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Cheerio! British Culture club provides a jolly good time

Laura Kane ('11)/Eastside Editor-in-Chief

April 13, 2011

Although Cherry Hill East may be an ocean away from England, East students can sample a taste of British life at the British Culture Club every Tuesday after school in room B139. At this week’s meeting, club members discussed...

Mr. East 2011 recap

Mr. East 2011 recap

April 9, 2011

True Life: I’m A [Vegan/Vegetarian]

Eastside Editorial Board and Eastside Editorial Board

January 25, 2011

As will be explained in the January issue, fourteen Eastside editors embarked on a three-week journey of changing their dietary habits. These are their stories: http://www.eastside-online.org/news/vegetarian-reflection-hailey-edelstein-12/ http://www.eastside-online.org/news/vegan-reflection-alana-kopelson-12/ http://www.eastside-online.org/news/vegan-reflec...

Vegan Reflection: Laura Kane (’11)

By Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief

January 25, 2011

I’m a girl that could live off of cheeseburgers, fries and milkshakes, a.k.a. a full-hearted omnivore. Thus, staying true to a vegan diet was nothing short of will power. My spur of the moment Friday pizza nights were replaced with pre-planned tofu and rice dishes; my meal...

French club discusses holiday party

Laura Kane ('11)/Eastside Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2010

Yesterday, the French Club met in room B132 to discuss future field trips and a holiday crepe party. Due to a small sign up, this Friday’s field trip has been postponed to an undecided day in January. However, to celebrate the...

Creamy Acres provides a dose of Halloween fright

Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2010

During the chilly month of October, South Jersey residents seek ghoulish Halloween experiences. Running from powerful chainsaws, hiding from horrific ghosts and screaming in fear are just a few of the many ways to heighten the...

Weebles Wobble but they don’t fall off the wagon: Red Ribbon Week this monday

Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Editor-in-chief

October 23, 2010

Red ribbon week begins on Monday 25. To create drug and substance awareness, a specific activity is assigned to each day of the week to involve the student body. East in Action will host this year’s red ribbon week. The club...

Anthropologie fashion show

Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Editor in Chief and Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Editor in Chief

September 1, 2010

On Monday, August 16, Anthropologie, a home and clothing store, stayed true to its trend-setting name by hosting its first customer event of its kind called “Two for the Road: An evening with Anna and Keith.” Housed inside...

Israel Awareness Club celebrates Israel’s Independence Day

Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor and Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor

April 22, 2010

Today after school in C306, The Israel Awareness Club had a successful second meeting. The club leaders taught a brief history on Theodore Herzl, the man who created the first Zionist congress. Herzl formed the congress in the...

Art Club plans to add art to the guidance wing

Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor and Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor

February 24, 2010

Today the art club met after school with Mrs. Regan to discuss a plan to create new wall art for the guidance office. The guidance department hopes with the help of the art club to spruce up the plain white walls that currently...

The 2010 Volunteer Fair offers community service opportunities

Laura Kane (’11)/ Eastside Community Editor, Laura Kane (’11)/ Eastside Community Editor, Laura Kane (’11)/ Eastside Community Editor, Laura Kane (’11)/ Eastside Community Editor, and Laura Kane (’11)/ Eastside Community Editor

February 9, 2010

On Monday February 8, East’s and West’s PTAs organized the 2010 Volunteer Fair at the Cherry Hill Library. Over ten volunteer organizations held booths to recruit teen volunteers for their services. From Bancroft to the Camden...

Disney reveals plans to build new Lost ride

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February 7, 2010

Die-hard fans of Lost who dreamed of running away from the smoke monster or fighting against the darma initiative, may now be able to see their wish come true through Disney’s new stimulus ride. Disney is now workshopping...

Comcast Holiday Spectacular brings the holiday season to a close

Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor, Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor, Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor, Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor, and Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor

December 31, 2009

Comcast, one of the country’s largest cable, internet, and phone companies, is now offering the community more than just “triple play.” The Comcast headquarters, located in downtown Philadelphia, is showcasing a great holiday...

Demogorgon holds its weekly meeting after school

Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor and Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor

December 3, 2009

Demogorgon (Demo), East's literary magazine, holds its weekly meeting every Thursday. Every year a new edition of the magazine comes out, which features short stories, poems, and photos generated by Cherry Hill East students....

Tryouts for A Midsummer Night’s Dream begin

Laura Kane ('11)/ Eastside Community Editor

October 14, 2009

This afternoon at 2:45 the drama department met in the East auditorium. Students of all grades at East tried out for parts in this year’s fall play, A Midsummer Night’s dream. The play is not a musical, therefore each student...