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Irvington is not literally a jail

December 30, 2015

By Caitlin Chen | Opinions Editor Irvington’s hallowed halls abound in questions of its origin; how did gum get on the ceiling? Why are the murals so weird? Why are people leaving masking tape written with Voltaire’s quotes everywhere? However, the most widely discussed rumor of all is the Irvington b...

Irvington Teachers from Fremont

May 13, 2014

By Enya Kuo | News Editor Ms. Chung Marshall, Patterson, Mathis, Forest Park Elementary School Horner Junior High School Irvington High School What has changed since you left and came back to Fremont? “There’s a lot more vending machines and bathrooms now.” What hasn’t changed?...

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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