Monthly Archives: December 2018

Holy Guacamole!

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Bottom Right- Cauliflower Brussels AVO Bowl $11, Bottom Left- Rastaman Taco $4, Top Right- Chips and Guacamole with Mango Salsa- $6, Top Left- Ami Shroomer Taco- $4
Credit: Harmeet Minhas

AVO TACO, a contemporary, new restaurant catering to numerous different diets. If you’re ever in the Nassau County region and are looking for a quick bite, AVO TACO is the place to go. With live music, summer-time beachy decor, and a variety of options to choose from, AVO TACO has built in a name for […]

App-Integrated Smart Books: Do they Out-Class Your Traditional Notebook?

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Say goodbye to ripped loose-leaf and heavy binders, smart notebooks can send your writing to the cloud. Companies like Moleskine, Wacom, and Rocketbook are making it easier to keep track of your pen strokes with scanning technology, whether you need to quickly share material online, organize your notes, or lighten the load in your backpack. […]

Saving Lives, One Light At a Time

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Students From Key Club and Volunteers Raise Lanterns Around Flushing Meadows Globe in order to show support.
Credit: Satbir Singh

The Thomas Edison Key Club participated in the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Light the Night Walk, which aims to raise awareness and funds to battle the epic disease. Leukemia is cancer in the white blood cells; lymphocytes and granulocytes. These cells circulate throughout the bloodstream and the lymph system to help the body fight off […]

Ready For College?

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Seniors, did you think this year was going to be a breeze? Well excuse me for raining on your parade, but getting ready for college during your first semester of high school will definitely be a hassle! There are many things you should be aware of right now to be on track to college. You […]

Can You Bear the Wait to Get to Bareburger?

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“Be my Burger” and a side of Rings and Fries 
Photo Credit: Harjot Kaur

  Come down to Bareburger to try a spin on everyday, classic burgers. Bareburger is a hamburger restaurant, that takes a simple, joyful, and organic approach on food. Bareburger is able to create an unique vibrant vibe with its decor. Made with reclaimed and recycled materials its able to create an organic, fun, and happy […]

What’s Going On With the U.S.-Mexico Border?

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More than 7,000 Central American Migrants are arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border. Many of them claim they are fleeing poverty or violence in their home country and are arriving in America for a better future for themselves and their kids, however, many people are against the migration. President Trump has labeled the caravan as “an […]

The Importance of Voting

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In the society we live in today young voters are actively neglected when it comes to the importance of voting. Even with the potential to be highly influential in the elections many youths aren’t registered to vote. With that fewer young people get to directly influence issues that might affect their lives in the long […]

Facebook Infringing Users’ Rights

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Facebook’s efforts to add transparency to their website and ads have turned up to be a failure and resulted in an investigating. Through recent use of “Paid for by” ads, clickbait, and even the terms of the agreement, the ways that our information gets compromised has become more diverse, and less detectable. The “Paid for […]

Two Years of Failure Lead to a Major Comeback

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In the 2018-2019 season, Edison’s girls’ soccer team made it to the division championships, winning a playoff game against Medgar Evers College Preparatory School. The girls’ varsity soccer team had won 7 games, lost 2, and tied once, finishing off the season with 22 points. During an interview, the girls’ soccer team’s head coach, Frank […]

Stay Active, Stay Fit

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Have you ever wondered why people want to play sports, such as soccer, football, or basketball? Along with their interest and passion, they focus on the benefits that playing sports can have. There are several benefits of playing sports other than health benefits that people often don’t consider. There are several advantages of playing sports. […]