Students and Chaperones stop for a picture in front of the Snow and Ice Hotel.

East’s French Department goes to Québec City, Canada

Alexis Rovner, Eastside Staff February 4, 2023

32 students within East’s French classes had the opportunity to go to Québec City, Canada, and explore the city's history, food, and popular activities. The four days and three nights of their stay...

Passionate East students shared this post on social media which contains inaccurate information on the situation.

Perry addresses rumors about changes to Lunch and Learn

Jillian Koenig, Eastside News Editor February 3, 2023

On Thursday, February 2, 2023, rumors spread among East students that the current Lunch and Learn system would be going away, and students would have to return to homerooms. By 8:30 a.m. on Thursday morning,...

Cherry Hill East alum Conrad Kramer developed Apple Shortcuts before the age of 19

Meet the technology prodigy who hacked our high school

Lauren Winslow, Eastside Online Editor in Chief February 2, 2023

Imagine you are roaming the halls of your high school, scrolling through pictures on Instagram, and out of nowhere, every single picture becomes the very same picture of a goat. Conrad Kramer (‘14)...

East students collect their bingo prizes at the SGA office.

School-wide SGA hosts a bingo event

Alexis Rovner, Eastside Staff February 1, 2023

This week, from Tuesday, January 31, 2023, to Friday, February 3, 2023, school-wide SGA is hosting a bingo event. At the beginning of each block, two to three numbers will be called. Students who win will...

Hu collects feminine products to donate to Her Drive

Hu hosts a Her Drive to combat period poverty

Abby Yu, Eastside Managing Editor January 29, 2023

When Rebecca Hu (‘24) was looking for volunteer work to do during her freshman year, she came across Her Drive, an organization whose goal is to provide feminine products and hygienic supplies to those...

Students sit in Cafeteria 1 for study hall prior to new study hall changes.

Eastside believes new study hall changes will benefit students

Eastside Editorial Board January 27, 2023

Changes to study halls will begin with the start of the second semester on Monday, January 30. Students taking study halls will now be assigned to different classrooms instead of the cafeterias and the...

Students wait to hear the announcement of the raffle winners toward the end of the event.

East holds a Lunar New Year festival

Ella Hampton, Eastside News Editor January 27, 2023

On Friday, January 20th, Cherry Hill High School East held a Lunar New Year festival after school in Cafeteria 2. Chinese Honor Society, Chinese Student Association, Korean Culture Club and Vietnamese...

Siddarth Pejavara (23) [located in the center of the picture] tries his hardest to improve School Spirit and bring everyone together, especially at Basketball games.

Siddarth Pejavara leads the Class of 2023 through a successful school year

Elly Cicha , Eastside Staff January 23, 2023

Class president elections can be nerve-wracking, and deciding on an individual to represent the entire class for the whole of the school year is nearly impossible. However, Siddarth Pejavara (‘23), the...

Mr. Console is retiring to Valencia, Spain after this year. He looks forward to the adventure Spain holds for him.

Mr. Console chooses to retire after his 19 years of teaching at East

Alexis Rovner, Eastside Staff January 23, 2023

Mr. Console Ends His Time at East Beloved Spanish teacher and Habitat for Humanity club advisor Mr. Console is retiring at the end of this year after teaching at East for the last 19 years. Console...

Club members from Spanish Honors Society, Latinos and Amigos, and Interact sold pulseras and bolsitas in front of the East Auditorium.

East hosts a Pulsera Project sale

Alexis Rovner, Eastside Staff January 18, 2023

Interact Club, Latinos, and Amigos and Spanish Honors Society partnered together to host a Pulsera Project sale of pulseras and bolsitas from November 28th, 2022 through December 12, 2022.   On the...

Adam Leibowitz (25) performing in this years Spirit Week Dance.

Adam Leibowitz leads the Class of 2025 through a successful school year

Gabriel Grodanz, Eastside Staff January 18, 2023

“It feels good being able to represent my class and act as a voice of the people in my grade,” says the President for the Class of 2025, Adam Leibowitz (‘25). Leibowitz tells Eastside Online about...

Students crowd the dance floor and show off their dance moves at Frosh.

Outer Space Frosh recap

Ronak Pathak, Eastside Staff January 18, 2023

On Friday, January 13th, around 400 students from different grades and schools—the majority being East freshmen—went to Cherry Hill East dressed to the nine for the Class of 2026’s Frosh Dance. This...

Wangs senior student portrait from the 2011 yearbook (left) and a more recent photo of Wang, courtesy of Euronews (right).

Exclusive Interview With Crypto-Mogul Gary Wang’s Parents

Alena Zhang January 13, 2023

In the third installment of The Wang Files… Gary Wang, formally known as Zixiao Wang, has recently faced widespread scrutiny for his involvement in a multi-billion dollar scandal with the cryptocurrency...

Thomas Piotrowski is a committed member of the East Boys Soccer team.

Thomas Piotrowski leads the Class of 2024 through a successful school year

Ayal Englander, Eastside Staff January 11, 2023

Thomas Piotrowski (‘24) is a dedicated individual who gives his time to the well-being of Cherry Hill East. Across his years at the school, he has helped plan and execute a variety of events that are...

Wangs senior student portrait from the 2011 yearbook (left) and a more recent photo of Wang, courtesy of Euronews (right).

We found Gary Wang. Here’s what we know, Part 2.

Asher Boiskin, Alena Zhang, and Gia Gupta January 10, 2023

In the second installment of The Wang Files… While at Cherry Hill High School East, Gary (Zixiao) Wang was widely regarded as the smartest person of his 2011 class. As a sophomore, Wang took Multivariable...

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