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Legendary EHS Trainer Doc Peterson Fixed More Than Injuries

Legendary EHS Trainer “Doc” Peterson Fixed More Than Injuries

DEVAM MONDAL ‘24 and ALVIN WU ‘24 September 3, 2021

Former Edison High School Athletic Trainer Bob “Doc” Peterson ‘69 passed away on April 3, 2021. Peterson worked at EHS from 1972 to 2004. His positive attitude over those 32 years inspired many students to work hard in both...

Editorial: A Goodbye, A New Start

People fear the unknown. They fear death, losing their loved ones, seeing unfamiliar places: Anything their brain cannot fathom, anything they can not strongly define, they fear. And as June ushers in the end of the school year...

Finding a Better “PATH”

Finding a Better “PATH”

NIMISHA KUMAR ’22 June 15, 2021

This past year, Edison students dealt with a global mental health crisis due to the extenuating circumstances of the pandemic. Juggling academics and personal responsibilities on top of adapting to an immense amount of change...

#EdisonEducators Encourage Exercise

#EdisonEducators Encourage Exercise

ALI AHMED ‘22 and ANNE LEE ‘22 June 15, 2021

COVID-19 has restricted the daily lives of students and administrators alike, forcing self-quarantining measures and social distancing. There has been a general decline in students’ physical and psychological well-being,...

The Detriments of Drawn-Out (School) Days

During the 2020-2021 school year, students and administrators alike have dealt with the several schedule changes imposed by the district to ensure the efficiency of remote learning despite COVID-19 circumstances. These changes...

Senior of the Month: Ayush Jasnani

RIDHI GERA ‘23 June 15, 2021

Ayush Jasnani ‘21, a November Senior of the Month, has a mission, inspired by Mahatma Gandhi: “Be the change you want to see in the world.” When COVID-19 hit many teens took the time to catch up on their sleep or binge-watch...

The First Day Back—Already?!

The First Day Back—Already?!

The first day. All heads seem to be turned towards you as you enter the main lobby of 50 Boulevard of the Eagles for the first time and walk towards the cafeteria before the homeroom bell rings. You haven’t heard the sound...

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...

Annual AP Exams Upcoming, Students Grapple with Mental Health Concerns

Annual AP Exams Upcoming, Students Grapple with Mental Health Concerns

As the end of the year nears, AP Exams become a major cause of stress and worry among students. Following April's focus on state-testing--cancelled this year due to Covid--May approaches year after year and AP Exams remain...

Stress or Decompress: Extracurriculars and Mental Health

Stress or Decompress: Extracurriculars and Mental Health

High school is an understandably difficult time in the lives of students. From the struggle to discover their identities to the stress of college decisions, high school is a time when students must learn to balance their...

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