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An order of bubble tea, waiting on pickup, sits on a counter at Junbi near the Princeton University campus. The beverage, which has become popular among teens in recent years, now has its own National Day of the Month: April 30.

Boba Tea: More Than Just a Drink

Each generation has a drink that is associated with them, usually a good ol’ cup of “morning Joe,” otherwise known as coffee. Boomers have their black coffee, Gen-Xers have their espresso shots, Millenials have their matcha...

Around different schools in Central New Jersey, youll find that the debate over block scheduling has become a hot-button question and discussion.

Block or Bust? Reevaluating Scheduling Structures

DIVYA KRISHNA '25 and ARCHANA MARYADA '25 June 12, 2024

In an ever-changing educational environment, the debate over scheduling methods continues to be a topic of discussion among teachers, administrators, students, and parents. One method, block scheduling, has gained traction in...

Summer is near, but school is still in session. What can you do to keep up with school till summer break?

How to: End the Year Right

PRISCILLA GO '26, Staff Writer June 10, 2024

With the end of AP exams and the beginning of the summer season, the school year comes to a close. Another year is almost over, and new beginnings are in a not-so-distant future, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the final...

Many students unwind after school at Kaito, a small business and also the go-to boba tea spot located in the Edison Plaza. The store offers a wide variety of beverages and has a serene atmosphere, perfect to relax after a day of stress in school.

Bussin’ Bussin’ Businesses: Local Businesses Near EHS

Coming-of-age movies have their diners and drive-ins, characterized as backdrops to friendships, fights, and everything quintessentially teenage. Edison High has Kaito Boba, Noodles Plus, and LoChiatto’s Pizza, small businesses...

Is the stress worth it to just get that 5?

Advanced Placement: Pinnacle or Just Panic?

ISHANI BAKSHI ‘26, News Editor June 5, 2024

As the cold winter months usher in the warm spring, many EHS students spend these long, hot days, characterized by cherry blossoms, outdoor events, and new releases—you guessed it—studying. In the first two weeks of May, a...

At EHS, many students are a part of family businesses, whether that be  custom-made candles or a Portuguese-Italian restaurant.

Passing on the Legacy

SHRIADITI KANCHERLA ‘26, Features Editor May 31, 2024

Family businesses carry tradition, connection, and integrity. The Garden State boasts a large number of family businesses, whether they be the small “mom-and-pop” shops on a corner street or the larger chains ran for generations...

Students in one of the World Language classrooms stand up with their arm across their chest, facing the flag for the Pledge of Allegiance.

“I pledge allegiance to…”

SIYA BHUTEJA '26, Staff Writer May 24, 2024

By definition, the Pledge of Allegiance is a patriotic oath that declares Americans’ loyalty to the nation. History tells us the pledge symbolizes a commitment to the principles and ideals of the country, highlighting themes...

Fast fashion is a tug of war that hangs by a thread in the hands of everyday consumers looking for a trendy bargain.

Fast Fashion: Style over Sustainability

DEENA MAFARJEH ‘27 April 29, 2024

I’d be a hypocrite to tell you not to shop at places such as Shein or Temu, because as most of us at Edison High School know, it’s inevitable to be consumed by the media and the desire for cheaper but fashionable clothes. Over...

Its important to manage your time and be on top of your work and tasks; otherwise, the results will be less than pleasant.

“I wish I knew this sooner”

EESHA GORANTLA '27, Staff Writer April 28, 2024

At EHS, it’s common to see students staying up until midnight, rushing to finish assignments before it’s due. Hence, it is not unusual to hear students complaining about a lack of sleep or frustration with teachers. However,...

Many clubs host bake sales after school, with a variety of options including cookies, brownies, cupcakes, pizza, and much more, to increase their funds as well as build community relationships. Not only does it increase funds for the club, it also encourages school spirit.

Community in Cuisine

ADITYA RAO '26, Layout April 16, 2024

The line “There will be a bake sale in the lobby after school today. We’ll be selling brownies, cookies, and more!” is common for Edison High’s end of the day announcements, referring to the bake sales run by Edison High’s...

Holi is holiday which marks the arrival of Spring in India. People traditionally throw colored pigments on each other to celebrate luck, and the triumph of good over evil.

From Past to Present: The Festival of Colors

This March 25, many students at Edison High look forward to partying, throwing colored dye, and eating sweets to celebrate Holi. The holiday has been commemorated in a variety of ways over time, but have all revolved around positive...

The final product of the Tres Leche Cake is as delicious as it is pretty.

De dulce tradición to Culinary Delight

ALESANDRA MENDEZ ‘27 March 25, 2024

Imagine picking up your fork, and the golden hue and lucious whipped cream topping of a tres leches cake pulls you in as you lean in for a second bite. You take the first bite, and you are greeted with a moist and delectable texture....

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