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Student Tutors Offering New Help to Struggling Students

Are you struggling in class, but the thought of spending even more time with your teacher is out of the question? Enter Irvington's new cadre of student tutors. A tutoring program, run by the National Honor Society, pairs tutors with students based on mutual availability and the strengths of each tutor in a specific class/field. Senior tutor Abby Stein said, “Working one-on-one with a student can really hel ...

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Artist Spotlight: Julia Herceg

The illustration is drawn with Copic markers and catches the eye at first glance. The hot pink background paired with the brutishly beautiful girl makes one stop and wonder. The woman is holding a mascara wand in one hand near her eye, her right eye popped out of the socket, hanging by the lateral rectus muscle. The girl’s eyes have dark circles around them and in parts of her face she is yellowish and appe ...

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Proposed Schedule Features Shared Lunch, Longer Classes

The Irvington school district has been contemplating instituting a new schedule of classes for the 2018-19 school year since last year. Students are still anxious to learn what the new schedule will be and how this new schedule will improve their high school experience. Last year, the scheduling committee selected student representatives to hear their ideas and perspectives. Since then, the committee has be ...

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Students Favorite The JCC

The recent renovations and addition of extensive amenities at the Jewish Community Center on the Hudson has garnered the attention of Irvington High School students. The facility now boasts a commodious gym, pool, sauna, and an expansive basketball court among other things. Senior Matthew Lazarus, a regular, shares his personal preference over the school gym. “Honestly the environment is more serious, the s ...

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