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Fats Domino, dead at 89

Fats Domino, dead at 89

Georgia Moore

October 31, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Antoine “Fats” Domino passed away at age 89 on Tuesday, October 25th in his home. The late New Orleans native is commonly known as the pioneer of rock and roll with his popular hits “Blueberry Hill” and “Ain’t that a Shame”. He started playing in bars at 14 and continued to make a n...

Arts in the iSchool

Arts in the iSchool

Keira Daignault and Alyssa Santos

October 30, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

You walk into a room unlike the others in the school. There’s a faint smell of paint, and there are brushes drying in the corner. It’s the kind of room where one can escape. It’s 502, the iSchool art room. Ms. Smith, the current iSchool art teacher, teaches multiple art electives more than ...

Your Halloween guide to binging

Your Halloween guide to binging

Alyssa Santos and Keira Daignault

October 30, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

There are over 6,000 movies and TV shows on Netflix. Horror movies are ones that never fail to impress.   “Netflix never fails to provide perfect movies to get into the scary spirit,” Esme Fromhart, an iSchool freshman says. See, Halloween-themed movies all depend on your preferences. If ...

The Jazz Ensemble

The Jazz Ensemble

André Eisenberg, Section Editor

June 12, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

The Scallion

The Scallion

Alex Baumgartner and Sonal Rai

June 12, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

The Scallion, which is by taught Mr. Snyder, is a creative and engaging module offered at the NYC iSchool. This course examines the elements of satire and gives students a platform to create their own memes, videos, and articles on local and global issues. Students write satirical articles, films, and memes o...

iSchool’s music and art programs

Alex Baumgartner and Sonal Rai

May 31, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Showcase

As iSchool students walk down the hallways, sounds of instruments fill the air along with scribbling pencils. Music students sing and play instruments that can be heard from a far distance. At the same time, the rest of the  students are in their assigned classes asking questions about the homework f...

Fidget Toys: What’s the hype?

Fidget Toys: What’s the hype?

Tyler Baguio and Lucas Rivera

April 27, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, News, Reviews

You see them everywhere. On the streets, in schools, and even in offices. The fidget toy has taken over and is the next must have toy. First appearing on Kickstarter, the Fidget toy raised nearly $6.5 million dollars from backers (investors), and is now ranked the 9th most funded project on Kickstar...

Nuclear Proliferation!

Luke Copley and Ivy Hoffmaster

April 4, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

We interrupted an iSchool module, known as Nuclear Proliferation taught by Nathan Snyder. What is this module about? To deter or to not deter- that is the question. The class teaches kids a general history and science behind Nuclear Power. And while the class seems built on scientific facts and discussion ...

Power Rangers review

Power Rangers review

Ivy Hoffmaster and Luke Copley

April 3, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Reviews

GO GO POWER RANGERS! GO GO ALL THE WAY TO THE TOP OF THE BOX OFFICE “It’s Morphin Time” with the new Power Rangers film as it morphs from a franchise for children to the next big name action series. The live action movie revival of Power Rangers surpasses all expectations and caters perfectly to...

Spring break hangout spots for writers and artists

Spring break hangout spots for writers and artists

Saumya Grover, Reporter and Editor

March 30, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

NYC is the city of lights. It’s filled with numerous tourist spots such as Times Square, the Empire State Building, Central Park, Soho, 5th Avenue; you could go on and on about all of the places. New York City is basically a hotspot for all tourists. With its tall buildings and bright lights, this city se...

Fighting for women’s equality on Wall Street

Fighting for women’s equality on Wall Street

Jayvin Espinal

March 29, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

New York City is such a diverse place when it comes to its culture, race and art. Many artists see NYC as a canvas to paint upon leaving commemorated works of power, unity, and love like subway paintings and the infamous Girl and the Bull. The artist of the statue, Kristen Visbal, made it to repr...

Music in the heart of teens: Their passion and life

Jayvin Espinal

March 28, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Some students sing and play music to feel something that isn't normally felt. They all share a love of music and a passion releasing their emotions into melody. All these students share a passion for music, which is in their hearts and minds when they play. With the iSchool being the center of all the...

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