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Working out of a Garage: How Team Astraea has Dealt with Covid

Working out of a Garage: How Team Astraea has Dealt with Covid
Pre-Pandemic:,7pm at the highschool in room L13. School ended around 2:12 and you have not stepped foot outside of the building. Sweat drips from your temples as you finally throw on your jacket and step into the winter night chill, waiting for your mother’s minivan to come to your rescue. That is just another ordinary day for EB's robotics during their competitive season.
January 5, 2021
After months of research and learning, the robotics team is ready to build their best robot yet!

Ringing in the New Year

Puerta del Sol, with a Christmas tree in the background, is a calm public square. On New Year's Eve, thousands flock here to experience the energy of the moment. (Photo via Unsplash)
Every New Year's Eve in Spain, millions of people are glued onto their TVs, watching the celebrations unfold. Meanwhile, thousands kick off the New Year in person, reveling in the energy and action firsthand.
December 22, 2020
A throwback to New Year's in simpler times.

HomeCOMING to you Soon

HomeCOMING to you Soon
As high school is coming to an end, the Senior class can finally start to loosen up. With it being their last year in school, and after 4 years of exhausting learning and late nights studying, the Class of 2021 now has time to make memories instead of hitting the books, one of those memories being Homecoming.
December 22, 2020
Homecoming may have been pushed back, but the King and Queen are ready whenever it is.

The Expansive Future of the Astronomy Club

The profile picture of the Astronomy Club’s Instagram; it is affectionately dubbed, “Astro Club” for convenience.
Just recently made official by the EBPL, the fledgling Astronomy Club has ambitious plans for a bright future.
December 22, 2020
Though newly formed, the Astronomy Club is starting out strong and its future looks bright.

Photoshoots in Public

Posing with a big smile behind her mask, Hana Zimmerman,11, said “It was really fun because I love dressing up, but recently I have had nowhere to go. I give this idea a 10/10. Pure genius on our part.”
During pandemic quarantines, going to a supermarket or even a store like Target can be the highlight of anyone’s day. To make the most out of these visits, grab a friend, camera, cute outfit, and take some pictures to commemorate this outing. Junior, Emily Lildhar, tells Bear Hub, “I have been really bored recently so I think this is a good way to waste some time.”
December 22, 2020
A Super Market Photoshoot. All you need is a friend, a cute outfit and a phone to take pictures with.

Choir Concerts Reimagined

The Acabellas take a break from their virtual rehearsal to smile for a picture. They meet every Tuesday and Sunday to work on their voices.
Not even a pandemic can stand in the way of a performance.
December 22, 2020
With the COVID-19 pandemic, many students have been wondering if we will get to hear the choir department’s lovely voices again. The answer is yes.

Attack on Dec 7th: The Biggest Anime Hype Train

Attack on Dec 7th: The Biggest Anime Hype Train
December 7th marks a big day for anime watchers around the world. Fans have waited almost 520 days for the final season of the highly rated show Shingeki no Kyojin or better known as Attack on Titan.
December 4, 2020
Just days away, anime fans worldwide wait for the final season of Attack on Titan.

Cyber Celebrations

Cyber Celebrations
Cultural diversity is something that I am proud to say EBHS has a lot of. When Bear Hub asked students about the cultures they celebrate, the answers ranged from Eid to Yom Kippur to Diwali. Each person and family celebrate their respective cultures differently; however, with Covid-19, some alterations had to be made in order for everyone to stay happy and healthy.
December 4, 2020
Take a sneak peek into how some of your classmates celebrated their culture during the pandemic!

The Secret Source to Super Sibling Bonds

Ariana, 10, and Christian, 12, D'Onoforio were planning on going to the Homecoming Dance together, with Christian trying out what he was planning on wearing.
Brothers and sisters can sometimes be a bother, and being stuck at home with each other will surely drive the siblings crazy, right? Well, actually, it brings them closer, who would’ve thought?
December 4, 2020

COVID-19 came out of nowhere, and it locked everyone in their houses. Normally, we'd get to socialize with others and go outside on a regular basis. Instead, now people are sitting inside their homes and...

eSports at eB

eSports at eB
After a long day of quarantine schooling, you’d think it would be crazy for someone to go right back to booting up their computer and spending hours on it, but that’s what a lot of EB kids are doing these days. Because it’s not safe to go outside and play basketball with your friends anymore, a lot of kids are still playing, but it’s online and way more than 6 feet apart.
December 4, 2020
eSports: the future of EBHS

Say Bye to Sophomore Year Concerns

Say Bye to Sophomore Year Concerns
Jumping into new schools is always exciting, but jumping into a new school while also going fully virtual is a different experience.
November 24, 2020
Moving to a new school and starting a new method of learning can be tough. The East Brunswick Highschool created sophomore interviews to make this process easier.

Permit or Pandemic?

Cheyenne Swiatkowski, 11, patiently waits at the wheel for her mom. She says, “My mom always takes so long, and all I want to do is get on the road.”
For teens learning to drive, the pandemic has made it even harder to get on the road.
November 16, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic interrupted the sophomore year of the class of 2022 and DMVs shut down for months, completely complicating the process of getting a permit.
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