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Irvington’s got poets

By Jonathan Chen | Staff Writer Here are the rest of the submissions we received from students for National Poetry Month. “Rhyme and Reason” – Talia Basma We write with love, not logic We share the stories of the silent We are the voices of the lost   The words […]


Irvington Comes Back Against Moreau

By Srija Srinivasan | Staff Writer On Wednesday, Apr. 22, Irvington’s varsity baseball team played a close game with Moreau Catholic High School, and ultimately won with a score of 4-3. Throughout the game, Irvington trailed Moreau as they gave up multiple innings. However during the final inning, Irvington was […]


When Artificial Intelligence Becomes Real

When Artificial Intelligence Becomes Real

By Enya Kuo | Editor-in-Chief In movies about artificial intelligence, everything that can possibly go wrong does go wrong. Sentient robots always end up trying to enslave us (“The Matrix”), seduce us (“Ex Machina”), or kill us (“Avengers: Age of Ultron”). The threat of artificial intelligence to human existence has been […]

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