• Vikings Battle Cougars in Varsity Softball Game
  • Irvington Races to a Draw with Logan Swimmers
  • Club Spotlight: Inked Calligraphy Club
  • Chemistry Students Fill P-7 for Irvington Chemistry Bowl
  • Administration Considers Cutting Upper-Level Math, Science Classes
  • Vikings Battle Cougars in Varsity Softball Game

    Vikings Battle Cougars in Varsity Softball Game

    Irvington admits defeat to Newark Memorial Cougars in varsity softball By Khushi Patel | Staff Writer Irvington’s JV and varsity softball teams hosted softball games against Newark Memorial Cougars on Tuesday, April 14; varsity softball lost 3 to 5. By the fifth inning of the game Vikings managed to hold […]

  • Irvington Races to a Draw with Logan Swimmers

    Irvington Races to a Draw with Logan Swimmers

    Viking’s Swimming Performs Better than Expected with Mixed Results Against the Colts By Matthew Chan | Opinions Apprentice Logan’s varsity boys and Irvington’s varsity girls claimed victory at the James Logan High School Pool Complex on April 11th. This meet embodied the idea of supporting teammates as many swimmers stepped […]

  • Club Spotlight: Inked Calligraphy Club

    Club Spotlight: Inked Calligraphy Club

    New club practices traditional Chinese and English art forms Enya Kuo | News Editor An Inked Calligraphy Club meeting usually sounds like crinkling paper, tapping brushes, and lunchtime chatter. The new club, formed this year by junior Raya Kuo, practices traditional Chinese and English calligraphy as well as Chinese painting. […]

  • Chemistry Students Fill P-7 for Irvington Chemistry Bowl

    Chemistry Students Fill P-7 for Irvington Chemistry Bowl

    Sophomore Alan Tan triumphs in final round of chemistry competition By Matthew Chan | Opinions Apprentice Chemistry lovers and Mr. Lee’s AP Chemistry students packed into room P-7 at lunch from April 8 to 10 during STAR testing week to participate in Mr. Lee’s Irvington Chemistry Bowl, designed to provide […]

  • Administration Considers Cutting Upper-Level Math, Science Classes

    Administration Considers Cutting Upper-Level Math, Science Classes

    AP Physics C, AP Calculus BC, Multivariable Calculus/Linear Algebra could be casualties of district course cap By Karthik Mayilvahanan | Editor in Chief Weeks after students completed course sign-ups for the 2014-15 school year, Principal Sarah Smoot must compile a list of courses to be offered next year. Handicapped by […]

 

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Korean Dramas Review

Korean Dramas Review

Dramas to watch (and ignore) this coming break By Kelsey Wong Spring Break’s just around the corner, which means it’s time for me to sit back and relax, turn off Facebook notifications, grab a bag of chips, and start catching up on Korean dramas. I honestly have no idea why […]

 
 

Irvington Shows Off Creative Talent at Annual District Art Show

Irvington Shows Off Creative Talent at Annual District Art Show

Fremont Unified School District office hosts art exhibition featuring art from students all over Fremont By Khushi Patel On Wednesday, April 17 FUSD main office hosted an art exhibition for budding artists and creative minds in the Fremont district, including students from Irvington, Mission San Jose, Washington, Kennedy, Thornton, Walters, […]

 
 

Everyone Deserves Some fun.

Accepting and embracing the journey from underground to mainstream By Jenny Lu | Editor-in-chief For me, it was fun. Their songs filled my playlists since I was 12 years old. But then, it happened. Seemingly out of nowhere, they shot to the top of the music charts. I was just […]

 
 

IHS Seniors Featured on NPR

Get Schooled Ambassadors Alyssa Tucker and Thao Le share personal experiences with financial aid By Jenny Lu | Editor-in-chief To listen to the original segment on NPR, click here. Seniors Thao Le and Alyssa Tucker, Irvington’s Get Schooled Ambassadors, recently appeared on a segment of Morning Edition NPR news. Le […]

 
 

Vikings Battle Cougars in Varsity Softball Game

Vikings Battle Cougars in Varsity Softball Game

Irvington admits defeat to Newark Memorial Cougars in varsity softball By Khushi Patel | Staff Writer Irvington’s JV and varsity softball teams hosted softball games against Newark Memorial Cougars on Tuesday, April 14; varsity softball lost 3 to 5. By the fifth inning of the game Vikings managed to hold […]

 
 

Irvington Races to a Draw with Logan Swimmers

Irvington Races to a Draw with Logan Swimmers

Viking’s Swimming Performs Better than Expected with Mixed Results Against the Colts By Matthew Chan | Opinions Apprentice Logan’s varsity boys and Irvington’s varsity girls claimed victory at the James Logan High School Pool Complex on April 11th. This meet embodied the idea of supporting teammates as many swimmers stepped […]

 
 

Irvington Remembers Solomon Amini

Teachers and students reflect on how Solomon has touched their lives Enya Kuo | News Editor Irvington High School lost an esteemed student and friend when junior Solomon Amini passed away late in March. Solomon’s friends and teachers remember him as a friendly and caring person who always made those […]

 
 

Logan Hands Irvington Tennis Its Second Loss of the Season

Logan Hands Irvington Tennis Its Second Loss of the Season

Irvington falls short in key matchup By Nathan Fu |  A&E Apprentice   Irvington and Logan each came into the match on April 11th with records 9-1. The Vikings looked to bounce back from their first loss of the season to Moreau, but lost 5-2 to the Colts. Irvington won […]

 
 

Club Spotlight: Inked Calligraphy Club

Club Spotlight: Inked Calligraphy Club

New club practices traditional Chinese and English art forms Enya Kuo | News Editor An Inked Calligraphy Club meeting usually sounds like crinkling paper, tapping brushes, and lunchtime chatter. The new club, formed this year by junior Raya Kuo, practices traditional Chinese and English calligraphy as well as Chinese painting. […]

 
 

Irvington Places Third at Berkeley Math Contest

Irvington Places Third at Berkeley Math Contest

Last tournament of year marks the highest finish for Math Club and brings sentimental value for seniors By Kevin Hsu | Copy Editor Students from Irvington’s math club spent the Saturday of March 22 at UC Berkeley competing in the Berkeley Math Tournament (BMT), which, according to the tournament website, […]

 
 
 
 

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