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Trapp Flies, Pittenger Runs

Trapp Flies, Pittenger Runs

EHS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT and DEREK DUDEK '25 January 31, 2023

As we make our way through these cold winter months, Edison High athletes continue to shine. This week, the top athletes were cheerleading’s Milan Trapp ‘23 and winter track’s Paolo Pittenger ‘24. At last weekend’s...

Go Scores, Pediredla Throws

Go Scores, Pediredla Throws

EHS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT and DEREK DUDEK '25 January 31, 2023

With the wide variety of sports that Edison High has to offer, noteworthy performances are bound to occur. This week, two athletes stood out above the rest: Ghelsey Go ‘24 of girls basketball and Partha Pediredla ‘23 of winter...

Boyce Bowls, Dawson Pins

Boyce Bowls, Dawson Pins

EHS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT January 31, 2023

Our first Athlete of the Week is Illiana Boyce ‘23 from the bowling team. Illiana has improved her average by 38 pins from last season. She stepped into the anchor role this year for the girls team and has a season high of 206...

Sabio Scores, Conway Swims

Sabio Scores, Conway Swims

ISHAAN SHETTY '24 and EHS ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT January 31, 2023

Our first winter Athletes of the Week are Selbin Sabio ‘23 and Mary Elizabeth Conway ‘23. Selbin had a great opening day versus Sayreville with 24 points, five rebounds and three assists for the Edison varsity boys basketball...

Athletes of the Week 2022-2023

Each week, EHS coaches recognize the athletes that have made a difference for their sport, team, and school as the Athletes of the Week. These students have shown their commitment and dedication to carrying the Red and Gold to...

The Toy Story-themed hallway decorations, completed by the Class of 2023

Deck the Halls

CHETANA BIDESI '24 January 30, 2023

An activity to get our seasonal festivities started is the one and only Hallway Decorating Presented by the Student Council, this activity expresses students' creativity and creates memories.  As mentioned, Hallway Decorating...

New Year, New Me, and a New School

TAMSEEL MOMIN '26 January 30, 2023

After over a year of construction and working around a changing schedule, the students of EHS will finally get to see the lights dim for winter concerts and fully experience plays and other assemblies. Continual change has remained...

A Resolute Start to the New Year

A Resolute Start to the New Year

SARA NASRULLA '25 and KATELYN HAHN '26 January 30, 2023

As the New Year just kicked off, people across the globe continue to make resolutions in the tradition of New Year’s. Students and staff at EHS were interviewed to see what their resolutions for the upcoming year are.  New...

Winter Concerts: A Tradition of Performance and Collaboration

SYLVIA WU '25 and OVYA GANESEH '25 January 30, 2023

Traditions are passed down for many years, and at EHS, something that occurs yearly is the Winter Concerts. This year, the tradition of having a freshmen concert has made a recurrence after years due to the COVID situation and...

Class Rings: Does the cost outweigh the appeal of tradition?

The Class Rings: A Make or Break Tradition at Edison High School?

NANDINI CHANDRA '26 January 30, 2023

The class rings at EHS have been a long-lasting tradition for numerous decades. Though the question is, are they beginning to die out? Generally, the purpose of class rings is to commemorate the accomplishments of graduating...

Edisons Selbin Sabio 23 evades New Brunswicks Christopher Moronta 25 at the January 3 game.

Eagles Defeat Woodbridge Barrons by the Skin of Their Talons

VINCENT LIAO '24 January 26, 2023

Cheers and applause reverberated through the Frank N. Cangelosi Gymnasium on Tuesday, January 17, after the Edison varsity boys basketball team secured a hard-fought victory against Woodbridge, who is ranked third in the White...

Ghelsey Go 24 receiving the ball from Bonnie Sellers 23.

Varsity Basketball Strikes Sayreville with Double Wins

VINCENT LIAO '24 January 21, 2023

On Saturday, January 14, the Eagles defeated the Sayreville Bombers in both the home and away games. On the home court, the girls varsity basketball team won 53–15, while the boys won 60–45 at the away game. Recovering...

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