Literary Critics’ New Interpretation of “The Namesake”, Cites Cherry Hill Summer Reading Assignment

♦ By David Le (’18), Eastside Underground (& “Humor”) Editor In what seems to be a recent interpretation of the popular high-school summer book, a group of esteemed literary critics called the Correct Readers Initiative Team (CRIT) claimed that The Namesake is actually centered around social justice. The group cites Cherry Hill District’s recent summer reading assignment for the book as inspiration for the new theory on … Continue reading Literary Critics’ New Interpretation of “The Namesake”, Cites Cherry Hill Summer Reading Assignment

Freshman learns survival skills while trapped in the gym locker room

This article was recently found in the recesses of Eastside’s Humor website (who knows how it got there), just waiting to be published. A relic from the distant past (February 15, 2016 actually) discovered for your entertainment. So without further ado… ♦Jacob Borowsky (’16)- Eastside Underground Editor Freshman Robert Kelly was released earlier today after being trapped in the East boys’ locker room for over … Continue reading Freshman learns survival skills while trapped in the gym locker room

Summer’s out and students love coming back to school

♦ By David Le (’18), Eastside Underground (& “Humor”) Editor School has just begun and students can’t seem to get enough of it. With the recent end of summer, children at East are now excited about the continuation of the school year more than ever. Interviews with East students have provided insight into this affinity for school over summer: “I think its great, doing all … Continue reading Summer’s out and students love coming back to school