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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 ...

iSchool dress code

iSchool dress code

Caireann Sardino, Section Editor

April 4, 2017


Filed under Features

Do dress codes help to foster an environment that is conducive to learning? Do they cause a distraction for students? Dress codes have become a complicated issue for many students. Schools use dress codes in order to achieve academic excellence. Some people may question  if making young women disregard...

High school expectations vs. reality

High school expectations vs. reality

Caireann Sardino, Section Editor

March 30, 2017


Filed under Features

The jocks, cheerleaders, nerds, and the geeks . The popular and the unpopular. This is the regular scenario of a high school movie. Coming into high school, many people expected it to be this way, separation of people based on how smart or good looking they are. But here, at the iSchool, it is dif...

Live-to-work or work-to-live?

Live-to-work or work-to-live?

Eli Piccone and Theo Gold

March 30, 2017


Filed under Features

Live-to-work or work-to-live? All over the planet different people from different cultures answer this question differently. American culture specifically- weighs heavily  toward the option of working to provide a life for themselves or in other terms, work-to-live. This question asks the purpose of humans and...

Check iSchool’s tech!

Check iSchool’s tech!

Kamil Kuzminski and Daniela Lopez

March 27, 2017


Filed under Features

Overcrowded streets, downtown traffic, train delays and five flights of stair are just a few factors iSchool students face every school day. It seems like the worst possible morning experience ever until you reach the iSchool halls. The narrow yet comfortable halls spread warmth and ease the students, t...

Mr. Gibbons: The gift that keeps on giving

Mr. Gibbons: The gift that keeps on giving

Kamil Kuzminski, Reporter

March 27, 2017


Filed under Features

When it comes to the iSchool, there are 24 teachers across only two measly floors. Amazing, really. When you try and find a teacher that sets themselves apart, you’re in luck!. Look no further than Mr. Gibbons. For the sake of general purpose, Mr. William Gibbons graduated from University of D...

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