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Irvington’s Boys’ Soccer Team Struggles Against Miramonte

December 20, 2019

Irvington Soccer Overpowers Freedom High School

Irvington Soccer Overpowers Freedom High School

December 17, 2019

Girls’ Water Polo Wraps Up a Fulfilling Season

Girls’ Water Polo Wraps Up a Fulfilling Season

November 11, 2019

Girl’s Golf Defeats Newark in Close Match

October 29, 2019

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“The Garbage Will Do”

“The Garbage Will Do”

February 6, 2020

Ok, boomer

February 3, 2020

Let’s Face it, FaceApp is Practically Harmless

February 3, 2020

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December 21, 2019

Misogyny: Just DONT Do It Nike!

Misogyny: Just DONT Do It Nike!

December 20, 2019

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Alice Shu, Humor Editor

When Thamizarasu “Tamil” Sankarasubramanian joined ITA, he had some knowledge about coding and website-building, but wasn’t as knowledgeable as some of his classmates. After being helped by Mr.Albizo, he’s one of his top students and even participates in cybersecurity competitions. “If you’re interested in ITA, I would recommend to study courses before you get to high- school or ITA because when I was in ITA, I was not prepared and I was not doing that well in the class until I asked...

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Alice Shu, Humor Editor

Lauren Hur joined ITA as a junior after being placed in CCA Honors sophomore year as a transfer student. Despite only being in ITA for one year, she’s already started a tech club at Irvington, Girls Who Code, to help address the gender gap in the tech industry. In her ITA class, Internet Engineering 1, there are only four girls in the class, compared to 19 boys. Lauren attributes this difference as a reason why girls might be wary of joining ITA.  “[One misconception is that ITA is] only...

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Geoffrey Zhang, Staff Writer

"Making things is a way to perform." "My dad is an engineering teacher nearby. I eventually got involved with Berbawy Makers through the PLTW (Project Lead the Way) program. I basically started this pathway for people to come to Berbawy Makers.  It was NERF guns that got me into engineering originally. When I was 11, I took apart my first NERF gun, and two months later, I built the fastest NERF...

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