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Disney characters fill the auditorium at fifth annual Kaleidoscope concert

Disney characters fill the auditorium at fifth annual Kaleidoscope concert

Steve Mirsen, Eastside News/Features Editor January 31, 2015

The annual Kaleidoscope concert, this year Disney themed, is a fundraiser for East’s Music Boosters Scholarship Fund. Before and after the show, bidding for a silent auction was held in Cafeteria One....

Students race to “fish” the fastest for Swedish Fish in a pie of whipped cream.

Senior and junior classes come out on top for the “Go Fish” contest

Rachel Cohen, Eastside Editor-in-Chief November 26, 2014

On Tuesday, November 25, Student Activities Director and teacher Mr. CJ Davis hosted another Spirit Week contest in Cafeteria 1 during both lunch/break periods. The object of the contest was to “fish”...

Juniors proudly win the Spirit Week Dance.

Juniors win Spirit Week dance competition

Jacob Borowsky, Eastside Underground Editor November 26, 2014

For the first time since 2009, the junior class has defeated the senior class and won the 2014 Spirit Week dance competition. The sophomores placed third, while the freshman class finished fourth. This...

Students smile and laugh as they transform into

Sophomore class takes win for crab soccer

Marlee Zeitz, Eastside Sports Editor November 19, 2014

Today, November 19, at approximately 10:50 a.m. the first event of Spirit Week 2014 took place in the DiBart Gym. All four grades battled it out on the court playing crab soccer! The four grades sat...

SGA sets goals for the new school year

Steve Mirsen, Eastside News/Features Editor September 26, 2014

It is still the beginning of the school year for most people here at East, but for the Student Government Association, the future is much closer and a lot needs to be done. SGA has already set many goals...

School supplies will not cost students and parents much money once they look for easy ways to save.

Students can save on back to school supplies

Sonia Kim, Eastside Webmaster September 2, 2014

It is the most wonderful time of the year—the time to go back to school shopping. With the start of the new school year, many families are spending a lot of money on school supplies, clothes and electronics. According...

Ed Sheeran tops worldwide charts with second album titled

Ed Sheeran tops worldwide charts with second album titled “X”

Meghna Kothari, Eastside Editor-in-Chief September 1, 2014

Ed Sheeran fans everywhere, or Sheerios as they call themselves, have been bubbling with exultance as the British singer-songwriter  released a second studio album titled X (multiply)on June 23. After...

Voorhees Animal Orphanage truly cares for its animals and prospective adopters

Steve Mirsen, Eastside News/Features Editor August 31, 2014

The Voorhees Animal Orphanage commits itself to compassion for cats, dogs, and humans alike. The no-kill shelter takes in over 1,500 animals each year, and cares for over 200 animals a day, according to...

People should advocate more for causes they care about

Rachel Cohen, Eastside Editor-in-Chief August 31, 2014

Starting a few weeks ago, Facebook newsfeeds exploded with ALS Ice Bucket Challenge posts, marking one of the few times that an advocacy campaign went viral. Many students from Cherry Hill East participated...

Jason Mraz's new album offers songs about friendship and love

Jason Mraz’s new album offers songs about friendship and love

Dani Roth, Eastside Community Editor August 18, 2014

Fans are saying "yes!" to Jason Mraz's new album, Yes!, which was released on July 11. Jason Mraz has been able to capture the hearts of pop, alternative, and soft rock fans while still jamming out to...

Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails perform at the Susquehanna Bank Center

Liza Rothkoff, Eastside Entertainment Editor August 17, 2014

Both Soundgarden and Nine Inch Nails were pioneers of the nineties music scene. When the two acts hit the stage at Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden on July 30, both bands had their fans on their feet. The...

Barclay Farms hosts communal concert

Jenna Myers, Eastside Opinions Editor July 14, 2014

On the first day of Music Under the Stars, a communal concert held every summer, a local band "Don't Call Me Francis" took the stage at 7:15 p.m. Before they took the stage, a band made up of Cherry Hill...

Students take up jobs as lifeguards

Kaitlyn Boyle, Eastside News/Features Editor July 7, 2014

At the conclusion of finals, students burst out of their classrooms and enter a summer of total relaxation. Some Cherry Hill East swimmers, however, have opted to spend their break a different way. Instead...

ASMR videos gain attention amongst Youtube viewers

Within the past decade, Internet users from all over the globe log into the same user-friendly interface to watch videos posted on the web. Founded in 2005, Youtube has been a leading search engine for...

Writer shares her opinion on post high school education options

Post high school education is a topic that frequently comes up in conversation between teenagers and their families. With today’s technology, there are so many different ways to receive a higher education...

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