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Freshman excitedly prepare for a new year!

Out With the Old, In With the New

PRABHA KRISHNA '25 and SYLVIA WU '25 September 6, 2022

As the 2022-2023 school year begins, new and old students grapple with reintegrating into an unfamiliar school schedule. The number of students in each incoming class has drastically increased, and the current freshman class is...

The intersection during a 5-minute passing.

Another Big Freshman Class: The Future of Overcrowding

DIVYA KRISHNA '25 and MITHIL MISHRA '25 June 8, 2022

As the Edison community becomes more diverse the number of students has drastically increased, and the current freshman class is the biggest in Edison High School history. “Overcrowding means the hallways to get to the classrooms...

A view of New York City and the sky.

Wherever We Go On The Road To See The World

It is another day in paradise at EHS, a time that is coming to an end as seniors are graduating and the end of the school year approaches. It is time to ask some students and staff what their vacation plans might be. Whether it’s...

Previously College Counseling 1, Emma Mohanty 22 used the space to focus on mental health and mindfulness

Mohanty’s New MACC Helps Find SEL Solutions

HANNAH STEINLAUF '22 May 31, 2022

You have a test in English, a quiz in math, a project in Spanish, and a huge sports tournament after school. You feel like the weight of the world is on your shoulders, and you’re expected to juggle all of these weights without...

There 12 Western astrological zodiac signs, each with a corresponding symbol, birthdate range, and tendencies.

EHS’ Take on Zodiac Signs

Did you know that the oldest horoscope we know is from 410 B.C?  Many people today follow horoscopes because they want information about themselves or what they should do. Astrology has two different kinds, western astrology,...

Springing Into a New Marking Period

SUSHANTH BALARAMAN '24 April 28, 2022

As the smells of spring blossoms and gentle winds cover the Western Hemisphere, we can safely say that cold, long winter nights are finally behind us.  For Edison High, the Spring Equinox is a return back to more warm and...

As climate change becomes a more significant problem, farming becomes more difficult.

Climate Change Threatens Fresh Food Supply

GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN '25 April 28, 2022

Many of us have complained about eating vegetables when we were younger. Some vegetables had a strange taste, while others were simply too plain. While climate change was more controlled, purchasing healthier foods was easily...

Non-Fungible Tokens: the New Realm of Cryptocurrency

ARCHANA MARYADA '25 April 28, 2022

Imagine a world where instead of buying a piece of artwork you see at a museum, you buy a digital file of it. This has now become reality with the rise of NFTS. A non-fungible token (NFT) is a digital asset that allows digital...

A person helping a girl out of an abyss.

Rebirth and Growth Despite Challenges

DIVYA KRISHNA '25 and TWISHA PATEL '25 April 28, 2022

Enduring struggles is a familiar task that a myriad of students have dealt with. From seasonal depression to abrupt changes into a new environment, this year has proved to be challenging yet rewarding to most. The fruit of our...

Frantically trying to keep emotions together and not break down while preparing for a test.

Coping with Change

ANSHIKA DUBEY '23 April 28, 2022

In the process of adjusting to Covid-19’s chaos, students were mandated to return back to crowded schools. This change evoked happiness for some and anxiety for others. Additionally, students encounter many changes in their...

A girl contemplating whether or not she should go vegan.

Is Veganism Hurting the Environment?

LAUREN DICK '22 and HANNAH STEINLAUF '22 April 28, 2022

Since the 1950s, veganism has been growing in the middle class as an environmentally friendly, pro-animal diet. Because of recent studies showing the harmful environmental impacts of the meat and dairy industries, many young adults...

Love for all cultures signified by hands of different races around the Earth.

The Edison High Melting Pot: Loving Your Culture on Valentine’s Day

SUSHANTH BALARAMAN ‘24 February 14, 2022

Super-sugary sweets, rosy red ribbons, graciously gratifying gifts  -- oh my! As Valentine’s Day approaches around the globe, from the Philippines in the East to Argentina in the West, a loving air scents the earth.  Valentine’s...

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