The Irvington Voice

We don’t need no stinkin’ pledges

October 28, 2015

Why the Pledge of Allegiance is unnecessary By Tiffany Lin | VTV Editor It’s not every day a government institution decides that it is necessary for a large group of people to chant together while praising an inanimate object. Unless that inanimate object is the American flag. This year, Irvington h...

Library window smashed, culprit unknown

October 14, 2014

By Medha Acharya | Staff Writer A currently unidentified student shattered one of the library's front windows on Monday. Irvington librarian Ms. McAuley was teaching at the time and did not hear anything, but College and Career Counselor Ms. Kimmel noticed a disturbance. "I was stepping out...

Administration Considers Cutting Upper-Level Math, Science Classes

Administration Considers Cutting Upper-Level Math, Science Classes

April 9, 2014

AP Physics C, AP Calculus BC, Multivariable Calculus/Linear Algebra could be casualties of district course cap By Karthik Mayilvahanan | Editor in Chief Weeks after students completed course sign-ups for the 2014-15 school year, Principal Sarah Smoot must compile a list of courses to be offered next ...

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