• Outside threat halts students’ regular schedule
  • Disney’s hit: a miss for diversity
  • March Madness: Who’s got a shot at the title
  • Edison Science Olympiad reaches new heights
  • Gavin Grimm case offers insight into lack of transgender rights
  • Outside threat halts students’ regular schedule
    News

    Outside threat halts students’ regular schedule

    Ryan Pinkney

    March 17, 2017

    Yesterday at 2:30 p.m students were surprised by an intercom announcement from Edison Principal Pamela Brumfield ordering that no one should be let in the building and that the building was going into a "secure the school mode." Additionally, students were to disregard the dismissal bell and wait for...

    Police car station outside entrance 15 behind Edison.

    Photo by Ryan Pinkney

  • Disney’s hit: a miss for diversity
    Arts and Entertainment

    Disney’s hit: a miss for diversity

    Jillian Brooks

    March 13, 2017

    In a move that’s becoming increasingly common for Disney, the classic 1991 animated film “Beauty and the Beast,” has been transformed into a live action movie  starring Emma Watson as Belle and Dan Stevens as the Beast. When the remake was announced, it was met with excitement from fans of th...

    Emma Watson and Dan Stevens star in "Beauty and the Beast," a live action version of the 1991 classic. This movie is monumental in the Disney franchise for featuring the first gay character to make an appearance in a Disney film.

    Courtesy of Melissa Hillier via Flickr

  • March Madness: Who’s got a shot at the title
    Sports

    March Madness: Who’s got a shot at the title

    Will Dobson

    March 9, 2017

    With a week until the March Madness festivities begin, there is a fairly clear picture of what the top seeded teams will be. The top seeds will likely be North Carolina, Kansas, Gonzaga, and defending national champions Villanova. North Carolina is coming off of a big win against Duke at home, so...

    The Kansas Jayhawks are looking to Frank Mason III to lead the team to the national championship game.

  • Edison Science Olympiad reaches new heights
    Features

    Edison Science Olympiad reaches new heights

    Ryan Pinkney

    March 2, 2017

    The Edison Science Olympiad is a team of students that compete in the various topics of science. The 2017 Science Olympiad team has a total membership of 45, which is the largest it has ever been. Science Olympiad is unique in that the team does not have regularly scheduled meetings and relies on the independent preparation of its team me...

    The Science Olympiad at their district tournament with their fifth place trophy.

    Photo by Kate Anderson

  • Gavin Grimm case offers insight into lack of transgender rights
    Opinions

    Gavin Grimm case offers insight into lack of transgender rights

    Jessica Cruz

    February 27, 2017

    Much progress has been made pertaining the rights of the LGBTQ+ community, however there are still many challenges that people who identify as something other than cisgendered and heterosexual have to face. One of the cases can be observed is that of Gavin Grimm.  Grimm is a seventeen-year-old transgender m...

    Gavin Grimm and his parents have been fighting Gloucester County since 2015.

    Courtesy of "Gavin Grimm Suits Up For The Supreme Court" via Vimeo

News

Outside threat halts students’ regular schedule

Outside threat halts students’ regular schedule

Ryan Pinkney

Yesterday at 2:30 p.m students were surprised by an intercom announcement from Edison Principal Pamela Brumfield ordering that no one should be let in the building and that...

March 17No Comments

Dight voted grad speaker for Class of 2017

Dight voted grad speaker for Class of 2017

February 14

Edison English teacher Mead competes on “Jeopardy!”

Edison English teacher Mead competes on “Jeopardy!”

February 1

December school bathroom fire is resolved

December school bathroom fire is resolved

January 19

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Opinions

Gavin Grimm case offers insight into lack of transgender rights

Gavin Grimm case offers insight into lack of transgender rights

Jessica Cruz

Much progress has been made pertaining the rights of the LGBTQ+ community, however there are still many challenges that people who identify as something other than cisgend...

February 27No Comments

Message to the media: shape up and represent

Message to the media: shape up and represent

February 23

An open letter to Donald Trump

An open letter to Donald Trump

November 16

Schools step in responsibly in monitoring students’ social media

Schools step in responsibly in monitoring students’ social media

November 10

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Arts and Entertainment

Disney’s hit: a miss for diversity

Disney’s hit: a miss for diversity

Jillian Brooks

In a move that’s becoming increasingly common for Disney, the classic 1991 animated film “Beauty and the Beast,” has been transformed into a live action movie  star...

March 13No Comments

Adele breaks her Grammy in half for Beyonce

Adele breaks her Grammy in half for Beyonce

February 21

The Inaugural Concert: An obscure line-up

The Inaugural Concert: An obscure line-up

January 19

Celebrity Spotlight: Gina Rodriguez

Celebrity Spotlight: Gina Rodriguez

January 10

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