction of the thousands receiving contaminated water. A message on the City o...

Brookfield East's Guys and Dolls production a great success

Brookfield East’s Guys and Dolls production a great success

December 9, 2016

After watching the school musical Guys and Dolls, I have to say that I was impressed. Guys and Dolls is a musical about Nathan Detroit (played by Benne...

Re-imagined “HUB” faces changes and challenges

Alex Maier

November 10, 2016

At the beginning of this year, the Brookfield East students were broken up into groups that were sorted by last name. We were introduced to a guidance period that the whole school would be partaking in every Tuesday, and it is called HUB Re-imagined. The teachers boasted that the period would fix the problems of last year's HUB. Taking into consideration prior complaint...

East students weigh in on the election: what is its impact?

Matthew Peterman

November 9, 2016

Although most of the student body can’t vote yet, the general public is saying that this is the most important election in years. But, that’s what they always say, right? Four years from now, they’ll probably be saying that 2020 is the most important election year. In 2024, they’ll be saying it again. However, people have been and will be saying the current ele...

by the students of Brookfield East High School