Eastside

Jack Kane reflects on his 94 years in Cherry Hill

Danielle Fox ('13)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief

August 5, 2012

[youtube Mlr868V4zl4] “This woman had a skirt on—she was in her thirties at least—and she had absolutely gorgeous legs, and I said, ‘My lady, I want to tell you something: don’t you ever cover those legs up. Let the...

Halligan spreads message of anti-bullying to East students

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

May 31, 2012

John Halligan reached out to the senior and junior classes this morning and afternoon in a poignant assembly regarding a consequence of unrelenting bullying: suicide. In 2003, Halligan’s son Ryan committed suicide after falling...

Local citizens shine in Dancing with the Cherry Hill Stars

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside entertainment editor

May 7, 2012

In its fifth year as one the most successful fundraisers in the Cherry Hill community, the Cherry Hill Education Foundation’s annual Dancing With the Cherry Hill Stars dance competition swept the audience off its feet once again...

The Artist deserves an Oscar

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside entertainment editor

February 26, 2012

After over an hour of an amalgamation of pure genius, spectacular imagery and histrionic, yet divine, performances, is it sad that what looms in my mind the most is George Valentin’s (Jean Dujardin) boyish smile? The Artist,...

Another Earth: out of this world

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside entertainment editor

January 3, 2012

What if there was another Earth? Another you? What would you say? Perhaps, “Better luck next time.” Another Earth parallels the internal and external conflict of an identity crisis as an ex-convict (Brit Marling) begins a...

Janice Dickinson accuses America’s Next Top Model of rigging the competition

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside entertainment editor

December 13, 2011

Do you want to be on top? According to recent allegations, this might not be possible for top-model aspirers, as Tyra Banks, former model and hostess of “America’s Next Top Model,” allegedly does not actually pick her new...

The pep rally ends spirit week with a bang

Sherin Nassar ('13)/Eastside humor editor, Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside news/features editor

November 24, 2011

The culminating pep rally that took place today marked the end to a very eventful, yet sensational spirit week. Providing a catching beat, the Cherry Hill East marching band commenced the ceremonious pep rally, while the cheerleaders...

East Robotics prepares for competition

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside Entertainment Editor

November 18, 2011

East’s Robotics Club met Monday, November 14 after to school to prepare for their upcoming competition. Because the bots have to be complete by this Friday, the avid club members are working hard to ensure that all parts...

Harry Potter countdown: The midnight premier

July 17, 2011

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Harry Potter countdown: Day 6, The road to casting

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside entertainment editor

July 14, 2011

Though tonight will bring forth the much anticipated finale to the most magical Hollywood blockbuster of the century, eleven years ago JK Rowling, author of the Harry Potter series, David Heyman, the producer of the Harry Potter...

Jam for Japan

Danielle Fox ('13), Eastside entertainment editor

June 18, 2011

Fifth grader Jon Hess raised a whopping 2400 dollars to aid the exigencies of Japan through a benefit concert, which PJ Whelihans hosted last Sunday from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. “I didn’t expect that many people to be there ...

Introduction to the Harry Potter Countdown

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside entertainment editor

June 16, 2011

Muggle t-shirts, Butterbeer and wizardly wands galore, it is safe to say that the Harry Potter series has become one of the biggest global franchises of all time. First premiering in November, 2001, the Harry Potter film series will meet its end ...

Cougars aren’t as fearless as we think

Danielle Fox ('13)/Eastside entertainment editor

May 11, 2011

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, between 8.7 percent and 18.1 percent of Americans suffer from a phobia. Hence, it appears that East students may want to re-evaluate the true meaning of a phobia, as 87 percent...

Meier’s lecture opens eyes of sophomore students

Danielle Fox ('13)/ Eastside Entertainment Editor

May 5, 2011

Tina Meier, mother to Megan Meier, the fourteen-year-old who committed suicide as a result of cyber bullying, came to East to speak to the sophomores about both the consequence of verbally abusing others, as well as the reward...