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Diksha Dinesh Kumar 27 and Harshithasri Lekha Vengates Kumar 27 aim to hit back an incoming birdie.

Shuttlecocks and Racquets

On March 20, Edison High School’s United Nations International Children Emergency Fund (UNICEF) club hosted its annual Badminton for Charity event, raising over $300. Eight teams of two to four players each faced off against...

Reflective of the new AP art elective, 250 different images of pre-historic to modern day artworks are located on the Art wing hall.

Journeying Through Art

HAREEM SOHAIL '25, Staff Writer May 17, 2024

As students select their courses for the next school year, they face the age-old dilemma of which elective they should take. Students who tend to aim for a rigorous course load, demonstrate interest in history, and need to complete...

Madelyn Donner 24, the May Rotary Senior of the Month, says her high school career has been inspiring.

Donner Dazzles as May’s Rotary Senior of the Month

FAIZA AHMED '25 and HAREEM SOHAIL '25 May 16, 2024

Madelyn Donner ‘24 has been chosen as the Rotary Senior of the Month for May. Throughout high school, Donner has participated in many activities. She is the President of EHS Dance Ensemble and a member of National Honors...

Ms. Shelly Colletto in London, UK, standing with Big Ben behind her. This is one of her trips that inspired her love for traveling.

Teacher by Day, World Traveler by Night

MAYMUNAH MAJUMDER ‘26, Staff Writer May 16, 2024

A cornerstone of EHS’s art education for more than twenty-seven years, Ms. Shelly Colletto embodies dedication and expertise in her craft. Her commitment to the art department matches her passion for exploring new horizons. Colletto...

Evangelia Lia Stellakis having fun on her horse, Curley. Although this 26-year-old horse is retired, he still enjoys giving pony rides to young children.

Teacher’s Pet: Horsing Around With Curley

A Biology teacher at Edison High School, Ms. Kathleen Stellakis says she takes great pleasure in moments with her family, friends, and animals. She also appreciates the beauty of the outdoors and spends a lot of her free time...

Sarvesh Premkumar 25 gets in his stance to hit the ball back to Highland Parks Ethan Chen 25 in the first singles. Premkumar emerged victorious, defeating Chen in two sets reading scores of 6-0 and 6-4.

Advantage Eagles

Stepping onto the courts ready to dominate their opponents, the boys varsity tennis team currently has ten wins and two losses this season. Through this ongoing season, the Eagles have had a program-best record through the first...

Principal Mr. Charles Ross speaking to the generations of Edison High School, from the Class of 1960 alumni to the Class of 2024 Student Council members.

Reestablishing Roots: A Class of ‘60 Comeback

ADITYA RAO '26 and ISHAAN KUNWAR '26 May 15, 2024

During the spring, students entering and leaving Edison High from the main entrance have the chance to admire the beautiful cherry blossoms that line part of the front circle. However, among the group of trees on the driveway,...

Bryce Hickerson 26 runs alongside an opponent from East Brunswick High School during the final stretch of the Varsity Boys 4x800 relay.

Overwhelming Divisional Victory for Edison Track at Middlesex Relays

ARYA SHASTRI ‘26, Staff Writer May 14, 2024

Edison competed at the Middlesex County Relays at South Brunswick from April 30 to May 1. With the divisional Middlesex relay title at stake, Edison won in an overwhelming manner, scoring over 100 points and beating out second-place...

Colin Pridady 25 (left) running with the ball as he looks for an open teammate. Jocelyn Gross 24 (right) in a faceoff as she attempts to retrieve the ball from the opposing team.

Pridady Clears, Gross Nets

ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25, Photography Editor May 14, 2024

Pridady Clears The first athlete of the week is Colin Pridady ‘25 from the varsity boys lacrosse team. Recently against North Brunswick, Pridady had one goal, four assists, and nine ground balls. Additionally, he won eleven...

This month, were celebrating Asian Americans and Pacific Islander artists and their music, ranging from hip-hop and rock to K-Pop and Bollywood.

Inside Edison’s AirPods: Celebrating AAPI Artists

ALAINA SHINDE ‘26, Entertainment Editor May 14, 2024

The days are getting longer, the flowers are blooming, and everyone's scrambling to finish AP exams— May is certainly in full swing. But this month also brings AAPI Heritage Month, a time to celebrate the incredible diversity...

The Eagles face off against Barnegat in the 2021 Autism Awareness Challenge. The game, which has become a tradition for EHS Boys Baseball, saw a victory for this years team.

Edison High Beats Barnegat

On April 21, the Edison varsity baseball team participated in the Autism Awareness Challenge, playing against Barnegat High School. Edison emerged victorious to bring their seasonal record to 8–2. The Eagles played for a...

Dune: Part 2 has taken the world by storm. But, how good is it, and does it live up to the legendary books reputation?

A Reality To Experience: Dune Part Two

Since the premiere of the action film Dune: Part One in 2021, author Frank Herbert’s world has been spread to the cinema-going masses. Now, with the release of Dune: Part Two, director Denis Villeneuve explores his vivid interpretation...

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