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The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

The Fusion Board introducing the 2023 Fusion show.

Fusion’s “Redemption”: On the Wrong Track?

Sowmyasri Kruthiventy, Staff Writer June 6, 2023

Characteristic of an Indian event, the Peacock Society’s show, Khatra Express, began fashionably late as the audience buzzed for the half hour wait in anticipation for Fusion’s annual redemption. After the MCs’ energetic...

Edison High and J.P Stevens performing at the Choral Festival

Choral Festival Faure Requiem May 21st

Zeynep Kacan, Staff Writer June 6, 2023

For the first time in the history of the township, the Edison High School Choir collaborated with their sister school, John P. Stevens High School, in creating the First Annual Edison Choral Festival. This coming-together of the...

This year’s May Senior of the Month is Gabriela Engholm ‘23.

Gabriella Engholm

SIYA BHUTEJA '26, Staff Writer June 5, 2023

Gabriella Engholm ‘23 has been recognized as the May Rotary Senior of the Month. As a well-rounded student, Engholm engages in the school community through several activities. During her time at EHS, Engholm demonstrated leadership...

Maha Khan 24 (left) defending the goal and Colin Pridady 25 (right) on the field

Pridady Nets, Khan Defends

ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25, Staff Writer June 5, 2023

Pridady Nets Our first athlete of the week, Colin Pridady ‘25, can be found with the boys lacrosse team. As a sophomore, Pridady has a built-up record of a total of twelve goals, nineteen assists, and 113 faceoff wins. In...

Disregarding the words and phrases you say can lead to unwanted consequences.

It’s Not Just a Joke: Why We Should Stop Saying “I Want to KMS”

GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN '25, Features Editor June 2, 2023

“I’m so OCD.” “This gives me PTSD.” “That test was so hard, I want to-” Phrases like these are easy to hear in the cacophony of noise at Edison High. Whether it be heard from classmates, friends, or even...

This years April Senior of the Month!

Robyn Nemeth

ANNIKA VILLANUEVA '25, Staff Writer May 31, 2023

Robyn Nemeth ‘23 has been recognized as the April Senior of the Month. Involved with music her whole life, Nemeth has committed herself to several activities offered at EHS. Aside from being an avid member of the EHS choir...

Edisons own Quiz Bowl buzzer set. Buzzers like these are used to answer questions during Quiz Bowl games.

The Big Spring Buzzfest

On March 4, the Edison High School Quiz Bowl club hosted its third annual Eagles Academic Spring Tournament (EAST), but this time players were in-person for the first time in club history. Eighteen teams from across the Northeast,...

Seniors in high school contemplate the positives and negatives of going to college.

Rising Prices, Rising Questions: Is College Worth it?

Many students are faced with a dilemma after high school, wondering whether the astronomical price is worth the experience.. The tuition costs of a local New Jersey college, Rutgers University, is $16,263 tuition and fees—without...

With the increasing stress of a high school student, some students may find respite in taking mental health days. Others may experience more isolation and stress.

The Mental Health Dilemma

From “You Matter!” banners adorning Google Classroom pages to Social Emotional Learning (SEL) lessons and the Mindfullness and Calming Center (MACC), Edison High has seen increased mental health advocacy. Mental health...

Ava Yap with Señora Fedowitz

Ava Yap

STELLA WONG ‘25, News Editor May 22, 2023
The voice that starts Edison High School's school day with the announcements, Ava Yap '23, has been recognized as March’s female Rotary Senior of the Month.
Chetan Kallam 26 (left) strikes a forehand and Hena Patel 23 (right) swinging her golf club.

Kallam Serves, Patel Swings

ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25, Staff Writer May 18, 2023

Kallam Serves Our first athlete of the week, Chetan Kallam ‘26, can be found on the Edison High tennis courts. Kallam has created an impressive record for himself as only a freshman, with a current total of 12 wins against...

The Clara Barton library branch.

Backlash but then Bonding: Response to Clara Barton Library Move

In September 2022, Edison Mayor Sam Joshi and his administration announced plans to relocate Clara Barton Library from Hoover Avenue to a retail space on Amboy Avenue. Joshi’s original plans were to use the original space for...

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