Surprising antics of the Australian Open

Keshav Amaro ('15)/ Eastside Opinions Editor

February 9, 2014

The first important tennis grand slam event just wrapped up on January 26, 2014 in Melbourne, Australia. This two week hard-court event took place with great fervor among the Aussies. During the men’s singles tournament,...

Resolve Syria conflict without U.S. intervention

Kevin Pang (‘15)/ For Eastside

October 13, 2013

In a recent turn of events, allegations of the Syrian government using chemical weapons against its own people arose in late August. The Syrian civil war, a bloody insurgency over the resignation of President Bashar al-Assad and...

Foreign education systems severely in need of reform

Emily Hsu ('12)/Eastside staff

October 7, 2010

We spend roughly a quarter of our lives acquiring a formal education.  After all, as the old adage goes, education is the key to success.  With enough hard work, a high school education leads to a college diploma.  A job. ...

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...