Eastside

Extracurricular activities are no longer free

Prashasti Awadhiya ('12) / Radio Manager

August 15, 2010

Starting in the fall of 2010, all middle and high school students that attend Cherry Hill public schools will have to pay a student activities fee in order to participate in any extracurricular activity. Originally, the Board...

Cherry Hill Township takes over management of Barclay Farmstead

Sherin Nassar ('13) / Opinions Editor

August 5, 2010

Fresh butter is one of the few foods that every person should take the time to make. Although a long and very tedious task that involves a lot of heavy churning, the finished product is an extremely tasty treat. For years,...

Amanda Bynes: retired or unretired?

Danielle Fox ('13) / Entertainment Editor

August 1, 2010

Child starlet Amanda Bynes has retired and unretired from her acting career via twitter all within a period of two months. On Saturday, June 19 at 7:50 AM, Bynes tweeted, “If I don’t love something anymore, I stop doing...

East seniors attend NJ Girls’ State at Georgian Court University

Darby Festa ('13) / Online News Editor

July 23, 2010

Four hundred girls from all over New Jersey assembled at Georgian Court University on June 25, 2010; six of them were East students. Incoming seniors, Tezita Watts, Jheri Grossman, Shannon Haar, Taylor Festa, Sandra Goldlust,...

I Am Love (2010) – Movie Review

Sarah Minion ('12) / Underground Editor

July 16, 2010

This summer, the movie scene includes a myriad of 3D children’s movies and mediocre comedies. However, Luca Guadagnino’s “I Am Love,” is clearly distinguishable from the rest of this summer’s average movie selection. “I...

The decision of a lifetime

Jake Fischer ('12) / Online Sports Editor

July 15, 2010

This fall, I will be taking my basketball viewing talents to my living room to witness the spectacle of the “Three Kings” in Miami. But no matter how dominant the team, how numerous the all-stars on the team’s roster, and...

Participation in the Fifa World Cup throws North Korea into famine

Diana Yu ('11) / Global Commentary Editor

July 12, 2010

As the 2010 Fifa World Cup draws to a close, it is quite interesting to reflect on its spirited combination of diplomacy and soccer. While there were many upsets this year, perhaps the most shocking and strange was the North Korean...

Letters to Juliet (2010) – Movie Review

Danielle Fox ('13)/ Entertainment Editor

July 2, 2010

The phrase “What if” has done a magnificent job with instilling doubt in people’s lives: “What if I don’t get the job?” or “What if I fail this test?”  But, Gary Winick, the director of one of 2010’s hottest...

Board gamer and East alumnus, Jay Fox, lands a trip to France

Sherin Nassar ('13)/ Opinions Editor

July 2, 2010

Hobbies and passion can sure lead to some extraordinary things. For example, a girl who picks up a microphone and starts to sing could land herself on the stage of American Idol; a boy who hits a baseball could become the leading...

City Island (2010) – Movie Review

Hannah Feinberg ('12)/ Community Editor

July 1, 2010

City Island, which premiered at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival, is a surprisingly poignant black comedy about a loving New York family on the brink of collapse.  Directed by Raymond de Felitta, and starring Andy Garcia, Juli...

PTSD

Danielle Hu ('11) / Art Director

July 1, 2010