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Who Is Contributing to Climate Change?

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A map of the global temperature of countries around the world.
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Brutal weather conditions and polluted air are what Americans have to deal with every day. Climate change is a change in regional or global climate patterns. Temperatures have been 0.4% warmer than the average in January globally since 1981. Extreme weather events like droughts and heat waves are occurring due to the warmer climate. “The […]

Multicultural Day at Thomas A. Edison High School

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Some of the many young women dressed in their traditional clothing for Multicultural Day at Thomas A. Edison High School.

Multicultural Day is one of many days throughout Edison’s Spirit Week in which students of many different cultures and nationalities are able to show and take pride in the places in which they come from. This event provides the opportunity for students to get to understand the cultures and nationalities of other students and what […]

That Hits the Spot!

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  Looking to excite with a quick bite? Spot dessert bar is the way to go. The ambiance and exquisite atmosphere brought upon at the bar gives it a warm and pleasant welcoming. From its devouring choices of desserts, there are just enough to try them all. The dessert bar serves over 7 desserts and […]

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: The Youngest Woman Elected To Congress

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, also known by her initials, AOC, is a politician and activist who supports progressivism. In the Spring of 2017, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez was working behind a bar. “I was taking brunch orders, with the AC off, and people from progressive political groups were calling me,” she said in an interview. In May, she had […]

Edison Takes Another Win!

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Edison won first and third place in the competition, in which they will advance to the finals in the next competition on February 12. The finals will consist of Long Island competitors, which Edison students will compete against to be the representative of Greater New York at the National Auto Technology Competition. Edison’s automotive teacher […]

MTA Bus Hijacked for a Three-Hour Joy-Ride

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The NYPD is on the lookout for the wrongdoers who stole an MTA bus and took it on a three hour voyage – the third infamous heist just in the past month. The thief boarded the unattended passenger bus that was parked on 165th Street and South Road Jamaica at around 3 a.m. Tuesday. The missing […]

Is a Fine Arts Degree Worth It?

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Seniors are at a pivotal moment in their lives; most want to pursue their passions, which may include photography, graphic arts, and visual design It can be quite difficult to convince your parents that this is the best major for you because they might insist on a more lucrative field. With student loan debt topping […]

What The Holiday Season Is Really About

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People are buying a lot of gifts for others during the holiday season and are stressing when the bills come. 
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Gingerbread houses, watching holiday movies and being kind was what the holiday season was all about. Now it’s more about what someone is getting for you as a gift. Shopping has become the main priority during the holiday season and every year the amount people spend increases. Senior Britany Balkissoon said, “For Christmas, I only […]

Cringing Challenge Leads to Accidents

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The post apocalyptic trailer Bird Box on Netflix stars Sandra Bullock (Malorie Hay) and a cast of stars John Malkovich, and Sarah Paulson, has people freaking about Malorie Hay and her two children being blindfolded and making it through a forest as well as crossing a river to safely get away from supernatural demons, once […]

Can You Bear the Wait to Get to Bareburger?

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  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 […]