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There will never be too many superhero movies

There will never be too many superhero movies

Jonathan Cohen, Eastside Staff

November 18, 2015


Filed under Opinions

With so many superhero TV shows and movies, there is a superhero for everybody. As such a beloved genre, even with a giant Marvel Cinematic Universe with Marvel TV shows and a DC movie universe with DC TV shows, there still aren’t nearly too many superheroes in the media. Whether you’re biased to Marvel or DC, the...

iPhone introduces new emojis like the middle finger emoji

Hope Rosenblatt, Eastside Opinions Editor

November 18, 2015


Filed under Opinions

In the year 2015, receiving a software update for one’s iPhone is like an early birthday present. Testing out all the cool new features and playing around with a new layout can fascinate people for days, maybe even weeks. Updates are usually extensively talked about online and in most media outlets....

East fails to maintain their softball field

East fails to maintain their softball field

Rahul Goculdas, Eastside Staff

November 10, 2015


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Cherry Hill East’s softball field is not as appealing as those in other schools. There has been talk amongst the students that the majority of the money is going to be used for building a turf field for football, rather than fixing all of the three fields (football, baseball, and softball). The...

Cherry Hill East blocks websites and apps in the building

Cherry Hill East blocks websites and apps in the building

Jenna Simons, Eastside Staff

November 10, 2015


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This year at East, numerous websites and phone Apps have been blocked through the Barracuda Web Filter. The Barracuda Web Filter is a combination of spyware, malware and virus protection. It allows the organization using the filter to block websites, with overall goals to protect computers from virus...

iPhone 6s – a change for the better?

iPhone 6s – a change for the better?

Ben Goldsmith, Eastside Multimedia Editor

October 23, 2015


Filed under Opinions

Apple’s new iPhone 6s claims that everything has changed— Everything? I recently upgraded to the 6s+ from my 6+ to get in on all the hoopla. The biggest, most notable change comes with their new pressure-response screen. Apple made this new system out to more than it amounts to. Recent Apple commercials say it “let’...

Vaccinations prevent diseases for current and future generations

Vaccinations prevent diseases for current and future generations

Shari Boiskin, Eastside Opinions Editor

September 30, 2015


Filed under National Opinions, Opinions

Vaccinations are a vital part of keeping people healthy and safe. However, there is a large and growing movement in America and other first world countries, which fights against the good name of vaccination. This anti-vaccination movement believes that the chemicals in the injection can cause disord...

The United States relies on China too much

The United States relies on China too much

Alon Goldfinger, Eastside Editorial Assistant

August 31, 2015


Filed under Global Commentary, Opinions

A government relies on another country so much that when one has an economic depression, so does the other. Then the country thinks: maybe we should have been less reliant. During the past week, the Chinese government has begun to bring itself back up from its recent economic depression. But we should no...

Cherry Hill approves plans to install new turf fields at East and West

Cherry Hill approves plans to install new turf fields at East and West

Matt Nussbaum, Eastside Opinions Editor

August 7, 2015


Filed under Opinions, School Opinions

Last week NJ.com reported that Cherry Hill Township has approved plans to install new turf athletic fields at both Cherry Hill East and Cherry Hill West high schools. The new field at East is a much needed addition, as the current field surrounded by the track has an abysmal draining system and uneven gra...

Recent Charleston shooting sparks gun control debate

Recent Charleston shooting sparks gun control debate

Hope Rosenblatt, Eastside Opinions Editor

July 1, 2015


Filed under National Opinions, Opinions

The recent church shooting in Charleston marks the seventh mass shooting in the U.S. over the past seven years. “I’ve had to make statements like this too many times,” said President Obama on the morning following the shooting. Each time a tragedy involving firearms occurs, the debate concerni...

The development of technology impacts society in many ways

The development of technology impacts society in many ways

Hope Rosenblatt, Eastside Staff

June 9, 2015


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For years “famous people” were always thought to be the ones behind the movie screen, the television screen and the radio. You could not touch them, interact with them, or be with them, and that is what made them so special. These iconic stars were the ones who “made it in Hollywood,” and got...

Cell phone use in school proves to have both benefits and drawbacks

Cell phone use in school proves to have both benefits and drawbacks

Brooke Greenberg, Eastside Staff

June 2, 2015


Filed under Opinions, School Opinions

Plastered along almost every inch of empty wall space in Cherry Hill East, occupies a Red/Green Technology Zone sign. While these signs and initiatives are meant to strengthen the academic standards and have students “shut” off during class to completely focus instead of being engrossed in their...

Teachers should assign less work during the week of finals

Teachers should assign less work during the week of finals

Amanda Seligman, Eastside Staff

June 1, 2015


Filed under Opinions, School Opinions

Finals week is a very stressful time of year for many students. Nothing is worse than having stress on top of everything. Towards the end of the year,  there is no doubt that life starts to become very chaotic. Last minute tests and homework assignments all become crammed into the last few weeks of...

Video games help people learn, struggle and ultimately adapt to the real world

Video games help people learn, struggle and ultimately adapt to the real world

Rui Zhang, Eastside Staff

May 18, 2015


Filed under National Opinions, Opinions, School Opinions

Let us talk about video games. Not about violence, because that debate is old and null, but about why videogames are so popular. It pulls us out of life, out of our daily happenings and into another universe made up of ones and zeroes. They bring us happiness, they bring us joy, and they take us out...

Vaccinations could lead to harmful side effects

Vaccinations could lead to harmful side effects

Annie Lipsett, Eastside Staff

May 4, 2015


Filed under National Opinions, Opinions

It has been said that vaccination shots save lives. But is this really the truth? Are vaccination shots worth getting? If one does not not feel comfortable getting vaccinated, should they have to? Since vaccination shots are widely consider effective, it is a no-brainer for people to get this simple...

Students should be required to complete community and service hours

Students should be required to complete community and service hours

Ashley Cooper, Eastside Community Editor

April 29, 2015


Filed under Opinions, School Opinions

Community and Service. Those three words are associated with affection, care and selfless giving. Shouldn’t all students strive to exude the aforementioned characteristics? The answer is undoubtedly yes. Therefore, all students should be required to complete a specific amount of community and service...

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