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Another Pizzeria?

FOOD REVIEW Recently, a new pizzeria called Slice Shop opened in what used to be Nicks Pizzeria. Slice Shop was a pretty good first experience. I ordered two slices of cheese pizza and a can of soda. The pizza was a bit greasy but other than that it was very good. My main concern was the price of the pizza. My two slices and a can of soda costed over $8.00. Many students have tried out the pizza and enjoyed ...

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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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Funny or Down Right Childish: Glover does it Again

Atlanta is a new hit drama/comedy on FX premiering on september 6, quickly becoming one of FX’s most exciting new shows. Starring Donald Glover, otherwise known as hit rapper Childish Gambino, Atlanta tells the story of a Princeton dropout trying to ride the fame of his talented cousin PaperBoi. Glover quickly finds himself managing PaperBoi as they go through the different struggles of money, law, and fame ...

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Frank Ocean “Blonde” Album Review

By Antonia Abramowitz Frank Ocean's sophomore album Blonde, the successor to his 2012 Channel Orange, is one that begs for more attention than just a swift listen. The 17-track offering is an art form as well as a musical piece, one that preserves the personality of his former R&B release. Ocean seamlessly strings together mellow beats, electronic hymns, powerful and somewhat obscure lyrics , and maybe ...

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There’s an App for that: Tony’s Pizza

As many students already know, Tony’s Pizzeria is a very popular spot to eat and order from. Recently Tony created a new application to help ordering and delivering easier for everyone to order, especially students. Tony gets a lot of business from students in several lunch periods throughout the day. “I eat chicken mac for days,” said sophomore Anthony Bonavita. “I feel like I have a special relationship w ...

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Debate

  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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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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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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Creating Space for Students

With the tightening of restrictions on food and conversation in the library, students are searching for a space to congregate during their free periods that isn’t as noisy and crowded as the cafeteria. “A lot of students need to get work done during their free periods and want to have a snack while working. High school students are responsible enough to not make a mess,” said Miranda Farman. Many students p ...

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