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  On November 8th, in honor of election day, the school hosted an official debate in the auditorium. The debate gave a voice to the opposing political views that exist in the IHS community by pitting eight seniors - four democrats and four republicans - against each other in a battle of ideologies and wits.   This select group of political advocates included some of Irvington’s most well-known and ...

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Ice to Meet You: Syncing Towards Gold

Erika Sipos, sophomore, and Emily Kuo, junior, both skate nationally as part of a synchronized skating team. Sipos is on the Skyliners Intermediate Synchronized Skating Team and Kuo is on Lexettes (Hayden Synchronized Skating Team). A synchro season is usually from the end of August to the end of February; this is when all the large competitions occur. Then, from March till the next season, usually August, ...

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Beep Beep Superlatives

For a while, the IHS yearbook has been selecting senior superlatives from Class Clown to Most Presidential. The Paw Print sought out a few former winners to see if the superlatives anticipated any real futures for these graduates. Hillary Steinberg (class of 2010) was named “Dare To Be Different.” Currently, she is in a PhD program at the University of Colo. (Boulder) studying sociology. She teaches on a co ...

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Fall Sports Wrap Up

Boys soccer was ranked as the No. 9 seed and versed the No. 8 seed, Croton Harmon at Spencer Field at 3 pm on Oct. 20. The team unfortunately lost 3-0, bringing their season to an end. The Bulldogs finished their regular season with a record of 8-7-1. Girls soccer was ranked as the No. 2 seed of the Section 1 Class B Playoffs. The Lady Bulldogs advanced to the Semifinals against No. 3 Albertus Magnus. Last ...

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The Case Against College Football

Opinion How corruption, physical injuries, and a culture of toxic masculinity ruined America’s favorite sport  Around 114.4 million people sat down in their homes, offices, and bars last year to watch the Super Bowl. Whether one is an ardent fan or a first time viewer, football is a powerful force which brings like-minded people together. This is not an argument against professional football, although there ...

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Students Flip Out Over Bottle Flipping Fad

All around Irvington this school year, lots of students have been in love with a new internet phenomenon: water bottle flipping.  This new fad has spread like wildfire all across America when a video on Instagram went viral of a student flipping his water bottle. After this new fad was established, the kids rushed to create videos of themselves flipping water bottles. Kids started to put the song “Ultimate” ...

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Halloween Take Over By Seniors

As Halloween came and went, the senior class was excited to help out at the Dows Lane Halloween Carnival. This tradition allows seniors to dress up in costumes and create fun activities for the kids at Dows Lane. This tradition only allowing seniors to wear costumes to school is a source of controversy with the freshman, sophomores and the juniors who are not allowed to dress up. Georgia Mountroukas, junior ...

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