The Irvington Voice

“The very first thing that I wanted to do was teach. When I got my degree in drama, I didn’t want to become an unemployed actor because that was usually the situation, and my ego kept me from teaching drama – and that was a mistake . . . But I’m teaching now and I’m happy about it.”

A Walker To Remember

Fiona Zhao, Staff Writer October 3, 2016

The coach of the boys’ and girls’ tennis team for the past three years, Mr. Lyle Walker is a familiar face at Irvington. This year, as Walker undertakes a long-term challenge to substitute sophomore...

Balancing QUEST with English will never happen

April 23, 2015

QUEST for future needs to be modified for English Curriculum By Channing Whitaker | Staff Writer Having to read two novels in two months with in-class and formal essays for English is manageable....


May 1, 2014

What the author initially titled The Children’s Crusade: A Duty Dance with Death became a crusade against censorship and a dance with controversy Arya Sureshbabu | News Apprentice Almost as soon...

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