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The college process: Essays and exertion

The college process: Essays and exertion

J-Lynn Torres, Reporter

November 21, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

If you could describe the college process in one word, what would it be? iSchool seniors Tsedale Forbes and Brianly Urena give the same answer without skipping a beat: “Stressful.” For them and many other seniors, the last year at the iSchool is the time to buckle down and make some big decisions. From...

Keeping up with iCare

Keeping up with iCare

Maria Esposito, Editor In Chief

November 18, 2017


Filed under Features, Showcase

Brace yourselves: we’re three fourths of the way through hurricane season and over six hurricanes have already occurred all around the world. Destruction has wreaked havoc in places such as Texas, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, and the Caribbean. Recovery from these natural disasters is far from over, but...

Streetwear: The trend that has taken over New York

Streetwear: The trend that has taken over New York

Daniel Ottaviano and Arman Celebi

November 10, 2017


Filed under Features

In New York, there are some things people would describe a certain area for. For example, Brooklyn is known for it’s food, The Bronx is known for the Yankees, and Queens is known for its various malls. SoHo is widely known for being the fashion capital of the Empire State. The iSchool is locate...

NYC seeks safety

NYC seeks safety

Lily Krug, Section Editor

November 9, 2017


Filed under Features, Opinion

Walk around your neighborhood, and maybe you’ll see an extra police officer or a row of concrete barriers put up in front of your favorite public building. Maybe it’ll make you feel safer, or maybe not. On October 31st, a man drove a rental truck down a bike path leading to eight dead and many i...

Student’s guide to lunch on a budget

Student’s guide to lunch on a budget

Ada Cowan and Malaki Atwell

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Reviews, Showcase

You've never been conflicted before if you’ve never been stuck on finding a place to eat lunch in the maze that is SoHo. There are lots of great places to eat near the iSchool, but it can be hard to find somewhere to get an inexpensive lunch in one of New York’s more expensive neighborhoods....

The last moments with an amazing person

The last moments with an amazing person

Naimul Hasan

June 13, 2017


Filed under Features

We may have encountered this person at least once in our lives at the NYC iSchool. She has an amazing personality and is hardworking when it comes to the school and its students. She has been working in the iSchool community for five years. Emily Dodd is the assistant principal at the NYC iSchool. She is...

The next thing to go extinct?

The next thing to go extinct?

Naimul Hasan

June 1, 2017


Filed under Features

It has been part of humanity's life for centuries and decades. It has allowed humanity to make such significant progress because of it, but some are dying or lost. Languages are something that many might not consider the most important factor of one's life. However, languages are an essential thing...

Friendship Blues

India Gray, Section Editor

May 30, 2017


Filed under Features

You’re in the market for a new friend. You search and search until suddenly and almost randomly, you meet her, the friend you’ve been waiting for. You’ve finally found a new person to talk to and  share experiences with.  It’s great, until it isn’t Losing friends is hard, especially duri...

A once in a lifetime trip

A once in a lifetime trip

Maria Esposito

May 5, 2017


Filed under Features

It all started in September of 2016, when a school wide email was sent out; A once in a lifetime opportunity to travel to Nicaragua and help improve the community. I am sure many of you are wondering, how was it? Was it worth the $3,000 cost? What kind of work was done there to improve the community ...

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 ...

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