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Wauwatosa East and West Student News

The Tosa Compass

Review of Loup

Review of Loup

Emerson Neldner March 18, 2021

The newest installment in the village, Loup, is worth the trip. This charming new restaurant has a variety of handcrafted soups and sandwiches on hand and offers both dine in and carry out.  Owned...

Wauwatosa East Amnesty Club Hosts a Fundraiser

Wauwatosa East Amnesty Club Hosts a Fundraiser

Sienna Daniels February 15, 2021

Amnesty International is an independent organization dedicated to campaigning for global human rights. As a club, Wauwatosa East’s Amnesty International works to engage in conversations about these injustices,...

Senior Sienna Daniels and Ellie Cady show off their haul.

Helping Communities One Bin At A Time

Ella Bartkowski February 4, 2021

This year has definitely been a crazy ride filled with tragedy due to the pandemic. As we are  all aware by now, this pandemic affects every part of our life, even hunger. Although things have been uncertain,...

Student Views on the Wauwatosa School Board Decision

Lucy Hildebrand and Vivienne Andersen January 28, 2021

STUDENT BODY DIVIDED - A unique and unusually hostile discourse developed among students on social media on Monday in anticipation of the School Board Decision to return to the 5 day a week instruction...

Best Holiday Treats in MKE

Best Holiday Treats in MKE

Emerson Neldner December 22, 2020

1. Black Twig Bakery Black Twig Bakery, one of the more recent installations in the Tosa village, offers a wide variety of seasonal flavors perfect for this holiday season. From cupcakes to macarons,...

East Orchestra Produces Unconventional Concert

Maeve Kaufman and Audrey Catlin December 21, 2020

The Wauwatosa East winter orchestra concert is an annual tradition that parents, staff and students look forward to every year. Sitting together in the auditorium, singing along with a medley of holiday...

Wauwatosa East Freshman Olivia Small swims in a meet against DSHA on September 10.

Tosa East Girls Swim Team Sends Freshman to State

Maeve Kaufman November 24, 2020

The Tosa East Girls Swim team has an extremely successful season despite setbacks this year due to COVID and the renovations of the swimming pool at East. On Saturday, November 7th, the girls Varsity team...

The tree that would later become the stump.

The Tree that Became the Stump and other Historic Tosa Memories

Grace Hudson-Mairet November 22, 2020

Nearly all Tosa East students have heard of the Rock at Tosa West- they paint it green, we paint it red… the struggle has gone on for decades. But much about the origins and history of the Rock are unknown,...

The geese dressed up in their Halloween costumes.

Taking a Gander at the Geese

Beatrice Lazarski and Ava Beisenstein November 20, 2020

“Geese will be geese,” says Carolyn Edwards, owner and caretaker of the stone geese family on the corner of 74th and Hillcrest. Twenty-five years ago, Ms. Edwards received a sixty pound cement goose...

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