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A picture of a solar panel that could be used at Edison High School (attribution: Wikimedia Commons).

Going Green: Solar Panels Added to the Eagle’s Nest

SHRIADITI KANCHERLA '26, Staff Writer September 28, 2023

Since returning to in-person learning after the pandemic, Edison High School has undergone a “glow-up” phase of renewal and renovation. Along with a renovated auditorium and refurbished turf, solar panels have been added to...

Graduates watch as principal Mr. Charles Ross gives the opening speech.

Endings Unfold, New Stories Take Hold for Class of ’23

On June 20, 2023, Edison High School held their 64th Commencement Ceremony at the Jersey Mike's Arena, formerly known as the Rutgers Athletic Center (RAC). After four years of hard work, dedication, and growth; these students...

The athletic field at Drwal Stadium in the middle of turf refurbishment. The project is expected to be completed at the start of the new school year.

The Grass is Greener

With the 2022–2023 school year winding down, it is time to take a look at ongoing construction and repairs around the nest. Chief among these projects is the work done to Edison High’s own sports turf. Why is the turf being...

(left to right) Mohammad Haady 24, Sarina Ahmed 23, Abby Knott 24, and Mei Kim 24 standing as costume contest winners from the event.

Flying the Birdie for Charity

NIDHI MUDHOLKER '25, Staff Writer June 9, 2023

On Thursday, March 9, the UNICEF (United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund) club hosted its Badminton for Charity tournament in the auditorium. Students paid $5 each for admission and formed 32 teams of two to three...

Some students choose to take AP exams without taking the AP classes, so they have to study the material themselves.

Self Studying AP Courses: Beneficial or Brutal?

MEHER MEHTA '25, People Editor June 9, 2023

This year, 1,018 Advanced Placement (AP) exams were administered at Edison High, with 537 students taking one or more exams.  But how many of those students chose to challenge themselves with rigorous coursework in the comfort...

Eagles Triumph in Earth Day Cleanup

Eagles Triumph in Earth Day Cleanup

SUSHANTH BALARAMAN '24 and ADITYA RAO '26 June 8, 2023

With warm temperatures, beautiful sunshine, and a pleasant Friday mood, Edison Eagles science students made a green impact on campus on April 22. The Edison High Science Department took action this past Earth Day, equipped...

Edison High School surrounded by thick smoke due to Canadian wildfires.

Smoky Scene Creates Apocalyptic Atmosphere

AVINASH ARAVIND '23, Layout Editor June 8, 2023

Bright yellow, hazy skies might feel like a movie scene or a rover’s image from the surface of Mars, but that has been the view through the windows of Edison High School over the past few days. Wildfire smoke from the Canadian...

Mr. Ross opening senior awards night.

Celebrating Our Seniors

SOUMITA BANERJEE '25, Staff Writer June 7, 2023

On May 25, EHS held their annual Senior Awards Night for the class of 2023. The event celebrated a wide range of academic and extracurricular success, honoring students for their community service, leadership, and overarching...

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,...

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...

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...

The EHS Jazz Ensemble, conducted by Mr. Marc Denicuolo.

An Evening of Jazz: Commencing the 2023 Season

AGASTYA CHINCHANKAR ‘26, Staff Writer May 17, 2023

On Friday, February 3, EHS hosted its annual jazz festival to kick off the New Jersey Association for Jazz Education (NJAJE) season. The festival opened with the Jazz Band directed by Mr. Joseph Ciappina, performing “Sweet Georgia...

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