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  • Dil Se recruits more diverse performers, raises $7500
  • Work begins on Irvington’s new building
  • Irvington girls soccer comes up short to Logan
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  • 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 […]

  • Catching up with QUEST

    Catching up with QUEST

    By Shobhit Asthana | Staff Writer The senior benchmark project, quest serves to be the most challenging of all of Irvington’s benchmark projects and is causing many problems for seniors who can’t keep on track. The project requires students to get out of their comfort zone in their service and […]

 

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Unique Types of Love: Testing the Boundaries of Human Affection

By Vivian Chu | Staff Writer Romancing with the Inanimate Stronger than the typical love of chocolate or cozy sweaters, objectophilia is defined as the intense human attraction to inanimate objects. This strong romantic desire can also deviate further into animism, which is the belief that inanimate objects possess soul, […]

 
 

Class of 2015 raises more than $500 at Warriors Game

Class of 2015 raises more than $500 at Warriors Game

By Channing Whitaker | Staff Writer On Jan. 25, Irvington’s Class of 2015 held its most profitable fundraiser yet at the Golden State Warriors game, with a performance by senior acapella group Sexy Pitches. “We sold a total of 88 tickets for the fundraiser,” senior class president Narvan Babaei said. […]

 
 

Happy Mardi Gras! A photo gallery of Irvington’s celebration.

Happy Mardi Gras! A photo gallery of Irvington’s celebration.

Photos by Jonathan Chen

 
 
 
 
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