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Edison High Schools Class of 2024 throws their graduation caps in unison to mark that they are officially graduates.
Soaring to New Heights: Class of 2024 Graduates
SOUMITA BANERJEE '25 and SRIVATHSA RAJ '25 June 30, 2024

On June 21, 2024, Edison High School held its 65th Commencement Ceremony at the Jersey Mike's Arena,...

An order of bubble tea, waiting on pickup, sits on a counter at Junbi near the Princeton University campus. The beverage, which has become popular among teens in recent years, now has its own National Day of the Month: April 30.
Boba Tea: More Than Just a Drink

Each generation has a drink that is associated with them, usually a good ol’ cup of “morning Joe,”...

Summer is near, but school is still in session. What can you do to keep up with school till summer break?
How to: End the Year Right
PRISCILLA GO '26, Staff Writer • June 10, 2024
Newly elected Class of 2025 president Derek Dudek has some exciting announcements to make for the coming year.
Looking Forward to September
June 12, 2024

Hey Eagles. Welcome to the first edition of Dudek’s Desk. Don’t worry, as you read this, you’re not going to have to READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE...

The word acoustic has evolved as slang to refer to autism.
People Aren’t Guitars, So Why Are We Calling Them Acoustic?
GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN ‘25, Editor-in-Chief • June 7, 2024

Are you “vertically challenged”? The English language extends far beyond the Edison High classroom. Linguistics, the study of language,...

While high school nonprofits show initiative, many see their end after a student goes to college, as many times, the sole reason for the nonprofit was for college applications.
Teen Philanthropy: Crafting Compassion or College Credentials?
MEHER MEHTA '25, People Editor • May 28, 2024

Did you know that Cornell’s acceptance rate for their class of 2008 was almost 30%? Twenty years later, the acceptance rate has dwindled to...

Summer is here; flowers are in bloom. Find out the flower that matches with you.
️April Showers Bring May Flowers
SCARLETT GIL '27 and SARA GERALDES ‘27 June 11, 2024

Astrology is most commonly used to determine one's personality. The twelve zodiac signs can be represented by various symbols—such as flowers,...

Looking for a quick and easy dessert recipe? Well, these microwave mug cakes will become your new obsession; these treats will surely satisfy your cravings and can be enjoyed within minutes of preparation!
“Bake” You A Smile
SAIRA MOHID '26, Staff Writer • June 7, 2024
Noreen Amponsah 24 passes the baton to Grace White 25 during the Girls 4x400 meter relay.  The girls team (Noreen Amponsah 24, Grace White 25, Hailey Dawson 24, Jada Bonds 24) places second overall.
Strong Performance for EHS at GMC’s
ARYA SHASTRI '26 June 12, 2024

Edison competed at the Greater Middlesex Championships at South Brunswick from May 21 to May 22. While competing in a competition with the highest...

Sarvesh Premkumar 25 gets in his stance to hit the ball back to Highland Parks Ethan Chen 25 in the first singles. Premkumar emerged victorious, defeating Chen in two sets reading scores of 6-0 and 6-4.
Advantage Eagles

Stepping onto the courts ready to dominate their opponents, the boys varsity tennis team currently has ten wins and two losses this season. Through...

Bryce Hickerson 26 runs alongside an opponent from East Brunswick High School during the final stretch of the Varsity Boys 4x800 relay.
Overwhelming Divisional Victory for Edison Track at Middlesex Relays
ARYA SHASTRI ‘26, Staff Writer • May 14, 2024

Edison competed at the Middlesex County Relays at South Brunswick from April 30 to May 1. With the divisional Middlesex relay title at stake,...

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Georgios Boleros 20 (left) and a colleague stand next to their aircraft.
Eye in the Sky
PRABHA KRISHNA ‘25 and SOUMYA JOSHI ‘24 May 23, 2024

Following his graduation from EHS, Georgios Boleros ‘20 went on to enlist in the Army National Guard while attending Middlesex County College....

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