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Availability does not equal accessibility

Availability does not equal accessibility

Gian Paul Cadillo and Alyssa Cabrera

February 14, 2019


Filed under Features, News, Uncategorized

In New York, the NYC iSchool, one of some high schools, has taken its own steps in creating a more accessible gender-neutral restroom. Previously, the gender-neutral bathroom, located on the 5th floor next to the nurse's office, was kept locked and unavailable to anyone who didn’t have the key. T...

The LGBT Community

The LGBT Community

Ruby Gower and Jesse Hoffman

January 18, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinion

The NYC iSchool has a diverse student body comprising of many LGBT individuals. In fact, a poll that asked 51 students for their sexuality, just 31% identified as straight. Although the largest section of individuals are straight, the many subsets of the LGBT community make up an overall majority, wi...

The egg that cracked and scrambled Instagram

The egg that cracked and scrambled Instagram

Zoe Kirszner

January 17, 2019


Filed under Features

Comments, followers, but most of all likes. All everyone seems to want is likes, but how did a plain picture of an egg end up being the most liked picture on Instagram? The absurdity of it seems to be what makes it so funny, and appealing. The Instagram account named world_record_egg which has one post ...

Pewdiepie versus T-Series: The ultimate battle

Pewdiepie versus T-Series: The ultimate battle

Sydney Wargo, Reporter

January 17, 2019


Filed under Features

For nearly six years, the famous YouTuber Pewdiepie (Felix Kjellberg) has been the most subscribed channel on YouTube. In 2010, Kjellberg created his YouTube channel. Only three years later, he broke the record for having the most subscribers on YouTube. Since then, he has stayed on top as the “Kin...

Student stress: How homework really affects education

Student stress: How homework really affects education

Sydney Wargo, Reporter

January 10, 2019


Filed under Features

For centuries, children have been going to school in order to receive an education and learn valuable, basic skills. In the United States, the average student starts going to school when they are 5 years old, and continues on until they are 18. Beyond that, many people seek higher education through colleges, u...

New year, new me: How big businesses profit off of resolutions

New year, new me: How big businesses profit off of resolutions

Leo Lipson and Zoe Kirszner

January 10, 2019


Filed under Features

“New year, new me.”  You have probably heard this term before, especially during this time of year, when commercials turn from presents and cards to exercise and Weight Watchers. This is all because of New Year’s resolutions. New Year's resolutions are most commonly to quit smoking, to read more b...

Mental health, sleep, and tardiness

Mental health, sleep, and tardiness

Ben Langsam and Jaivan Burgos

January 7, 2019


Filed under Features

There is this common joke that says that a pen is the most important tool in your life. Why? Because if you lose your pen, you can’t take notes in school; with no notes you can’t study, and if you can’t study, you’ll fail; if you fail, then you won’t get a diploma; no diploma may mean no job, whi...

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