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John Krasinski Provides a Ray of Sunshine in a Dark Time

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John Kransinski hosts SGN on youtube

Whenever we turn to the news during this pandemic, we are bombarded with so much negative news. John Krasinski, known for his role as “Jim” in The Office, decided to take it upon himself …

The Infectious TikTok Trend

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Turns out TikTok might be as educational as it is entertaining for kids—at least when it comes to learning about proper hand-washing technique. That seems to be the goal of a Vietnamese dancer named Quang Dang whose new dance challenge …

We Are Living in a Simulation: The Crimson Contagion

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As Americans cope with the circumstances surrounding the novel coronavirus, the federal government struggles to come up with a concise plan to mitigate the virus over the next several months. The irony of it all …

Too Young to VOTE!

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Considering how much of our country’s government revolves around voting and elections, everyone should vote because they all have an opinion. In American democracy, we respect our right to choose who’s in office and revel in the fact that we …

CIVICS WEEK: STUDENTS TAKE ACTION

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Civics Week occurred at Edison during the week of March 2nd through March 6th.  During this important week, students were taught about the importance of Civics and Voter engagement. It encouraged students to take initiative and learn more about the …

Plastic Bags the Only Thing NY Should Ban?

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The NY State Senate placed a city-wide ban on single-use plastic bags effective March 1st, 2020. While this state legislation has been in discussion for years, only last year on March 23rd, 2019, were legislators able to push this ban.

$80M on Donald Trump’s Head

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The United States’ president, Donald Trump, has been making bold decisions in taking action for our country. However, his decision to launch a bomb has caused many to speak upon the upheaval he has caused. 

Donald Trump has been making

The Edison Watch-Out

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Students get off the hook due to inefficient school surveillance. Students who take part in improper behavior do not get charged for their misconduct because they don’t get caught on the surveillance cameras or they haven’t been caught in the

A College Student with the Minimum Debt

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Many students spend years paying off their college debt, that on average is about $30,000 in New York State. During a student’s senior year of high school, college applications make a significant and difficult process for many. 

There are

Teachers Are Appreciated

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During the week of May 6, schools across the United States celebrated  Teacher Appreciation Week. At Thomas Edison High School, Ms. Dellabonta, the coordinator of student activities, encouraged  students to visit room G33 to send a note expressing their thanks