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What’s the buzz about Among Us?

The end screen of Among Us, a popular video game similar to “Mafia.”
November 22, 2020

If you stopped by a Discord server in 2018 and asked your friends to play Among Us, they probably wouldn’t know what you’re talking about. Now, it seems like it’s the only thing on everyone’s mind.  The...

A month into blended learning, the iSchool serves as a success story

A month into blended learning, the iSchool serves as a success story
November 12, 2020

After a three-month span in the spring where you had to learn from behind your computer, chained to Google Classroom for any new material, you can finally go into school again. Mask on, you enter your...

How lack of sleep is affecting students

How lack of sleep is affecting students
April 3, 2020

After staying up all night to study for your finals and finish your essay, it's already time to get ready for school. Despite feeling accomplished, once you get to school, you can’t focus, you don’t...

Being LGBT+ at the iSchool

Pride Flags within Christopher Park, across the street from the Stonewall Inn. June,2019
April 3, 2020

As the iSchool is in its 11th year, several things have changed in our outside world. A Republican is the president again, Apple is the first billion dollar company, 2 major viruses have occurred, and...

School shootings

Students participate in a rally with other students from DC, Maryland and Virginia in their Solidarity Walk-Out to urge Republican leaders in Congress
January 16, 2020

You enter school at 9:00 a.m., and two hours later you’re in third period with 29 of your peers. To your surprise, there’s a sudden hard-lockdown and someone enters the building with a rifle during...

Progression of LGBTQ+ rights in US

The LGBTQ+ pride flag
January 14, 2020

It was a Friday afternoon when a thirteen year old was writing an email to their principal about their identification as non binary (a person who does not identify with the typical male or female genders)....

Phones are much worse than you think

Phones are much worse than you think
January 9, 2020

You’re sitting in class, dozing off as your teacher continues her lecture on Westward Expansion. You’re so tempted to pick up your phone. The urge moves its way down from your brain to your limbs,...

Stressed? You could be damaging your health

Stressed? You could be damaging your health
January 9, 2020

It's 9:oo p.m. on a Tuesday night, and you haven't started any of your homework. You have a test on Wednesday that you haven't started studying for and an essay due Thursday, that thanks to your procrastination,...

Bigger than music

“Far Away” music video directed by Peter Huang, song written by Jessie Reyez and produced by Mad Ruk Entertainment
A close up on the immigration crisis and the song “Far Away” by Jessie Reyez
January 8, 2020

The 117 year old plaque on the Statue of Liberty reads, “Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, the wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless,...

Full House to court house: The college admission’s scam

Left to right: Loughlin, Singer, Huffman
April 4, 2019

When you think of college what comes to mind? Hard work, independence, and MONEY. People not only work very hard to get into the college of their dreams, but also spend massive amounts of money, which...

The tale of two cities: Manhattan & the Bronx

March 22, 2019

      The 2 New Yorks: These are pictures of two different NYC High School entrances. One  is of a well known school on the affluent Upper East Side of Manhattan (right) and the...

The dangers of multitasking

The dangers of multitasking
Why monotasking ultimately benefits us
March 21, 2019

As soon as one hears a ¨ding¨ from their phones it's like they're automatically programmed to check it. Even as one is in class they react instantly and take out their phones trying to check the notification,...

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