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Two English courses dropped for 2017-18

In the upcoming year (2017-2018), the English department will be dropping two courses from its offerings -- Themes in American Literature and Presentational Speaking. The English department designed a survey for juniors and seniors in order to gauge interest in the semester-long courses in order to determine the course offerings for 2017-18.  Themes in American Literature and Presentational Speaking were el ...

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IHS Goes Smoothie

“New Year, New You” -- an iconic phrase that is universally known as a maxim for New Year resolutions. As the new year begins, IHS has taken part in this phenomena by updating their cafeteria with the new fruit smoothies. Smoothies are a fun way for students to enjoy a tasty snack while getting all the nutrients necessary for  growing adolescents. Students during their lunch or free period have access to th ...

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The Election Aftermath

On the day of November 10th, in wake of the election results, it seemed as if a dark cloud had formed over the Irvington High School community. The hallways and classrooms felt desolate as students and teachers alike idled in near silence, the gravity of Donald Trump's victory still sinking in. English teacher, Ms, Ippolito described the day as, “It seems like it’s a day of mourning. I don’t think I’ve seen ...

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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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Fall Sports Recap

As the leaves change color and the temperature drops, the commencement of fall sports is under way.  The regular fall sport season is currently wrapping up, and the start of sectionals has begun. Many of our teams have had a very successful regular season and are continuing to do so in playoffs. 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 ...

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Class of 2018: A Legacy in the Making

[gallery ids="6070,6071,6072,6073,6074,6075,6076,6077"] By Mary Brereton and Antonia Abramowitz The Junior Jordans jumped over expectations in an astonishing win over the Senior class during this years Color Wars. Color Wars, usually a Spring event, took place for the first time during Homecoming week. The change was made in an effort to elevate school-wide spirit and to accompany the grand opening of our n ...

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A New Chapter for the Child Prodigy

It’s the athlete dream to take it to the next level and pursue the sport they love at a collegiate level. This is the case for junior Zoe Maxwell, who over the summer verbally committed to Brown University to play for their elite soccer team. Brown University, based in Providence, Rhode Island, is a Division 1 school in affiliation with the Ivy League and is known for its scholarly academics and beautiful c ...

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