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Nouhi’s Nomad Debut Album Review

Nouhi’s Nomad Debut Album Review

Elias Swift, iNews reporter April 29, 2021

A New York City musician named Zachary Tirgan (also known as Nouhi’s Nomad) released his self-titled debut album on March 19th. His record company, Tirgan Records was founded in 2018. For this album,...

STRATFORD, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 15: Vials of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine are seen during a vaccination clinic at the Sir Ludwig Guttmann Health and Wellbeing Centre on December 15, 2020 in Stratford, England. After rolling out the vaccine to dozens of

COVID-19 vaccinations become eligible for all teens aged 16+ in New York as Johnson & Johnson vaccine is paused: Updates

On Tuesday, vaccination appointments in New York became available for all adults aged 16 and above. This was a crucial step taken by New York to battle back against the virus, especially amid fears that...

What are concept albums, and why we need them in today’s music industry

What are concept albums, and why we need them in today’s music industry

Elias Swift, iNews reporter March 18, 2021

Music is a form of art, and it’s also a form of storytelling. Every song in existence tells some kind of story, even if the lyrics don’t make sense, or even if the song is an instrumental piece. There’s...

It's been one year since the pandemic first hit the US. Credit: KWWL

COVID-19: One year later

Zach Kaplan, Editor-in-chief March 12, 2021

Tomorrow, NYC public high school students will mark the one-year anniversary of the last "normal" school day. On March 13th, 2020, a Friday, students were wary of the coronavirus, but no one could've expected...

Chess - the century-old game revitalized by Twitch and Netflix

Chess – the century-old game revitalized by Twitch and Netflix

Zach Kaplan, Editor-in-chief March 11, 2021

Before the pandemic, many families had chess sets that they kept in a closet collecting dust. For as long as I can remember, I’ve also had a chess set in my closet which rarely saw the light of day....

An iNews exclusive interview with educational YouTuber WonderWhy

An iNews exclusive interview with educational YouTuber WonderWhy

Harrison Reinisch, Junior editor-in-chief March 11, 2021

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a full-time YouTuber? WonderWhy is an educational YouTuber who has made videos about a variety of topics, including politics, history, geography, and more....

Clubs and Covid: How the pandemic has changed the iSchool’s clubs

Clubs and Covid: How the pandemic has changed the iSchool’s clubs

Sydney Wargo, iNews Reporter March 4, 2021

Since the NYC iSchool was founded, clubs have always been a big part of the student experience. The iSchool offers an abundance of student-made clubs, varying from high school staples like Model UN and...

The screaming halt of production during 2020

The screaming halt of production during 2020

Luca Pereira-Frears, Reporter January 22, 2021

What do a superhuman, a spy, and a warrior all have in common?  They've all been affected by Covid. In 2020, Hollywood was planning to release a live-action “Mulan,” a new “Wonder Woman,” movie...

The insurrection at the Capitol brought the worst out of our country. Credit: Reuters

Insurrection, impeachment, inauguration: An iNews analysis of a historic time in politics

Our country is in a time of major flux. To try to get a grip over this week’s transition in the White House, the iNews staff put together a packaged article and asked some of our faculty to weigh in...

What have iSchoolers been shopping for during quarantine?

What have iSchoolers been shopping for during quarantine?

Harrison Reinisch, Junior Editor in Chief January 12, 2021

At the beginning of 2020, Amazon was worth approximately $945 billion. By the end of the year, that number had skyrocketed to about $1.63 trillion - more than the GDP of all but 12 countries. Normally,...

Online school: An ineffective form of education

Online school: An ineffective form of education

Sydney Wargo December 10, 2020

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, schools all across the world have been forced to shut down and switch to an online setting. It is vital for children and teens to continue their education, even during...

The normalization of mass shootings in the U.S

The normalization of mass shootings in the U.S

Emma Lawrence, Reporter December 3, 2020

Imagine you walk into school ready for the day. You sit down and start doing work. It's nothing more than your regular Tuesday classes. You are startled by an announcement of a hard-lockdown. This isn’t...

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