The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

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The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

The best stories being published on the SNO Sites network

Best of SNO

Stories from Cherry Hill High School East
Breaking the Glass Ceiling: Women’s History Month
Features

Nicole Vital | May 19, 2021

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…

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Everything you need to know about Astrology
Features

Remy Abrams | May 18, 2021

Rising sign, Scorpio, and what now?! If you have ever questioned the hype around astrology, this package is for you. Eastside breaks down each horoscope sign, how astrology came to be, skeptics views on…

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Mental Health Awareness Month
Features

Brielle Lampf | May 7, 2021

Mental Health Awareness Month is upon us. But, what is the true meaning of this month, and why has it become so important to so many people over the last few years? The answer is simple. The number of…

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Political divides grow wider locally and nationally
Features

Max Gaffin | April 27, 2021

Our political climate has been increasingly polarizing. At a time when the middle ground seems non-existent, it is hard to speak about political views and current hot topics and issues. At a time when…

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A Closer Look into Social Media
Features

Alexa Atlas | April 27, 2021

Social media has taken over our generation. In this day and age, people all over the world cannot spend a day without accessing their various social media platforms. Whether people use social media to…

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The Power of Music
Features

Eastside Online Staff | March 4, 2021

Music is an all-encompassing art that allows artists and listeners to develop a more thorough understanding of themselves. Eastside dives deeper into the true impact of music on society and how to immerse…

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Experiences of East first-generation immigrant students
Features

Eastside Online Staff | March 4, 2021

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…

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Lynell Payne’s Plan
Sports

Nick Gangewere | January 28, 2021

Lead by example. Do your part. Know what matters.

Every high school athlete dreams of the moments where they can perform in front of a crowd, load the stat sheet, earn the accolades, and break the records….

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A Deeper Look Into Eating Disorders
Features

Ziv Amsili | January 26, 2021

Millions of people around the world experience troubles with eating and think nothing of it. However, eating problems are serious and can turn into a full-blown eating disorder. Some eating disorders are…

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Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Features

Remy Abrams | October 26, 2020

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…

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Novels of the Coronavirus: Part 3
Coronavirus

Samantha Roehl | May 11, 2020

U.S. publishers sold over 1.8 billion print books in 2018, according to the Association of American Publishers. While a huge swath of market share is taken by the “big five” publishers (Penguin/Random…

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East students from all different grades share their perspectives on the closure of school
Coronavirus

Alexa Atlas | May 11, 2020

A year ago, if someone told you that you would not have to attend in-person classes, you would be able to sleep in as late as you wanted every morning and you would be able to do whatever you wanted every…

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PODCAST: Working through Corona (Episode 1: Amazon)
Coronavirus

Jacy Dickstein | May 4, 2020

Episode 1 of “Working through Corona” features Jacy Dickstein interviewing Jessie Bixby, an employee at Amazon. Listen to this podcast if you want to hear more about how the company has adjusted…

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Novels of the Coronavirus: Part 2
Coronavirus

Samantha Roehl | April 30, 2020

When newlyweds Alexander Schneider and Christina Rosso-Schneider opened A Novel Idea in East Passyunk, Philadelphia, they hoped their bookstore could become part of the community while also supporting…

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Novels of the Coronavirus: Part 1
Coronavirus

Samantha Roehl | April 16, 2020

“It’s a nightmare,” said Addie Thorley, a young adult author from Princeton, New Jersey.
With COVID-19 shutting down “nonessential” businesses and disrupting daily life all around the world,…

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Families continue to celebrate April holidays during quarantine
Coronavirus

Ziv Amsili | April 10, 2020

The annual April holidays are right around the corner, but due to the increasingly infectious virus; COVID-19, some family traditions will have to change.

With the circumstances at hand, such as restricted…

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Pandemonium: East’s grocery store employees share their perspectives on the COVID-19 crisis
Coronavirus

Aine Pierre | March 24, 2020

For grocery stores in the Cherry Hill metro area, it has been a week of chaos and short supplies as residents rush to stock up amidst fears of an extended quarantine.

Photos have flooded social media…

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Meloche talks Coronavirus, Continuity of Learning Plan as first remote learning week draws to a close
Coronavirus

Aine Pierre | March 24, 2020

It has been, to say the least, an eventful week for the Cherry Hill School District. One week ago, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy advised against gathering in groups of 50 or more. At 1:30 p.m. last Friday,…

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New guidance intern makes promising impression at East
Features

Samantha Roehl | December 27, 2018

Described as “effervescent” by one of her classmates at the University of Pennsylvania, Mollie Wraga is bringing her enthusiasm to Cherry Hill East while interning under Dr. Eileen Lynch in the Guidance…

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