• None hurt after car bursts into flames at Blacow-Grimmer intersection
  • Happy Mardi Gras! A photo gallery of Irvington’s celebration.
  • Dil Se recruits more diverse performers, raises $7500
  • Work begins on Irvington’s new building
  • Irvington girls soccer comes up short to Logan
  • None hurt after car bursts into flames at Blacow-Grimmer intersection

    None hurt after car bursts into flames at Blacow-Grimmer intersection

    By Medha Acharya | Staff Writer At approximately 5:10 p.m. this Friday evening, a Mercury Sable’s engine caught on fire, but the sole person in the car escaped unhurt. The fire department arrived promptly to put out the flames. “I was leaking gas by Safeway, so I was on my […]

  • Happy Mardi Gras! A photo gallery of Irvington’s celebration.
  • Dil Se recruits more diverse performers, raises $7500

    Dil Se recruits more diverse performers, raises $7500

    By Jared Tse | Culture Editor Irvington’s IndoPak club hosted its sixth annual Dil Se cultural and charity show on Jan. 10 in Valhalla Theatre, showcasing Indian and Pakistani culture through song and dance and raising around $7500 for Project RISHI, a non-profit promoting sustainable development and growth of rural […]

  • Work begins on Irvington’s new building

    Work begins on Irvington’s new building

    By Rohit Dilip | Staff Writer Within the next month, Irvington plans to begin breaking the ground set aside for the new building. “They’ve got to start running the power, the plumbing, the wiring for data, and all those kinds of things,” explained Principal Sarah Smoot. “Because the building is […]

  • Irvington girls soccer comes up short to Logan

    Irvington girls soccer comes up short to Logan

    By Kelsey Ichikawa | Features Editor  It was a slightly chilly evening on Jan. 8 when Irvington’s girls’ varsity soccer team spread out on the field at TAK Memorial Stadium to face off against James Logan.  Despite coming close to scoring several times, Irvington ended up losing 5-0 to the […]

 

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Jacob Doty Recruited for Baseball at Pepperdine

Jacob Doty Recruited for Baseball at Pepperdine

By Enya Kuo | Editor-in-Chief Senior Jacob Doty, who has been playing baseball since he was 12, was recruited to play for Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. Last year, Pepperdine’s baseball was ranked 12th in the nation, and Doty will be playing catcher for the Division I private university. How […]

 
 

Boys Tennis Blows By Washington

*Pictures will be uploaded later By Christine Bach | Staff Writer The Irvington boys went into their match on Apr. 17 confident as recent practices left the boys feeling assured of their abilities to beat Washington. However, Washington is known to constantly change up the pace of the matches and […]

 
 

Balancing QUEST with English will never happen

QUEST for future needs to be modified for English Curriculum By Channing Whitaker | Staff Writer Having to read two novels in two months with in-class and formal essays for English is manageable. But having to combine multiple QUEST assignments in that two month span puts tremendous stress on many […]

 
 
 
 
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