You wanna be on top?: America’s Next Top Model All Stars, episode 7

Shanice Davis ('12)/Eastside staff

November 15, 2011

Bre’s elimination takes some girls by surprise at the beginning of episode seven. “It’s definitely going to get interesting in the house now because now Bianca doesn’t have a bodyguard,” Lisa said. Bianca also realizes...

Eighties film Footloose remade and modernized

Rachel Tinkleman ('13)/Eastside staff

November 15, 2011

“Do they sell men’s clothes where you bought that hat?” That is just one of the few good lines missing from the reboot of the classic 1984 movie Footloose, which came out Friday, October 14.  But not all of the changes m...

HBO Go is a go

Dylan Fingerman ('13)/Eastside Editorial Assistant

November 15, 2011

Home Box Office, more commonly known as HBO, developed a new way for fans to watch their favorite shows of their own accord through a new service, free to subscribers, called HBO Go. Though HBO first released HBO Go in mid-F...

UNICEF club collects money for impoverished children

Thomas Hudson ('14)/Eastside Director of Technology

November 1, 2011

UNICEF has been recognized since December 11, 1946. In December, the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund will be celebrating 65 years of responding to the needs of millions of displaced and refugee children...

Florence and the Machine track reviews

Jenna Wilson/Eastside Staff

November 1, 2011

Florence and the Machine, is the brainchild of singer Florence Welch, an import from Britain, who is changing the face of the music industry with every song she sings. The international star is dropping her highly anticipated...

New armchair sits well with retired Pitchfork writer Ajay Nadig

Ajay Nadig ('13)/Eastside staff

October 31, 2011

Most lives are populated by chairs.  In general, most of the worlds work gets done while seated, and one may even spend hours on a chair every day.  This rich tradition of chairdom has been kept going by a number of the big...

Fall music recap

Juliet Brooks ('13)/Eastside News/Features editor

October 31, 2011

The Fall Music Preview took place on Thursday, October 27,  from 7:30 to 9:15 PM. The Preview showcased all of the facets of East’s Music Department. Every musical group performed one song. The auditorium was packed with...

East participates in Red Ribbon Week

Emmy Silverman ('13)/Eastside Sports editor

October 31, 2011

Red Ribbon week came and went, leaving East in the wake of drug-free sentiments and hidden weebles. The students and faculty of Cherry Hill East stood up against drugs and alcohol by participating in the Red Ribbon week activities....

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children book review

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

October 31, 2011

Ransom Riggs’ teen bestseller, Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children, tells a suspenseful, mind-altering tale of Jacob Portman, a typical sixteen-year-old boy. Though Jacob seems to be a normal teen at the beginning of th...

You wanna be on top?: America’s Next Top Model All Stars, Episode 6

Shanice Davis ('12)/Eastside staff

October 31, 2011

Episode 6 opens up with Bre confessing that she had spent a lot of time protecting Bianca throughout the competition. “I took time off of thinking about myself, and now I put myself in jeopardy. I’m not spending [any] time...

Badminton Club: an inside look

Prashasti Awadhiya ('12)/Eastside news/features editor

October 26, 2011

Badminton Club met at the East gym after school Thursday. About 35 kids reported initially and as usual, those that brought their own badminton rackets with shuttles began to play, but the advisor, Mrs Whitcraft provided others with the badm...

Terror gone profitable

Alexa Garber ('12)/Eastside staff

October 23, 2011

9/11 is a date we all promise to never forget.  But when does remembering take a turn for the worst? Around the date this year, I expected the usual newscasts, videos, and pictures blasting TV. Who knew that what we would be...

Wilco grows up

Wilco grows up

October 20, 2011

Boy With Biggest Backpack: “Don’t bring me down”

Sarah Robbins ('13)/Eastside Staff

October 19, 2011

By now you must heard of a new menace that plagues our halls and terrifies our students. The kid with the biggest backpack, nicknamed the backpack boy, looms over our halls like a shadow, primarily because most of the time he’s...

The busiest teacher at East balances a rigorous schedule

Gilana Levavi ('14)/Eastside Editorial Assistant

October 19, 2011

My name is Mr. B. Z. Teechurr and I am the busiest teacher at East. I know, you think all teachers are busy—they have to educate the future generation, while grading papers, updating progress-book, frightening children, etc....