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Over 42 Injured at BB & T Pavilion Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg Concert

Over 42 Injured at BB & T Pavilion Wiz Khalifa & Snoop Dogg Concert

Jared Fisch, Eastside Underground Editor
August 7, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Showcase

Over 40 people were injured at a Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg concert this past Friday after a railing collapsed at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey. The railing separates concertgoers in the pit section from a concrete walkway several feet below them. The railing gave way, allowing dozens to fa... Read more »

The National Park Service to soon celebrate its Centennial Anniversary

The National Park Service to soon celebrate its Centennial Anniversary

Eric First, Eastside Underground Editor
July 30, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Showcase

On August 25, 2016, the United States National Park Service (NPS), a federal agency under the United States Department of the Interior, will celebrate its 100-year anniversary. Visitors to any of the 412 parks protected by the NPS will receive free admission to these sites from August 25 through August 2... Read more »

Pokémon Go: A Fad or Here to Stay?

Ashley Cooper, Eastside Editor-in-Chief
July 22, 2016
Filed under News/Features

Undoubtedly, since its inception just over two weeks ago, Pokémon Go has become an extreme phenomenon. All throughout the nation, people of all ages have been playing the nostalgic game and particularly so within the Cherry Hill community. East sophomore, Seth Treiman ('19) particularly believes... Read more »

Pokémon Go: An Overnight Sensation

Pokémon Go: An Overnight Sensation

Jared Fisch, Eastside Underground Editor
July 22, 2016
Filed under Eastside Special, News/Features, Showcase

If you still haven’t heard of Pokémon Go, you are probably living under a rock… Pokémon Go is unarguably the hottest game of the summer thus far. Developed by Niantic, a software development company based in San Francisco, California, the app was released on July 6, 2016 in the U.S. a... Read more »

Cherry Hill School District holds a variety of summer preparation courses for high school students

Cherry Hill School District holds a variety of summer preparation courses for high school students

Louis Zimmermann, Eastside News/Features Editor
June 23, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Showcase

Once finally finishing their last final exam, students find themselves faced with one magnificent event, giving them two months of freedom from school: Summer. During the summer, some East students want nothing more than to play mindless activities with friends and to explore the world on family vac... Read more »

Senior Perspective Videos: Congrats Class of 2016!

Senior Perspective Videos: Congrats Class of 2016!

Ashley Cooper, Eastside Underground Editor
June 17, 2016
Filed under Eastside Special, News/Features, Showcase

On June 16, nearly 550 East students gathered together for their final East experience as a class: Graduation. Cougar Pride rang high; one could simply feel it in the air as the senior class marched proudly to their seats at the commencement of the graduation ceremony. Eastside set out to celebrate... Read more »

Senior Perspective: Sergio Parsi

Senior Perspective: Sergio Parsi

Sergio Parsi, For Eastside
June 13, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Senior Perspectives

It’s hard to believe the best four years of my life are coming to an end. Not only has East given me countless opportunities, but it has also given me relationships that I’ll cherish forever. I recall my first days as a freshman; I was so intimidated by the change and wondering how I would fit... Read more »

Senior Perspective: Jack Tremper

Senior Perspective: Jack Tremper

Jack Tremper, For Eastside
June 13, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Senior Perspectives

Being a member of the Cherry Hill East Class of 2016 is probably one of the most exhausting jobs a high school student could take on. The countless hours of extracurricular activities, homework and time with friends can really wear a person down. I, for one, am completely and utterly worn out, but this... Read more »

Twins of the East Class of 2016: Alise and Brittney Furman

Twins of the East Class of 2016: Alise and Brittney Furman

Alise Furman and Brittney Furman
June 13, 2016
Filed under News/Features

Eastside asked the following questions to all of the Class of 2016 twins. How are you similar to your twin? How are you different from your twin? What are your plans for the future? Alise Furman: We have the same eye and hair color and share a birthday. We have completely differen... Read more »

Jared Burmood Senior Perspective

Jared Burmood Senior Perspective

Jared Burmood, For Eastside
June 13, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Senior Perspectives

My goal upon entering East was to go unnoticed, and since you are reading this now, you can assume that outcome. I tried my best though. I never got into sports; I never got into a relationship; I never went to a single dance. Except, I only wish that were true. For the past four years, I’ve played... Read more »

Meredith Peltzman Senior Perspective

Meredith Peltzman Senior Perspective

Meredith Peltzman, For Eastside
June 12, 2016
Filed under News/Features

Walking into East on my first day as a scared freshman, I had no idea what the next four years would bring.   Four years ago, I never expected that I would make some of the best memories of my life here at East. I never expected that, in these presumably stressful classes, I would meet some of my best... Read more »

Nevin Beasley Senior Perspective

Nevin Beasley Senior Perspective

Nevin Beasley, For Eastside
June 12, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Senior Perspectives

Since the first day of freshman year I knew what East had to offer. Even before then I heard of the great opportunities that would be in store for me right hear at East. From starting school at 7:30 a.m. to getting home at 5:30 p.m. from practice, it’s easy to say most of my high school life has... Read more »

Jason Fisch Senior Perspective

Jason Fisch Senior Perspective

Jason Fisch, For Eastside
June 12, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Senior Perspectives

As a freshman at East, I was unsure of which club to join. Dr. Obreza, the principal at the time, once said “The first part of the day ends at 2:30. The second part of the school day begins at 2:30.” The “second” part of the school day includes all the clubs, activities and sports that students... Read more »

Caity Martinez Senior Perspective

Caity Martinez Senior Perspective

Caity Martinez, For Eastside
June 12, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Senior Perspectives

My perspective may differ from others due to the fact that I suffer from a chronic illness. As I walk down the halls of the B-wing intersection, it brings a sense of nostalgia of the years that have passed. This is my last year at an amazing school where I made decisions that have shaped who I am. Each... Read more »

Brian Stamm Senior Perspective

Brian Stamm Senior Perspective

Brian Stamm, For Eastside
June 12, 2016
Filed under News/Features, Senior Perspectives

No matter how hard it was waking up in the morning and getting through a long school day consisting of lectures, tests and quizzes, it was all worth it in the end getting to spend countless amounts of time with our best friends and teachers who inspired us to become better. Throughout my four years at... Read more »

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