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Final Fantasy Distant Worlds 30th Anniversary Orchestra

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Dessoff Choir and the Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra

On Saturday, January 13th, 2018, there was a limited one-night performance of the Distant Worlds: music from Final Fantasy live orchestra at Carnegie Hall which I had been able to attend. The Distant Worlds Philharmonic Orchestra and the Dessoff Choirs preformed hit songs from the Final Fantasy series that were written by composers Nobuo Uematsu […]

The Best Ways To Stick To Your New Year’s Resolutions!

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The typical New Year’s resolutions. Do we ever achieve them? Photo by Abbey Lossing/ NY Times

We all hear the same thing every new year dawns upon us: New Year resolutions. From goals such as getting in shape to stop procrastinating, New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make the previous year. For many however, […]

The Truth About Teachers

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The Truth About Teachers Illustration/Thumbnail photo 
Art by Shreya Joeloemsingh

What made your teacher want to become a teacher? What made them choose the subject that they wanted to teach in? When growing up, everyone has a class that they enjoy most; teachers are no exception. Normally, a person’s favorite class will either be about a subject that they are fascinated with or will include […]

Teachers who Double as Students

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Caption: There are plenty of ways for a teacher to get continued education in various areas even with the busiest schedules. Some of their favorite classes might reflect themselves in your classroom!
Photo Credit: Marilyn Ramos

Plenty of teachers become students outside of Edison, taking classes of all kinds that prove learning never stops and can be done throughout your whole life.  Looking into the classes that can be taken after a workday or on weekends can allow us to see what classes are available to even the busiest of people. […]

Five and Under

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Oreo and Mango Bubble Tea are Kung Fu Tea's most popular flavors and you can go try it with your date! 
Photo Credit: Tiffany Naraine

Spending $5 or less on someone seems odd to those who typically like to impress people, especially on a date with someone you like.There are many places where you and your date can go without spending a lot of money while enjoying the company of each other. As a high school student, there are many […]

Blue Lives Matter

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Police officers mourning the death of fellow officers, who were victims against violent acts.
Photo Credits: Barbara Davidson / Los Angeles Times

Police brutality occurs worldwide; police officers are often attacked because of media coverage and personal bias. Vigilante citizens make it their business to punish officers for stories the media covers. They don’t believe that trials conducted were fair to the citizens who were hurt and decide to take punishment into their own hands. Most people […]

Edison: Connection Error?

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Thomas A. Edison CTE High school, A technological hub, meant to provide quality education for careers and high academics.
Photo Credit: Rick Carl Paningsoro

Thomas A. Edison CTE High school is a school unlike many others. Serving as a technological hub for research and development. As well as catering programs unlike others in New York City.  As a tech school, it has to live up to certain standards and expectations. In which some students and staff see Edison’s ability […]

M.T.A. Board Pushes Back Fare Hikes

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Jospeh J. Lhota, chairman of the MTA, during a board meeting in July
Photo Credit: Victor J. Blue

New York City subway riders are likely to face fare hikes following the commencement of the MTA’s new subway rescue plan. This new subway rescue plan was set to provide solutions for “steady deteriorating service” and “included at least 30 separate measures to address the major problems plaguing the system, including antiquated signals and subway […]

The Returning Dead

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The most anticipated return of AMC’s gruesome and graphic apocalypse show, has fans buzzing as they come back for their 8th Season. The Walking Dead left off Season 7 with some unfinished business in terms of the allies and enemies created. A rollercoaster of emotions, between characters that have gone, and conflict among the two […]

The NBA Trade: A New Era

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Old team mates Kyrie Irving and Lebron James hug it out after the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers battle it out.
Photo Credit: USA Today

The 2017-2018 NBA season has been impacted by trades that took place as early as July. Major trades that took place earlier in the season included Carmelo Anthony leaving the New York Knicks after seven years for the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kyrie Irving leaving the Cleveland Cavaliers after six years for the Boston Celtics and […]