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The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye

The Eagle's Eye


Coach Fulham – Football


Outgoing Head Coach Mr. Matthew Fulham has become the winningest football coach after a long career at Edison High. This year, the team had a season record of 9–4, and defeated Lenape to win a sectional title for the first...

Coach Mohr – Boys Basketball


Head Coach Mr. Charles Mohr has become the winningest coach of the boys basketball team. This winter, the team finished with a record of 8–14, and 7–7 in the Greater Middlesex Conference (GMC).  The Eagle’s Eye requested...

Coach Abene – Baseball

June 6, 2023

  Mr. Vincent Abene, head coach of Edison baseball, has secured the title of winningest coach. Abene has been a long-time baseball coach, and this year has been a turnaround from the previous season record of 7–17–1,...

Coach Yocum – Girls Lacrosse


Head Coach Ms. Sara Yocum has secured the title of winningest coach for girls lacrosse.  Yocum began coaching lacrosse two years ago in the 2021 spring season and, last year, achieved her winningest season of 9–6. Currently,...

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...

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...

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...

The Model UN team poses for a post-conference photo with their delegation award. Top row (from left): Ms. Maithreyi Ravula, Aditya Rao 26, Sushanth Balaraman ’24, Soumita Banerjee 25, Pragya Singh 23, Vinay Menon ‘23, Avinash Aravind ’23, Krish Shah ’24, Mr. Patrick Travis; Bottom row (from left): Ishaan Shetty ’24, Ishani Bakshi 26, Suhani Chokshi 24, Madhav Mandala ’24.

EHS Wins International Gold at NHSMUN

Edison High School’s Model United Nations (MUN) team has won an Award of Distinction at the National High School Model United Nations (NHSMUN), one of the most prestigious conferences in the world. The Award of Distinction...

Students from multiple English classes of all grades and level participated in the Blind Date with a Book Event, held in the Media Center.

Students Take Books on a Blind Date

ISHAAN KUNWAR ‘26, Staff Writer May 14, 2023

Relaxing music plays as you enter the library. A wide variety of genres of books lie numbered and organized on oak tables, donned with brown paper. It’s the Friday before spring break, prime time for you to pick out a book to...

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