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A Survivor’s Story

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The 10th-grade students in Global History attended an assembly on March 6, during which speaker Lena Goren, a Holocaust survivor, spoke to students about her experiences. At the age of 11 years old, Goren’s village was invaded by the Nazi’s, who took her father into questioning and whether he would return was a mystery. “Any day […]

To Check Or Not to Check?

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Teenagers are commonly on their phones, even while being around friends.
Credit: Jasmine Collier

A simple ring of a phone call, text message or Snapchat has the power to make a person stop in their tracks to respond, look down from their steering wheel and grow anxious not knowing who is trying to contact them. As a matter of fact, 95% of texts are read within three minutes of […]

To Let a Series Die, Or Bring it Live

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Side by side comparison of Detective Pikachu. (Video game on left, Live-action on Right)
Credit: Gamespot

All good things must come to an end one day, but apparently some people didn’t get the memo. Recently there has been a huge money making opportunity within the filmmaking industry, and it seems to be a trend of turning things into a live action movie. What do I mean you wonder, well think about […]

Jacinda Ardern: A Symbol of Hope

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Jacinda Ardern arriving a Christchurch refugee center to meet with the community leaders. 
Credit The New York Times

A terrorist attack on Christchurch took the lives of 50 people at prayer. The New Zealand’s prime minister has displayed compassion and sympathy for the victims and is now seen as a symbol of hope. “New Zealand mourns with you, we are one,” the prime minister told the thousands gathered in Christchurch alone. During the […]

EA Money Milking Apex? What else is new?

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The most notable addition to the game by the battle pass was the new legend, Octane, featured here in the poster.

EA (Electronic Arts) is a multi-million dollar game development company known for popular titles such as FIFA. Battlefield, Star Wars Battlefront, and The Sims. Their most recent game, APEX Legends, just released its first form of ingame transactions that EA is notorious for, leaving many fans wondering just how far they will go. That is […]

The NBA Playoffs Are Here!

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The NBA playoffs are finally here! First games begin this weekend!

The NBA playoffs are finally here. In the Eastern Conference, the Milwaukee Bucks and the Toronto Raptors have clinched the division. The Philadelphia 76ers, the Boston Celtics, the Indiana Pacers, the Brooklyn Nets, the Orlando Magic, and the Detroit Pistons have clinched a playoff position. In the Western Conference, the Golden State Warriors clinched the […]

Thomas Edison SHEros

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Cindy Ronquillo working on a client's car in the automotive shop.

To celebrate Women’s History Month, Thomas Edison decided to celebrate our own outstanding females. In our shop classes, there are a couple who are mainly male dominant, for example, automotive, autobody, robotics, and electrical. Those are all occupations that you would stereotypically be thought of as a man’s job. These girls that were featured on […]

Hustle Edison! We’re On Top

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Edison’s wrestling boys varsity and Coach Castillo celebrate their victory and have a record of 6-1 this season.

Francis Lewis, NY—Riley Perera, an Inventor, shifted his body on the mat to face his opponent as the match began. Edison’s boys wrestling varsity team pin and win their way to playoffs for the first time in 3 years. The Inventors defeated the Patriots with a score of 46-40, rising to second place in Region […]

Edison Cruises into National Auto Technology Competition

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Jordy Castro and Lazaro Sidoro competed in GNYADA, a nationally recognized competition, thanks to the guidance of Mr. Sierra, their shop teacher and coach. Mr. Sierra said, “We go from city level then state and now national. For city only the top 1-4 move on to states. For states only the first place winners can […]

Smash Gets A New Persona

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  Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has been out for more than a month now, and with January coming to an end comes the first DLC character for the game. The one and the only Piranha Plant, and yes you heard right, the first DLC character is an it, since it’s 2019 and we can’t assume. […]