Eastside

Habitat for Humanity Reflection: Day 4

Kayla Schorr ('14), Eastside News/Features Editor

March 30, 2013

Yesterday was an extremely busy day, hence my inability to write about it until today. As it was a half-day at work, we all worked very diligently in order to finish many smaller tasks. The house I worked on did not need as...

Habitat for Humanity Reflection: Day 2

Kayla Schorr ('14), Eastside News/Features Editor

March 30, 2013

The second day of Habitat was a great success. Although we planned on shaking things up a bit and working on new projects with new groups, we stayed with the same routine and accomplished a lot. I personally worked with Jordan...

Habitat for Humanity Reflection: Day 1

March 30, 2013

Unfortunately, my alarm sounded at 6:00 a.m., rather than 7, which I deemed to be a "false alarm." Anyhow, with an additional hour of rest, we were all ready to initiate our first day of building. Albeit our preconceived notions...

Rise of the Guardians guards DreamWorks reputation

Joe Incollingo ('13)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 23, 2012

Disney’s CG animator Pixar is arguably suffering from a hiccup in their otherwise pristine record, and nobody could be more excited than archrival DreamWorks Animation. The company's upcoming Rise of the Guardians stars Chris Pine, A...

The Guilt Trip puts the rip in family

Olivia Altman ('14)/ Eastside Staff

November 2, 2012

The Guilt Trip, a loving, witty and hilarious movie, starts out as Andy Brewster (Seth Rogen), a young inventor, is about to go on a road trip across the country. Before leaving, Andy decides to make a quick last-minute stop at h...

East football team is in for a year of changes

Mike Reisman ('13)/ Eastside Sports Editor

September 1, 2012

The Cherry Hill East football team is in for a year of changes, moving from group four to the new group five and switching divisions, from the West Jersey Football League’s National division to the American division. The...

Wanelo offers products that users “want, need and love”

Rachel Cohen ('15)/ Eastside Community Editor

September 1, 2012

Wanelo, pronounced “wah-nee-lo” may sound like a bizarre, foreign word. However, it is the newest way to find some of the coolest products and stores. Wanelo.com is a social store created by an eclectic team from San Francisco. ...

The Perks of Being a Wallflower is coming to theaters soon

Rebecca Cohen ('15)/ Eastside Entertainment Editor

August 19, 2012

The Perks of Being a Wallflower, written by Stephen Chbosky, tells the story of Charlie, a freshman in high school who is trying to figure out how to live his life right.  Readers relive ninth grade through letters Charlie writes a...

Countries Personified

Countries Personified

August 19, 2012

Jukebox the Ghost album review: Safe Travels

Kayla Schorr ('14)/ Eastside News/Features Editor

August 18, 2012

The album Safe Travels by Jukebox the Ghost features a combination of upbeat, relaxing and generally entertaining tracks. The album was released on Tuesday, June 12, and has entertained me for the entire summer. Band members ...

Jack Kane reflects on his 94 years in Cherry Hill

Danielle Fox ('13)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief

August 5, 2012

[youtube Mlr868V4zl4] “This woman had a skirt on—she was in her thirties at least—and she had absolutely gorgeous legs, and I said, ‘My lady, I want to tell you something: don’t you ever cover those legs up. Let the...