Monthly Archives: November 2015

Future and Drake’s What a Time to Be Alive

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On September 20, 2015 at 8pm, Drake and Future released their collab album What A Time To Be Alive, it’s been more than a month since then, but even now fans are still gushing over the album. Whether it’s from trying to decipher the Atlanta rapper, Future’s, lyrics or from hearing Drake’s flow on Scholarships, […]

Pregame Snacks: Yes or No?

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 Do you avoid walking under ladders, tipping over salt, or breaking mirrors? Besides preventing seven years of bad luck, there are also superstitions for good luck. Many athletes matter of fact eat a certain snack or meal before a game to ensure their best effort, some because of superstition. For example, Marshawn Lynch, running back […]

Don’t Just Stand There, VOLUNTEER!

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New York is crisp and cold in November, but city residents head outdoors for activities such as marathons.The world famous New York City Marathon begins on Sunday, November 1st, in Staten Island and run through all five boroughs before ending at Central Park. Some 50,000 runners throng the city streets for America’s (and the world’s) […]

“Boe” Down to the Metal Light Weight

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What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word “metal?” In most cases, you may expect something heavy, sturdy, and solid. On the other hand, the micro lattice created by Boeing challenges this notion. Microlattice is known as “the world’s lightest material”, but is actually a metal. It is […]

Is the Bus Tracker Worth It or Nah?

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In our generation, do we depend too much on our apps to help us in daily activities? Like checking if a bus is coming or when it will be there. To answer this complex question, I had decided to analyze one app that people frequently use, it was the bus tracker. The bus tracker is […]

Here’s to $15 an hour!

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        The debate behind whether fast food workers should have their wage increased has been brewing. New York City is home to a variety of fast food restaurants that contain many workers. These workers currently are paid $8.75 per hour and have been supporting the new increase to $15 an hour.   […]

Extra, Extra! Read all about it!

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Are you wondering why you haven’t had any school newspapers delivered to your class? Well the answer is simple, The Edison Light has gone digital!         In order to become more environmentally friendly and advance the technological aspect of our school, the newspaper has become accessible only online. The Edison Light has […]

Are You a Friend of Cunningham Park?

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        Students in every grade are eagerly seeking events and associations that offer community service opportunities.  Teens at Service, one of the many clubs that offer volunteer work in Edison, was part of the park cleanup at Cunningham Park.  Mrs. Baker, along with a handful of Teens at Service members met up […]