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The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

Reunion at the Pines Manor Banquet Hall.

A Tribute to the Past

On Saturday, April 30, 2022, the Edison High School Class of 1970 held its 50th reunion, which was delayed two years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Alumni from all walks of life–from Broadway to healthcare–rejoiced as they...

The Edison High School Dance Ensemble, the advanced dance students, and the beginner dance students gather for a photo.

Twirling Into the Spotlight: EHS Dance Day

MEHER MEHTA ‘25 April 28, 2022

Peppy music bounced off the walls of Edison High School on February 26, 2022. Students ranging from elementary through high school all gathered to celebrate their shared passion for dance. As the first in-person Dance Day since...

There 12 Western astrological zodiac signs, each with a corresponding symbol, birthdate range, and tendencies.

EHS’ Take on Zodiac Signs

Did you know that the oldest horoscope we know is from 410 B.C?  Many people today follow horoscopes because they want information about themselves or what they should do. Astrology has two different kinds, western astrology,...

Sanjana Suresh 22 cheering on the EHS Battle of the Books teams during the final round.

Eagles Soar at NJ State Battle of the Books Championship

MANINDER DHESI '22 and PRAKRATI KADEKAR '22 April 28, 2022

The annual school Battle of the Books competition at Edison High took place on Friday, March 18. Teams of four to six students delegated a total of nine books amongst themselves and answered questions as a group requiring them...

The senior class 2022 presents their talents to the public of Edison High School.

Edison High’s Got Talent

STELLA WONG '25 April 28, 2022

On March 25, 2022, the class of 2022 showcased Edison High School student talents in a competition setting in the Frank N. Cangelosi gymnasium. There was a prom fashion show during the intermission of the talent show as well,...

Edison High Reaches New Jersey Robotics State Championship

JAYESH CHAURASIA '23 and DEVAM MONDAL '24 April 28, 2022

The Edison High Robotics Team, Team Faraday, competed in the FIRST Tech Challenge New Jersey State Championship, held on March 6, 2022. The team placed 18th out of the 50 teams that competed this year. This was the second consecutive...

Springing Into a New Marking Period

SUSHANTH BALARAMAN '24 April 28, 2022

As the smells of spring blossoms and gentle winds cover the Western Hemisphere, we can safely say that cold, long winter nights are finally behind us.  For Edison High, the Spring Equinox is a return back to more warm and...

As climate change becomes a more significant problem, farming becomes more difficult.

Climate Change Threatens Fresh Food Supply

GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN '25 April 28, 2022

Many of us have complained about eating vegetables when we were younger. Some vegetables had a strange taste, while others were simply too plain. While climate change was more controlled, purchasing healthier foods was easily...

EHS Students Compete at SCDC for DECA.

DECA State Competition: the World of Business Beyond the Classroom

Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) members at Edison High School competed at the State Career Development Conference (SCDC) in Atlantic City from February 28 to March 2. Thirty one EHS students competed in the state...

Students will soon take the SAT on their computers.

SAT is Going Virtual

AYRYA PARISA '24 April 28, 2022

Students, put down your pencils… The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), a common standardized test that often plays a part in college admissions, is going virtual. This new format of testing is expected to roll out in 2023 for...

Non-Fungible Tokens: the New Realm of Cryptocurrency

ARCHANA MARYADA '25 April 28, 2022

Imagine a world where instead of buying a piece of artwork you see at a museum, you buy a digital file of it. This has now become reality with the rise of NFTS. A non-fungible token (NFT) is a digital asset that allows digital...

A person helping a girl out of an abyss.

Rebirth and Growth Despite Challenges

DIVYA KRISHNA '25 and TWISHA PATEL '25 April 28, 2022

Enduring struggles is a familiar task that a myriad of students have dealt with. From seasonal depression to abrupt changes into a new environment, this year has proved to be challenging yet rewarding to most. The fruit of our...

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