Eastside

Night of One-Acts goes wonderfully

Zachary Schwartz ('10)/ Eastside Humor Editor

May 9, 2010

On Saturday, May 8th 2010 at 6 pm, Cherry Hill High School East hosted the annual One-Act Play and spring 48-Hour Film festivals. During this event, audience members were shown six student-directed and produced (and in one case...

Up! review

Zach Schwartz ('10)/ Eastside Humor Editor

March 4, 2010

In the same way that Walt Disney Pictures has become synonymous with traditionally animated films, Pixar Animation Studio is usually the first studio to come to mind whenever mentioning computer-animated films. For over a decade,...

Local man confused by concept of leap year

Zach Schwartz ('10)/ Eastside Humor Editor and Zach Schwartz ('10)/ Eastside Humor Editor

March 1, 2010

An Area man has entered a depression, caused mainly by confusion over the concept of leap years as well as the month of February in general. Noah Marlin, 47, pondered February’s twenty-eight days compared to the...

East students participate in fire drill after 8th period

Zach Schwartz ('10)/ Eastside Humor Editor and Zach Schwartz ('10)/ Eastside Humor Editor

February 23, 2010

Monday afternoon, East's students and faculty participated in a routine fire drill. There was nothing unusual about this drill, save for when it took place: at the end of 8th period, the very end of the school day. Students and...

Pokémon invade Cherry Hill East

Zach Schwartz ('10)/ Eastside Humor Editor

July 16, 2009

During the summer months, less maintenance is required to keep East up and running. Among other things, the school’s lawn is allowed to grow freely. A month’s worth of such neglect has led to a waist-high grass sprouting up around...

Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher rises from illegal plumber to famous polical commentator

Zachary Schwartz ('10)

January 18, 2009

Recently, Samuel Joseph Wurzelbacher, known by Americans as "Joe the plumber," has been riding a wave of moderate notability. His conflict with Barack Obama during the 2008 presidential election ensured that he would have a place...

Shoe terrorist targets President Bush

Zachary Schwartz ('10)

January 3, 2009

Recent events in Iraq have given birth to a new breed of terrorist: The shoe terrorist. The first known instance of this footwear-based terrorism took place during a press conference in Iraq. President Bush was addressing the...

McCain suffering from severe old

Zach Schwartz ('10)

October 25, 2008

If Americans have been paying attention to the presidential debates, it should seem to them like John McCain is a pretty popular guy. John McCain thinks everyone is his friend. Barack Obama; the moderator; Joe Biden... John McC...