• Not So Silent Night 2015 exceeds expectations
  • Model UN competes at first conference of the school year
  • Enough With B.S.
  • Jeffrey Ding, Angela Chan, Carole Ku (11) enjoy fruit popsicles and acai bowls (Photo: Caitlin Chen)
  • Hope for Humanity fair spreads awareness about current events
  • Not So Silent Night 2015 exceeds expectations

    Not So Silent Night 2015 exceeds expectations

    By Michelle Huang | Staff Writer Alternative rock radio station, Live 105, kicked off its annual holiday concert on Dec. 11th. The star-studded line-up included Halsey, Bastille, and Weezer. The concert was held at Oracle Arena, which was both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, the acoustics in […]

  • Model UN competes at first conference of the school year

    Model UN competes at first conference of the school year

    By Michelle Huang | Staff Writer Irvington’s Model United Nations club competed at the East Bay MUN conference on Dec 12th and Dec 13th. The conference, held at California High School in San Ramon, hosted over 300 delegates and 22 schools. Of the 16 Irvington students who participated in the […]

  • Enough With B.S.

    Enough With B.S.

    The liberal case against Bernie Sanders By Michelle Huang | Staff Writer  Bernie Sanders is more popular than the rest of the the rest of the 2016 presidential field, let alone most 74-year old white men from Vermont, even dare dream of being. Ever since he announced his presidential bid, […]

  • Jeffrey Ding, Angela Chan, Carole Ku (11) enjoy fruit popsicles and acai bowls (Photo: Caitlin Chen)

    ASB to gradually implement Club Rush changes

    By Caitlin Chen | Opinions Editor Though this year’s Club Rush was subject to a list of requirements released by the California Department of Education’s Nutrition Services Division, many clubs continued to sell foods that did not meet the set standards. “The requirements weren’t super enforced,” ASB Advisor Mr. Willer […]

  • Hope for Humanity fair spreads awareness about current events

    Hope for Humanity fair spreads awareness about current events

    By Tiffany Lin | VTV Editor Irvington’s first Hope for Humanity fair was held in the cafeteria on Tuesday, Dec 1. Organized by a team of about 11 ASB members, the fair’s goal was to educate students on current events through student-created exhibits. The team of students from ASB first […]

 

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IHS gymnastics tumbles to victory

IHS gymnastics tumbles to victory

By Michelle Huang | Staff Writer  Gymnastics overcame tremendous logistical difficulties to have a fantastic season, winning every single meet and capturing the NCS title. Irvington’s gymnasts dominated in their meets against Logan, Mission, and Washington. Gymnasts compete across up to four different apparatuses, performing routines on the beam, uneven […]

 
 

Not So Silent Night 2015 exceeds expectations

Not So Silent Night 2015 exceeds expectations

By Michelle Huang | Staff Writer Alternative rock radio station, Live 105, kicked off its annual holiday concert on Dec. 11th. The star-studded line-up included Halsey, Bastille, and Weezer. The concert was held at Oracle Arena, which was both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, the acoustics in […]

 
 

Model UN competes at first conference of the school year

Model UN competes at first conference of the school year

By Michelle Huang | Staff Writer Irvington’s Model United Nations club competed at the East Bay MUN conference on Dec 12th and Dec 13th. The conference, held at California High School in San Ramon, hosted over 300 delegates and 22 schools. Of the 16 Irvington students who participated in the […]

 
 
 
 
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