In honor of Womens History Month, Eastside celebrates womens achievements and contributions in history.

Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women’s History Month

In honor of Women's History Month in the month of March, Eastside presents a celebration of female representation in various aspects of our daily lives. In honor of this month, we encourage women to "break...

My journey of discovering the beauty of my culture

Alena Zhang, Eastside Community Editor February 22, 2021

Hi, my name is Alena Zhang. I am Chinese. I used to be ashamed of my culture. Everyday, my mom lovingly packed me different lunches: dumplings, fried rice, onion pancakes, and every Chinese food imaginable....

Building friendships as a first-generation student

Yena Son, Eastside Photo Editor February 22, 2021

Because I attended an elementary school with an Asian population of less than 3%, my immigrant parents often worried if I would fit in with the other students. I firmly remember naturally gravitating...

Dealing with mental health

Inesa Linker, Eastside Culture Editor February 22, 2021

Mental health is something many parents aren’t equipped to handle. This line of logic is something that especially applies to immigrant parents. Mental health is an issue that has gained increasing traction...

First-generation immigrants arent immigrants themselves, but they are the children of immigrants.

Experiences of East first-generation immigrant students

Although there is some disagreement on what being a first-generation immigrant exactly is, it's generally agreed that a first-generation immigrant is a citizen who has a parent that immigrated to the country...

Comparing educations between generations

Alena Zhang, Eastside Community Editor February 20, 2021

Across counties, states, and countries, school systems vary in terms of grading scales, homework loads, and environments. These gaps, as well as generational differences, may lead to assumptions about...

Winter Holidays 2020 (COVID-19 Edition)

Winter Holidays 2020 (COVID-19 Edition)

As the holiday season progresses, aside from the unconventional methods of celebrating winter holidays nationwide, many of East’s students will also find themselves in situations ranging from distanced...

In the upcoming holiday season, plenty of baking will happen. Here are some of Eastsides best bakes.

Baking during the holidays

Brielle Lampf, Inesa Linker, Lily Lazarus, and Alena Zhang December 21, 2020

Crunchy cookies, chewy cookies, fudgy cookies, and cakey cookies are just a few of the categories we can group these delicious treats into. Whether they are chocolatey or minty, we can all agree that cookies...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed on September 18th after a lifetime of fighting for gender equality.

Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg

On September 18, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed from pancreatic cancer. Early on in her career, she fought for equality between men and women as a lawyer. As a justice, she continued...

Eastside Editors introduce their sections for the 2020-2021 school year.

Introducing Eastside 2020-2021

Eastside Staff September 17, 2020

We want to welcome everybody to Eastside for the 2020-2021 school year. Although we might be virtual, nothing can stop Eastside from producing content for print, online, YouTube, Anchor and all of our...

Eastside Senior Issue 2020

Eastside Senior Issue 2020

Eastside Online June 4, 2020
Today officially marks the day the Eastside senior issue is now available! Print copies will be accessible on you assigned grade-level day to visit the school, and we will have a digital copy posted soon. In the meantime, be sure to check out some of our awesome online stories to complement the senior issue!
The Class of 2020 has been at East for four long years, and now that they are graduating, is sharing their stories and experiences from their time at East.

Senior Perspectives: Class of 2020

Although the Class of 2020’s senior year has been cut short due to the coronavirus, they’re finding new ways to stay connected with East and each other. Whether it’s through birthday drive-bys, door...

Check out where your friends will be attending college next year on this nifty map!

Class of 2020 College Commitment Map

Feel free to scroll through and select points on the map to learn more about who is going to the different schools! Based on data gathered by the "CHE Class of 2020 College Decisions" Facebook group.

The 2020 Mr. East contestants cannot wait to show off their acts for the first ever virtual Mr. East competition.

Let’s meet the contestants for Mr. East 2020!

Mr. East is often looked forward to by the entire student body, especially the senior class. It is a chance for some of the most entertaining 12th Grade boys to strut their stuff and showcase their talents....

The 2019 East Athletic Hall of Fame

The 2019 East Athletics Hall of Fame Inductees were given the prestigious honor to be among the most talented and decorated athletes from Cherry Hill East. These athletes were inducted on November 30,...

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