"Having steered clear of behavior that would have attracted the attention of ELPD at the time, my favorite memories from high school relate to my closest friends then, who remain my closest friends to this day. Three of us from ELHS ’71 have breakfast every Saturday morning and the conversation usually includes a recollection of something about our high school days that was funny at the time. Now we just shake our heads."
"The principal looked like an owl and every time we had an assembly we would all hoot when he came on stage. He was quite distressed." Read about about this and other memories of ELHS from 1957 & 1958 grads Linda and Bob McKnight.
MSU is in the early stages of planning a multi-generational housing project that would provide living space for employees, senior citizens, and families with children. The area is in the ELPS district. Tom Oswald reports for ELi.
"I moved here when I was 5 because my parents got jobs at MSU. I’m currently studying at MSU, so I haven’t left just yet." What's Jonas Hallstein up to three years after ELHS, and what's his advice to the Class of 2018? Ann Kammerer reports.
In the fifth of a series, ELi's Ann Kammerer profiles East Lansing High School graduates who live, work and retain ties in EL. From now through early June, we'll feature their reflections and informal advice to the graduating class.