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The Rise and Fall of Logan Paul

Opinion Recently, Logan Paul has faced immense controversy for posting a graphic video including him and his friends going to Aokigahara, a forest in Japan known for being a place for people to commit suicide and recording and posting a man hanging himself from a tree. Many immediately attacked Logan Paul, claiming his loss of judgement is inexcusable and unacceptable while he being under the eyes of millio ...

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Battle of the Sandwiches!

Irvington, as most know has, many competing delis and restaurants which all similar food. One day, the Irvington Paw Print Team wanted to settle an argument about which Irvigton deli served the best sandwiches. We decided to order the same sandwich from the Irvington delis Geordanes, La Familia, Tony’s Pizzeria, and the Ardsley Deli: Battaglia Bros. The sandwich we decided to test has many different names. ...

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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 Notice Uptick in Subs

This year students have noticed that once again teachers are being pulled out of class for meetings, leaving the students with "sub plans" and sub teachers. Some students feel the meetings are excessive and disruptive to their learning. Fiona Goldman, a sophomore, says, "Teacher meetings once every two weeks affect my learning and my preparations for the Regents I will have to take."  She believes these mee ...

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Two D’s for Irvington Students

This school year, Irvington welcomed Mr. Anthony DiBenedetto as a new algebra teacher and you may recognize that last name because his brother, Mr. Patrick DiBenedetto, is an art teacher and varsity coach at Irvington. While Anthony was looking for a job Patrick didn't feel the need to step in. “I didn’t get involved,” said Patrick, “but when opportunities in Irvington came up, I always let my brother know ...

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New Players Give Irvington Football Team Hope in New Season

The varsity football team is off to a 3-3 start and optimism is high, thanks to the addition of three seniors who are playing in their first year of high school football but are already making an impact. Despite the transfer of key player Anthony Bonavita, who is now attending Iona Prep, the team is hopeful this season with the additions of Nick Lambiase, Christian Ishoo, and Nestor Ortiz. Usually seniors t ...

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