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    Seniors tackle rape culture, stereotypes, climate change, and more in QUEST projects

    Seniors tackle rape culture, stereotypes, climate change, and much more in QUEST projects By Enya Kuo | News Editor Irvington seniors presented their QUEST testimonies on May 22, completing and celebrating the end of their last benchmark project in high school. Senior teachers Mr. Rodocker, Ms. Cook-Kallio, and Ms. Piekarski […]

  • Eleven out of ten high school seniors affected by crippling disease: senioritis

    Eleven out of ten high school seniors affected by crippling disease: senioritis

    Senioritis: the annual senior show. 11/10 of high school seniors are affected by a crippling disease: Senioritis. This show is a product of the disease. Big shout out to Julianne Vinh for collecting all the links and publishing it HERE! In case the link doesn’t work, here’s the list: RECAP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDWE0ITJ36Y INDIVIDUAL […]

  • Give Your Sub a Break

    Give Your Sub a Break

    Recognize the challenges of being a substitute teacher Kelsey Ichikawa    | Staff Writer It’s a typical day when you enter your sixth period class, and lo and behold, someone who is conspicuously not your teacher inhabits the room. It’s rare to have a sub with whom students are genuinely […]

  • Class of 2018 Tops 700 Students

    Class of 2018 Tops 700 Students

    Increasing class sizes creates concerns over availability of space, staff, resources By Kevin Hsu | Copy Editor Graphics By Enya Kuo | News Editor With its 2,142 students, Irvington is the most heavily populated and fastest growing school in the district, and according to principal Ms. Smoot, next year’s incoming […]

 

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Seniors tackle rape culture, stereotypes, climate change, and more in QUEST projects

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Seniors tackle rape culture, stereotypes, climate change, and much more in QUEST projects By Enya Kuo | News Editor Irvington seniors presented their QUEST testimonies on May 22, completing and celebrating the end of their last benchmark project in high school. Senior teachers Mr. Rodocker, Ms. Cook-Kallio, and Ms. Piekarski […]

 
 

Viking Baseball Players Dominate 7-0 In Win Over Eagles

Irvington’s varsity baseball players defeat American and score a near no-hitter By Hugo Vera On Wednesday April 30, 2014 the Irvington High School varsity baseball team hosted the American High School Eagles in a game that produced record-setting runs and pitching for the Vikings. The first three innings remained scoreless […]

 
 

Steve Strout Named California Coach of the Year

Steve Strout Named California Coach of the Year

IHS Badminton Coach for 24 years to be honored in June  By Jenny Lu | Editor-in-chief The California Association for all coaches designated Irvington badminton coach Steve Strout as the official recipient of the 2014 California Coach of the Year for badminton. According to athletic director Michelle Stone, someone within […]

 
 

Switching Courses for the Future

Changes at Irvington and in FUSD By Shonushka Sawant and Shayna Kapadia | Staff Writers Over the last several months, some changes to Fremont public school curriculums have been approved. Although some are merely local changes and will affect Irvington alone; others are widespread switches which will begin to affect Fremont […]

 
 

ASB pulls off Awards Rally after Last Minute Changes

New Decorations filled the bug gym for last rally of the year By Mariam Syeda-Quadri | Web Editor 1200 balloons and several hundred stars with a senior’s name written on each one to create a huge ‘2014’ lined the main gym to complement the aura of the last rally of […]

 
 

Marching Band Films a Commercial With PG&E

Marching Band Films a Commercial With PG&E

PG & E has band play “Come Fly With Me” in order to promote the new energy standards By Shayna Kapadia | Staff Writer At 9:30 AM Saturday morning Irvington’s marching band gathered on the lawn of Gomes Park to perform Frank Sinatra’s “Come Fly With Me” for PG&E’s commercial […]

 
 

Luis Domantay Crowned Mr. IHS 2014

Luis Domantay Crowned Mr. IHS 2014

Mr. IHS contestants share experiences after competition By Chandni Patel and Iris Lee | Student Life Editor and VTV Editor This year’s Mr. IHS competition opened its curtains to a full crowd that showed up to watch 18 of Irvington High School’s senior boys compete to win the title of […]

 
 

IHS Badminton Disappoints at MVALS

IHS Badminton Disappoints at MVALS

Irvington High School fails to place first in MVAL By Jared Tse | Staff Writer Irvington badminton finished the season with one qualifying team for NCS. “Overall I was disappointed with this years MVALS, “ stated badminton coach Steve  Strout. “ I thought we could do a little bit better, but […]

 
 

The Color Purple By Alice Walker

The Color Purple By Alice Walker

Fear of the unknown is ultimately the cause of censorship Shayna Kapadia | Staff Writer Written by Alice Walker, one of the most censored writers in America, The Color Purple’s descriptions about the struggles of colored women in the south earns its place at number 17 on The American Library […]

 
 

SCU Philalethic Invitational

SCU Philalethic Invitational

Both Irvington Speech Club and Irvington Debate Club demonstrate improvement as season draws to a close Kelsey Ichikawa and Arya Sureshbabu | Features Apprentice and News Apprentice A host of Vikings from Speech Club and Debate Club competed in the Santa Clara University Philalethic Speech and Debate Invitational from April […]

 
 
 
 

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