By Matthew Chan | Opinions Editor The classic American stereotype of the Thanksgiving...
By Medha Acharya | Staff Writer Irvington High School partnered with “Race to Nowhere” director Vicky Abeles to create a first-ever “Community Night” aimed at getting students to spend more time with families by removing homework. The initiative, Assistant Principal Mr. Jackson said, was fueled by findings that students are […]
During October, Irvington had its annual Homecoming Week. Here’s a quick recap.
By Channing Whitaker | Staff Writer On October 4 at TAK stadium, the Irvington varsity football team was looking for not only their first MVAL win, but their first win of the season. Unfortunately, Newark was too much for the Vikings on the offensive side of the ball as Irvington […]
Channing Whitaker | Staff Writer Former class of 2014 Irvington student and girls’ volleyball star Laura Hubacek was raised in Fremont and attended Irvington from 2010 to 2014. Hubacek started getting interested in volleyball at a very young age. “I was first interested in volleyball when I was eight or […]
Shonushka Sawant | Web Editor As someone with siblings, I’ve thought time and again that living side by side with sisters and brothers yields only rewards. It’s true that siblings are invaluable playmates as children and fulfill lifetime roles as companions and friends. However, there are also some lesser-known perks […]
Shonushka Sawant | Web Editor J.K. Rowling, best known as the author of the legendary Harry Potter series, has set her sights on a different path after the conclusion of “Harry Potter”. Though she has been expected to continue on a similar vibe in the past, she surprised the […]
By Shonushka Sawant | Web Editor The influenza pandemic of 1918 infected 500 million people worldwide and killed 20 million to 50 million people. Over a fourth of the United States population fell ill, including Woodrow Wilson, who was the President of the United States at the time. The […]