Monthly Archives: March 2019

When In Doubt, Shutdown?

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The government was shutdown for 35 consecutive days from December 22, 2018, through January 25, 2019. Although government shutdowns are nothing uncommon, it was the reason why President Trump decided to shut down the government in the first place that has Americans concerned. Trump shut down the government because Democrats refused to supply $5 billion […]

What Has Social Media Come To? Making the Most Liked Picture Pointless?

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A “competition” has been going on in instagram about a picture of an egg to reach over 18 million likes against one of Kylie Jenner’s photos. Many people don’t really know who started all of this but who knew that an egg would become so famous all over social media? With the amount of chaos […]

Why Stay Home All Day? Visit MoMA!

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Mid-Winter break is approaching and, as a teenager, we don’t want to stay home all day. We want to explore the city with friends, and in today’s society, we want to find places to take Instagram worthy pictures. Museums may seem boring to some, but for art lovers, the Museum of Modern Art, is the […]

Spotting a Sport on Netflix

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Nowadays, everything that we have and that we do is all digital. From streaming videos and keeping medical records, everything is essentially online. Hardly do we record things on paper anymore. One of the most revolutionizing advancements in the technological world was the beginning of streaming episodes and videos. Because of this, us human beings […]

The Super Bowl May Have Empty Seats This Year

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While most Americans are desperately waiting for the nation’s most favorite sporting event, officials are concerned about travel and security. The big game is being held in Atlanta this year and the shortage of TSA employees could have a major impact on travel during the Super Bowl weekend. America is experiencing it’s longest government shutdown. […]

The Government Shutdown and Its Effects

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The longest U.S. government shutdown in history under the Trump presidency began on December 22, 2018 and ended on January 25, 2019, lasting 35 days. It has affected many people in many different ways. Be it the loss of aid from the government to people not receiving their paychecks and many other things. Until Democrats […]

Throw Out the Teddy Bears and Spice Up Your Valentine’s Day

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Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. If you fear your gift giving has gotten stale and want to bestow your significant other with something a little more out of the box this year, these are the Valentine’s Day gift ideas for you. Michaela Go, a senior here at Edison, believes that “How much thought […]

The Weirdest Scholarships of 2019

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Everyone knows how expensive college can be. Unless you’re flush with cash, the act of applying for scholarships is most likely to become your best friend during your college application process. There’s no need to worry if you weren’t the smartest student, the greatest athlete, or the most talented. There are several scholarships that reward […]