The Living Yearbook of East Brunswick High School

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The Living Yearbook of East Brunswick High School

EBHS Bear Hub

The Living Yearbook of East Brunswick High School

EBHS Bear Hub

Polls

Do you think homeroom is making an impact on school spirit?

  • Yes, I love seeing my homeroom and planning spirit stuff together. (24%, 8 Votes)
  • I was asleep in homeroom so I don't know.... (47%, 16 Votes)
  • I have infiltrated an alternate homeroom where I indeed am quite spirited. (3%, 1 Votes)
  • I don't know about school spirit, but I know I want COOKIES (21%, 7 Votes)
  • Yes, because I feel pressured to participate to not let my homeroom down. (6%, 2 Votes)

Total Voters: 30

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EBHS’ Masquerade Ball!

Dive into the details of EBHS’ annual diverse event!
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Juniors Teesha Patel, Priya Singh, and Avani Ingole enjoying the lively atmosphere at the ball.

Diversity is a valuable concept because it gives people the opportunity to explore cultures across the world and learn about their unique customs and traditions. EBHS brings this opportunity to life at the Masquerade Ball, which is a lively and upbeat party that spotlights the beauty and enjoyment of cultures.

Every year, it is collaboratively held by the world language societies and each society showcases their culture through food, music, and decorations. At the end of the hours of work and organization that are put in by the clubs, the EBHS cafeteria is transformed into a cultural party, giving students the opportunity to socialize with friends in a diverse and enjoyable environment. As they enter the cafeteria, they are greeted with an array of traditional food and can also unwind on the dance floor, decorated with lively streamers and posters.

This event is a highlight for many EBHS students in many unique ways, such as Senior Rebecca Post, the president of Italian Honors Society, who loves that the “ball allows you to explore what the other language clubs are learning”, an opportunity that people wouldn’t have otherwise since you can only be in one language club. Through these various entertaining aspects, the Masquerade Ball is truly a special event.

Juniors Diya Bajaj and Emily Yang showing their Spanish spirit at the ball.
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Diya Bajaj
Diya Bajaj, Bear Hub Staff
Diya is a junior at East Brunswick High School. Her hobbies include reading, baking, binging Gilmore Girls on Netflix, and running. You can find her running everyday after school at the EBHS track; she is a distance runner for the track team. When she's not running and she's out of the house, she enjoys going out with her friends to the mall or Playa Bowls and going to the Ocean Grove beach with her family. Since 2020, her family has had a yearly tradition of spending a summer weekend at a local inn in Ocean Grove.

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