Category Archives: Front Page

Hustle Edison! We’re On Top

Posted on in Front Page, Sports | Comments Off on Hustle Edison! We’re On Top
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

Posted on in Front Page, Technology | Comments Off on Edison Cruises into National Auto Technology Competition
Photo Credit: Dominic Totino

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

Posted on in Arts & Entertainment, Front Page | Comments Off on Smash Gets A New Persona
Super-Smash-Bros.-Ultimate-to-Add-Joker-from-Persona-5

  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. […]

The Government Shutdown and Its Effects

Posted on in Features, Front Page | Comments Off on The Government Shutdown and Its Effects
51410323_549277338910131_1659336193625554944_n

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 […]

New York City’s Approach to School Safety

Posted on in Features, Front Page | Comments Off on New York City’s Approach to School Safety
Caption: New York City Public School safety measures comprise of scanning, lockdowns and shelter-ins.
Credit: Miguel Mendoza

Undoubtedly, every child across America deserves to feel safe in school. Schools are supposed to be welcoming and non-violent zones, but unfortunately, that has not been the case lately. The number of school shootings and gang-related violence is continuously rising and there is very little being done to stop it. On December 11th, a 14-year-old […]

Neistat Neistat; The Man, The Youtuber, The Vlogger

Posted on in Arts & Entertainment, Front Page | Comments Off on Neistat Neistat; The Man, The Youtuber, The Vlogger
casey neistat

Casey Neistat came from humble beginnings and, through filming, he found success. You’re seventeen, just dropped out of high school. You’re going to be a father soon and for three years, you and your ‘family’ will live in a trailer. That was Casey Neistat’s life before he decided to move to New York City. It’s […]

The Shark Comes to Edison

Posted on in Features, Front Page | Comments Off on The Shark Comes to Edison
DSC_4497 (1)

Daymond John, born in New York and raised in Hollis, known as the People’s Shark on CNBC’s The Shark Tank and the founder of Fubu Inc., visited Thomas A. Edison C.T.E. High School on October 25, 2018. Daymond John toured the school and learned of the many programs at Edison, in partnership with NFTE (Network […]

Taking the Semifinals by Storm

Posted on in Front Page, Sports | Comments Off on Taking the Semifinals by Storm
Edison won the division and playoff games with incredible 8 goals by superstar freshman, Alexander Muyudumbay (bottom right)

Randall’s Island, New York — Leandro Angulo touched the ball and kicked the ball to striker Alexander Muyudumbay. Brian Rojas Hernandez, the Inventors’ captain, tracked them from the midfield. Tension clouded the field as the ball danced in and out of Edison players, who relentlessly ran for it. “This season we stressed a lot about […]

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer: One Step at a Time

Posted on in Front Page, General News | Comments Off on Making Strides Against Breast Cancer: One Step at a Time
Students gather in the cold chilly morning to show support and honor those who have been affected by breast cancer.
Photo Credit: Sahejdeep Chohan

Supporters showed up in great numbers on the cold chilly morning in efforts to raise awareness and funding for the modern epidemic, Breast Cancer.         On October 21, 2018, The American Cancer Society Making Strides against Breast Cancer walk took place, an annual event where the three to five-mile noncompetitive walk essentially honors breast cancer […]

Regulation Serve

Posted on in Front Page, Sports | Comments Off on Regulation Serve
The Edison Girls Volleyball team on October 23rd,2018 the day they played  
against Forest Hills High School.
Credit: Charisma Jugdeo

Edison Girls Volleyball team gets cut out of the playoffs by regulation. The Edison Girls Volleyball team had an outstanding season of five losses and five wins compared to past season like the 2017-2018 season with one win and nine losses and the 2016-2017 season with zero wins and ten losses. Speculations that the Edison […]