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Edison High Schools Class of 2024 throws their graduation caps in unison to mark that they are officially graduates.

Soaring to New Heights: Class of 2024 Graduates

SOUMITA BANERJEE '25 and SRIVATHSA RAJ '25 June 30, 2024

On June 21, 2024, Edison High School held its 65th Commencement Ceremony at the Jersey Mike's Arena, formerly the Rutgers Athletic Center. After four years of hard work, devotion, and improvement, the Class of 2024 achieved a...

Mrs. Michele Downey, who teacher Algebra 2, retires after 25 years of teaching students at Edison High.

Etched into History

As the school year draws to a close, a moment of reflection arises to honor the contributions of esteemed staff members who have dedicated decades to shaping future generations. In this commemorative article, tribute is paid to...

Noreen Amponsah 24 passes the baton to Grace White 25 during the Girls 4x400 meter relay.  The girls team (Noreen Amponsah 24, Grace White 25, Hailey Dawson 24, Jada Bonds 24) places second overall.

Strong Performance for EHS at GMC’s

ARYA SHASTRI '26 June 12, 2024

Edison competed at the Greater Middlesex Championships at South Brunswick from May 21 to May 22. While competing in a competition with the highest stakes, Edison athletes hit many PRs and seasonal records, exceeding expectations. The...

Rachael Rodriguez ’24, the June Rotary Senior of the Month, says she is appreciative and blessed.

Lacrosse Enthusiast Rodriguez Reaches June Rotary Senior of the Month

FAIZA AHMED '25 and HAREEM SOHAIL '25 June 12, 2024

Rachael Rodriguez ‘24 has been chosen as the June Rotary Senior of the Month. Since only 20 seniors are selected each year, she was taken aback but proud to be considered for this opportunity. Since her freshman year, Rodriguez...

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...

Hailey Dawson ‘24 (left) runs her relay and fights to pass a student representing the Piscataway track and field team. Remy Bethea 24 (right) leaps as he participates in the triple jump.

Dawson Relays, Bethea Jumps

ARANIEE SOTHILINGAM '25, Photography Editor June 11, 2024

Dawson Relays Our first athlete of the week is Hailey Dawson ‘24 from the girls track and field team. She recently set a new personal record in the 400m with a time of 1:10. Dawson also ran the second leg of the 4x400m that...

Summer is here; flowers are in bloom. Find out the flower that matches with you.

️April Showers Bring May Flowers

SCARLETT GIL '27 and SARA GERALDES ‘27 June 11, 2024

Astrology is most commonly used to determine one's personality. The twelve zodiac signs can be represented by various symbols—such as flowers, which invoke certain emotions and symbolism. As summer approaches and flowers are...

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...

Looking for a quick and easy dessert recipe? Well, these microwave mug cakes will become your new obsession; these treats will surely satisfy your cravings and can be enjoyed within minutes of preparation!

“Bake” You A Smile

SAIRA MOHID '26, Staff Writer June 7, 2024

Dessert is undeniably the best part of any meal, but with a busy schedule, you may not have the time or energy to make a complicated sweet treat. Sometimes our sweet cravings surface unannounced, and no-bake desserts are perfect...

The word acoustic has evolved as slang to refer to autism.

People Aren’t Guitars, So Why Are We Calling Them Acoustic?

GABRIELLE DHARMAWAN ‘25, Editor-in-Chief June 7, 2024

Are you “vertically challenged”? The English language extends far beyond the Edison High classroom. Linguistics, the study of language, seems as mundane and irrelevant to life as writing a 1,000 word essay on why an author...

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...

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