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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...

Cross Country’s Third Race is a Success

Shradha Krishnamurthy, Entertainment Editor October 13, 2019

On Thursday, October 11, Irvington’s Varsity Boys and Girls Cross Country (in addition to jv girls and frosh/soph boys) teams won their races against Kennedy. The team has been steadily improving...

Irvington Girl's Tennis won 2nd place at this year's MVAL's

Patched Courts and Second Place: Girl’s Tennis ends the season on a high note

Elaine Chan, Student Life Editor November 11, 2017

After a season of 14 games and many practices, the girl’s tennis season came to a close the first week of November. After a subpar 8-6 record last year, the Lady Vikings bounced back and ended this year’s...

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