Eastside

Legally Blonde gets cancelled due to the Coronavirus

Legally Blonde gets cancelled due to the Coronavirus

Ryan Boyle, Eastside Staff

March 15, 2020

For forty-two years of persistent theatrical excellence, much of East’s staff and veteran student members reminisce with heavy hearts for their former theatre director, Tom Weaver. Although the man himself is noticeably absent from East’s halls and auditorium, the array of his awards serve as memoria...

Class of 2021: Junior Prom Preview

Class of 2021: Junior Prom Preview

Ziv Amsili, Eastside Staff

March 14, 2020

On April 24, 2020, Junior Prom of the class of 2021 will be held at The Merion in Cinnaminson, NJ. Their theme this year is the roaring twenties. The class officers say that this particular theme identifies well with their class since they have been learning about the roaring twenties (1920s)...

Alicia Cosenza Stars in Spring Musical Legally Blonde

Alicia Cosenza Stars in Spring Musical Legally Blonde

Jamie McManmon, Eastside Staff

March 12, 2020

On March 6th in the auditorium, the curtains rose and the light went up as sorority girls sang to the audience about the impending proposal that is to happen to their Delta Nu sorority president, Elle. Little did these characters know that this was the beginning of the classic story of Legally Blonde...

Update on the reconstruction at East

Update on the reconstruction at East

Ziv Amsili, Eastside Staff

March 12, 2020

On April 6, 2020, Cherry Hill East will be undergoing a major refurbishment. Locations of improvement will include the cafeteria opening near the auditorium, all the way to the East gym through F-wing. After some of the reconstruction takes place, students and staff should expect to see walls up...

Deca States proves a successful, educational, and fun opportunities for East students

Deca States proves a successful, educational, and fun opportunities for East students

Inesa Linker, Eastside Staff

March 5, 2020

DECA States took place on Monday, March 2nd and Tuesday, March 3rd. Students taking business as an elective had the option to participate in DECA regionals, and the top performers from the regional competition advanced to the State level. Of the 320 East students that began the competition, 155 advanced....

The Class of 2020 senior trip is right around the corner

The Class of 2020 senior trip is right around the corner

Ryan Boyle, Eastside Staff

February 27, 2020

Cherry Hill East will soon dawn upon its third month of the new decade. While this typically fuels stricter mindsets for most of the student body, for much of the adrenaline-supercharged seniors, end-of-the-road vibes can prove to be a major obstacle towards staying focused on the academic year. The...

New Construction near main entrance changes entryway for all

New Construction near main entrance changes entryway for all

Lauren Smith, Eastside News Editor

February 27, 2020

Story originally appeared in the 2020 February Issue The Cherry Hill Board of Education has begun preparations to build new security vestibules at both Cherry Hill East and West. While construction for West began a little over a month ago, East started its renovations the week before winter break. ...

Black History Month

Black History Month

Defne Alpdogan, Jacy Dickstein, and Emily Mahaffy

February 25, 2020

Featured in Eastside February 2020 Issue After waiting 100 years for civil rights, African Americans were finally granted equality with the signing of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. From the age of Black Power to Colin Kapernick’s stance at National Football League games, the landscape of African Ame...

The Class of 2022 has a blast at the 2020 Sophomore Cotillion

The Class of 2022 has a blast at the 2020 Sophomore Cotillion

Lyann Mejia, Eastside Staff

February 24, 2020

Sophomores and their dates went all out in velvety dresses and suits with ties at the Sophomore Cotillion dance last Friday. It was held in Cafe 2, starting at 7:00 pm and ending a little bit after 10:00 pm. You could not even tell that the dance was in the cafeteria, the room completely. There were...

Revisions to the bus procedure alters morning transportation

Revisions to the bus procedure alters morning transportation

Bella Levin, Eastside News Editor

February 15, 2020

Story originally appeared in the 2020 February Issue East plans to implement a new bus procedure to prevent student car accidents in the parking lots. This change will occur in February and only affects the morning procedure. Mr. Lou Papa, Department Supervisor of Building Security, Campus Police, ...

“Our Music, Our Story” 100 Years of Making our Voices Heard

“Our Music, Our Story” 100 Years of Making our Voices Heard

Ziv Amsili, Eastside Staff

February 10, 2020

Story originally appeared in the 2020 February Issue The annual showcase run by African American Culture Club took place on Saturday, February 8, at 2 p.m. Titled “Our Music, Our Story: 100 Years of Making Our Stories Heard,” the show reflected the African American experience through the use ...

The African American Culture Club embody their rich musical heritage through annual show

The African American Culture Club embody their rich musical heritage through annual show

Ziv Amsili, Eastside Staff

February 2, 2020

On Saturday, February 8, 2020, the African American Culture Club’s annual show, titled “Our Music, Our Story: 100 Years of Making Our Stories Heard”, will seek to reflect the complex experiences of African Americans across centuries, through the lens of their musical culture from the 1920s to the...

East strives to bring more heart to its halls through the annual Great Kindness Challenge

East strives to bring more heart to its halls through the annual Great Kindness Challenge

James Kwak, Eastside Staff

January 23, 2020

“Extend yourself in kindness to other human beings wherever you can,” said Oprah Winfrey. Being kind to other people can go a long way, and Cherry Hill East seeks to celebrate the value and message of kindness through the annual Great Kindness Challenge, a chance for kids in schools all around...

East’s Symphony Orchestra Receives Honors to Perform in D.C over President’s Day Weekend

East’s Symphony Orchestra Receives Honors to Perform in D.C over President’s Day Weekend

Ryan Boyle, Eastside Staff

January 20, 2020

Led by the exemplary musicianship of teacher Timothy Keleher, Cherry Hill East’s very own Symphony Orchestra can be heard down school halls rehearsing musical literature with tactful precision. All the months of rehearsals during lunchtime and class-time has been spent in perform within the Concert...

East’s Vocal Department prepares for a magical night of music

East’s Vocal Department prepares for a magical night of music

Inesa Linker, Eastside Staff

January 16, 2020

The Winter Choral Concert will take place this Thursday, January 16th. The vocal department forms an integral part of the East community, bringing hundreds of students together through their love of music. From vocal workshop to the Belles of East, the vocal community at East is vast and diverse. Students...