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The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

Where on TV Will We See Him Next?

Where on TV Will We See Him Next?

RIDHI GERA ‘23 and PRAGYA SINGH ‘23 November 7, 2022

Have you ever heard of Better Call Saul? Maybe Quantico? Or The Handmaid’s Tale? They have something in common beyond that they’re all on streaming services. Each of these series has a character played by an EHS alum. Omar...

Geraldine Mendoza ‘22 receiving her high school diploma and showing it towards the audience.

Back to the RAC

Edison High School’s 63rd Commencement Ceremony took place on June 17, 2022. After two years on Edison High's football field due to pandemic restrictions and protocols, the Class of 2022 brought a return to the traditional graduation...

The Girls Varsity Lacrosse team

The Return of Girls Lacrosse

VARNIKA SIRIGINEEDI ‘25 April 28, 2022

The Edison High School Girl’s Lacrosse season began on March 10, 2022. Already, the Varsity Eagles are off to a speedy start, taking second place in their division. With an undefeated Junior Varsity (JV) team, both coaches set...

Color guard member in uniform poses with a flag.

Color Guard’s a Sport, But Where’s Our Support?

GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN ‘25 February 14, 2022

Led by teachers Mr. Marcus Henry, Mr. Kai Williams, and Edison High alumni Kayla Wason ‘21 for the 2021-2022 season, the indoor Color guard is seeing a colorful future. But it may not be what everyone believes it to be. Since...

Senioritis can cause a decline in motivation or laziness to do schoolwork

Is Senioritis A Real Issue in EHS?

KIMBERLY HERNANDEZ ’22 February 14, 2022

Waiting for the last day before the deadline of an assignment. Sleeping in your English class. Arriving late to school, nearly on a daily basis.  “Senioritis” is a term used by teachers to express a lack of motivation...

A person struggles to climb a cliff while two people support him, a metaphor for mentorship.

EHS Mentoring Programs: A Support System Developed on Love and Affection

GAURI KSHETTRY ‘25 February 14, 2022

Many students feel completely lost when they are expected to start something new with no prior knowledge and experience. These expectations can overwhelm students, making them rethink challenging themselves out of their comfort...

A person uses the menstrual product dispenser in the girls bathroom.

The Quarter Cost to Menstruate

SOUMYA JOSHI ‘24 and TANVI RAVILLA ‘24 February 14, 2022

*Editors' note: The use of the terms female, girl, and woman, refer to any person who menstruates.  Last year, in March, The Eagle’s Eye published an article advocating for the necessity of period product availability at...

Student leaders were asked to find items around their desks that would help them survive in a given situation.

NJ FCCLA Leadership Bootcamp

ADEDOYIN AYENI '23 January 26, 2022

PRESS RELEASE On Saturday, January 8, 2022, New Jersey FCCLA, held its 13th Annual Leadership Bootcamp for both student members and their advisers. Usually held in person, members from across New Jersey gathered on Zoom to...

Teacher on the Bleacher—Mr. Ross

Teacher on the Bleacher—Mr. Ross

JASON ZHENG ‘22 and MASUMI CHHABRIA ‘23 September 28, 2021

With energetic greetings at the front doors every morning and engaging Friday Academic Focus presentations, an inspirational administrator has made a difference for countless Edison High students and alums. As a result,...

Edison High Fifty Years Ago: The Vietnam War, Culture, and the Many Shades of Change

Although television was at some point in black and white, the world has always been in color. From pillbox hats to bell bottoms, the personality of the 1960s and 1970s, a color unseen by today’s students, differs from present...

Painting with Emotion

Painting with Emotion

When asked to define art, Armaan Muchhala ‘21, Cassandra Scott ‘21, and Brandon Martin ‘21—members of the National Arts Honors Society—all stated similar answers. The general definition for the term “art” is...

Coping with Loss

Coping with Loss

SHRIA PRAKASH '22 and JULIA WEBB '22 May 26, 2021

When someone experiences the death of a loved one, a tempest of emotions can follow, often ones that grieving humans do not readily understand. The five stages of grief—denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance—anchor...

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