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  • Vikings battle Cougars in varsity football game
  • Irvington experiences three hour lockdown due to potential gunman
  • Library window smashed, culprit unknown
  • After making the team, Laura Hubacek (center) was able to have an official greeting with the coaching staff at the University of Dayton. 
Photo Credit: Laura Hubacek
  • Restrictions for Bench Building All-nighter is the Way to Go

    Restrictions for Bench Building All-nighter is the Way to Go

    Reducing amount of people for bench building overnighter will create less chaos By Channing Whitaker Staff Writer Spirit week is known as the funniest week in the school year. Being able to attend the spirit week bench building overnighter involved you though to meet some requirements. New for this year’s […]

  • Vikings battle Cougars in varsity football game

    Vikings battle Cougars in varsity football game

    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 […]

  • Irvington experiences three hour lockdown due to potential gunman

    Irvington experiences three hour lockdown due to potential gunman

    By Rohit Dilip and Matthew Chan | Web Manager and Opinions Editor A report of a suspicious individual on the Irvington campus today prompted a school-wide lockdown and police intervention. Responding to reports of a man armed with a handgun on campus, Irvington High School locked down near the end […]

  • Library window smashed, culprit unknown

    Library window smashed, culprit unknown

    By Medha Acharya | Staff Writer A currently unidentified student shattered one of the library’s front windows on Monday. Irvington librarian Ms. McAuley was teaching at the time and did not hear anything, but College and Career Counselor Ms. Kimmel noticed a disturbance. “I was stepping outside to change a sign and heard […]

  • After making the team, Laura Hubacek (center) was able to have an official greeting with the coaching staff at the University of Dayton. 
Photo Credit: Laura Hubacek

    Irvington Alumni Athlete Spotlight: Laura Hubacek

    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 […]

 

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Restrictions for Bench Building All-nighter is the Way to Go

Restrictions for Bench Building All-nighter is the Way to Go

Reducing amount of people for bench building overnighter will create less chaos By Channing Whitaker Staff Writer Spirit week is known as the funniest week in the school year. Being able to attend the spirit week bench building overnighter involved you though to meet some requirements. New for this year’s […]

 
 

Review for The City and the Fields by Marek Breiger

Review for The City and the Fields by Marek Breiger

by Shonushka Sawant | Web Editor   From the pen of Irvington’s own beloved Mr. Breiger comes a detailed and insightful analysis of well-known Californian authors, such as John Steinbeck, Amy Tan, John Muir, and Nathaniel West.  However, the volume includes detailed analyses of the works of several lesser-known writers, […]

 
 

“Race to Nowhere” : The Stress Contest

“Race to Nowhere” : The Stress Contest

Srija Srinivasan | Staff Writer Race to Nowhere, a film shown on October 8th in Valhalla and the cafeteria, conveyed a message all too familiar to our student body: stress caused by excess schoolwork is much too intense for growing adolescents. The film documents the stories of several overworked students. […]

 
 
 
 
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