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The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

Words and phrases representing the issues and effects of microaggressions.

Microaggressions: More Than Just Words

* The following is a guest contribution from members of the Edison High School Black Student Union. Martin Luther King Jr. fought to create a free country for African Americans; he fought for the beginning of equality of races....

Are Advanced Placement (AP) Programs Right For You?

Are Advanced Placement (AP) Programs Right For You?

ADVAY KADAM '23, VANIA KHAN '22, and ROHAN SHAH '23 November 19, 2021

The Advanced Placement (AP) courses and their respective exams administered during May and June are taken by many students across the world each year. As students enroll for these college-level courses, many have unanswered questions...

Finished Fantasy: Renovations to the Engineering Room

Finished Fantasy: Renovations to the Engineering Room

Conversations about the need for engineering room renovations at Edison High started in 2017. However, visible changes did not begin for at least another year. Before the renovations, most of the equipment was outdated, hindering...

Editorial: Don’t Our Voices Count?

Editorial: Don’t Our Voices Count?

I am a senior. I’m seventeen, I can drive, I can legally get married with my parent’s permission, I can apply to colleges and decide my future…  But I cannot vote.  In the fall of senior year, adults expect high...

School Lunch: Student Body Weighs In

SAHANA ALI '23 and AVA YAP '23 November 19, 2021

After the introduction of Maschio’s Food Service Inc. to Edison Township in September 2021, replacing Chartwells, Edison’s lunch provider for many years, the US Department of Agriculture announced that lunch meals will be...

Elaine Harper (Hannah Steinlauf ‘22) and Mortimer Brewster (Matthew Sudnick ‘22) celebrate their engagement

EHS Theater Department Makes Comeback with “Arsenic and Old Lace”

After over a year of COVID intermissions, the Edison High School Theatre Department has been busy preparing for their comeback production of Arsenic and Old Lace, which they will perform from October 28 to October 30. Ms. Maureen...

“It’s a Small World” That Lacks Diversity

“It’s a Small World” That Lacks Diversity

MICHAEL ALVAREZ ‘25 October 20, 2021

In honor of Hispanic Heritage month, it is important that a light is shone on the diversification—or lack thereof—in a mainstay in human entertainment here in America: Disney productions. Whether in Disney shows, Marvel movies,...

Mr. Ross, Krystal, and Mr. Sandaal posing for a picture with the scholar athlete plaque after the virtual winter varsity awards night.

Senior of the Month: Krystal Ramnarine

SHRIA PRAKASH '22 September 7, 2021

Which EHS student was a dancer on Broadway, in ABC’s Disney World Christmas Parade, and during halftime for the Harlem Globetrotters? March Senior of the Month Krystal Ramnarine has danced not only in these performances, but...

Senior of the Month: Samantha Moxie

Senior of the Month: Samantha Moxie

SHRIA PRAKASH '22 September 7, 2021

As American track athlete Carl Lewis once said, “If you don’t have confidence, you’ll always find a way not to win.” EHS’s November Senior of the Month Samantha Moxie ‘21 carries this mindset with her, exuding confidence...

Seniors of the Month: Vincent Nguyen

SHRIA PRAKASH '22 and SRINIDHI VENKATESH '22 September 7, 2021

Do you know anyone who can do a kip-up? Well, one of your September Seniors of the Month, Vincent Nguyen ‘21, can complete this complicated move. Such a cool trick is just one amongst the many activities, interests, and passions...

Seniors of the Month: Abigail Alvarez

SHRIA PRAKASH '22 and SRINIDHI VENKATESH '22 September 7, 2021

Remember back in elementary school when you were obsessed with collecting as many different Silly Bandz as possible? Well, Abigail Alvarez ‘21 has kept her collection since first grade! Just as she safeguards this elementary...

Legendary EHS Trainer Doc Peterson Fixed More Than Injuries

Legendary EHS Trainer “Doc” Peterson Fixed More Than Injuries

DEVAM MONDAL ‘24 and ALVIN WU ‘24 September 3, 2021

Former Edison High School Athletic Trainer Bob “Doc” Peterson ‘69 passed away on April 3, 2021. Peterson worked at EHS from 1972 to 2004. His positive attitude over those 32 years inspired many students to work hard in both...

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