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Julian Arroyo, who combatted depression and school stress while dedicating himself to Irvington's football team, committed to Whittier College, accepting the offer to be their starting quarterback.

Committed to Whittier: Quarterback Julian Arroyo

Felicia Mo, Editor-in-Chief February 21, 2021

"I remember being a scared little eighth-grader coming into high school. And I tackled that. Now I'm ready for the next big step." The college I committed to is Whittier College, a Division III school...

How I send I all my love letters. You want to know something else? I APPLIED TO OTHER COLLEGES TOO. (Common Application)

An Open Letter to College

Vivian Hoang, Copy Editor February 7, 2018

Love Letter Dear University,   This isn’t the first letter I’ve written to you and it probably won’t be the last. Besides all the emails I’ve sent as excuses for you to notice me,...

The admissions officers use happy hour to roast their favorite applications of the day while drinking coffee.

As Roasted As Black Coffee

Pia Parekh, Staff Writer November 11, 2017

An undercover Irvington journalist recently received intel that college admission officers secretly mock subpar application essays during happy hour at a local cafe. In a follow-up investigation, the journalist...

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