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EHS Class of 2021 Bids Farewell to the Nest

“Once an eagle, always an eagle.”  As general student council president Krystal Ramnarine ’21 said the last words of her speech, she marked the end of high school for the Class of 2021. The students...

The Perfect Prom

Held in a deep, mystical forest in Warren, New Jersey was this year's senior prom for the class of 2021. The venue, the Forest Lodge, was selected for an outdoor prom because of its airy ambience and lovely...

Editorial: A Goodbye, A New Start

People fear the unknown. They fear death, losing their loved ones, seeing unfamiliar places: Anything their brain cannot fathom, anything they can not strongly define, they fear. And as June ushers in...

Pandemic’s Effect on EHS Tennis

June 15, 2021

JAYESH CHAURASIA ‘23 and ARJUN SUDHALAKAR ‘23 As the school year comes to an end, the Edison High School Boys Tennis team concludes their season. The coronavirus pandemic altered almost all sports...

Winter Sports: RECAP!

Winter Sports: RECAP!

June 15, 2021

By ROBYN NEMETH ‘23 and ALYSON ZHANG ‘22 Winter sports athletes tackled several challenges and overcame numerous feats this season. The winter season, which started on January 26, 2021 and...

Mental Health Takes to the Screen

Mental Health Takes to the Screen

June 15, 2021

By VALLIKA NAYAK ‘21 and KASHISH VARSHNEY ‘21 Mental health is an important component of our full body health; however, we often overlook many mental health conditions and their impacts on...

Does Learning Require Pain?

Does Learning Require Pain?

June 15, 2021

By NICOLE LE ’22  Frazzled yet cheerful, Elliot Wood* must be the most well-adjusted chronic procrastinator I have ever met. For someone who has internalized a learned helplessness towards his...

#EdisonEducators Encourage Exercise

#EdisonEducators Encourage Exercise

June 15, 2021

By ALI AHMED ‘22 and ANNE LEE ‘22 COVID-19 has restricted the daily lives of students and administrators alike, forcing self-quarantining measures and social distancing. There has been a general...

Finding a Better “PATH”

Finding a Better “PATH”

June 15, 2021

By NIMISHA KUMAR’ 22 This past year, Edison students dealt with a global mental health crisis due to the extenuating circumstances of the pandemic. Juggling academics and personal responsibilities...

Big Wins for Vocational Workshop, Java Lounge

Big Wins for Vocational Workshop, Java Lounge

June 15, 2021

By JULIA WEBB ‘22 This year, Digitability, a work-readiness program, hosted a “Work Simulation Contest”, in which the students who run Edison High School’s Java Lounge and Vocational Workshop...

What Are Science Classes Without Labs?

SOUMYA JOSHI ‘24, Staff Writer June 15, 2021

COVID-19 has influenced all students’ lives in 2019 and 2020, from graduations and proms to virtual learning and interactions. Such disadvantages were also reflected in science classes, which emphasizes...

EHS Students Making Memories at Movie Night

EHS Students Making Memories at Movie Night

June 15, 2021

By RIDHI GERA ‘23 and MAHA MUSTENSIR ‘23 On May 14, the Class of 2023 held an outdoor movie night, streaming “Legally Blonde.” The movie night intended to bring students together after a year...

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