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Parking Policy Irks Seniors

One of the biggest concerns of high school seniors here on campus, aside from college applications, is how to get to school every morning. For seniors, the long awaited privilege of parking on campus has finally arrived, but not without drawbacks. With alternating A and B day parking passes, students are only able to park every other day, leaving a method of transportation for half the year up in the air. W ...

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A Tradition (Almost) In Jeopardy

Irvington High School, since established in 1965, has sported green and white alongside the determined-face of the Bulldog. An  uproar of concern about this legacy being in jeopardy has caused a reaction that has led to community involvement and local discussions. The District is designing a new, improved website that includes a new logo that will be used on the website, letterhead and other official docume ...

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Houseparty: Are you going?

[gallery ids="6114,6126,6123,6122,6121,6124"] By Antonia Abramowitz Houseparty, the hottest new social networking app, has taken Irvington High School by storm. The group video chatting app created by the company Life on Air allows up to eight people to join a single “room” at one time. Faces of IHS students displayed in miniature boxes  line up throughout the day and into the night, chattering and mingling ...

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Irvington Varsity Football

With the fall season just beginning and sports teams in full gear, members of the Irvington High School varsity football team have faced fierce competition head on. Suffering the loss of many seniors in the graduating class of 2016, many had low expectations for this years younger team. Nonetheless, the Varsity boys had rose to the occasion on their very first game, winning against Croton-Harmon 22-8. Playi ...

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