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Mr. Gibbons: The gift that keeps on giving

The one and only, Mr. Gibbons!

Kamil Kuzminski, Reporter

March 27, 2017

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...

Ms. Mangano: iSchool’s newest English teacher

Ms. Mangano is a warm-hearted and benevolent person.

Rene Russo and Elaine Nutter

January 23, 2017

You walk into her classroom, and she greets you with a bright smile. Balancing grading multiple essays and teaching classes, she still manages to prioritize her students needs and struggles. Ms Mangano, iSchool’s newest English teacher, has been teaching for just about a decade and recently joined th...

She’s more than just a book character

In Harry Potter and Sorcerer's Stone, Harry, Ron, and Hermione encountered Devil’s Snare. Harry and Ron didn’t know what to do, but since Hermione had read about Devil’s Snare, she knew what to do and saved Ron and Harry from getting stuck in it.

Sadie Krichmar

January 20, 2017

  To many people, books are more than just books. They can truly change their lives. Characters are created to be relatable to real people and help people deal with real problems. Hermione Granger was no exception. She empowered people when they were reading the Harry Potter series becau...

A global march for human rights

A global march for human rights

Sadie Krichmar

January 20, 2017

The organization Women’s March Global has planned many marches on January 21, 2017, to support people during the Donald Trump presidency. These marches are nonviolent and intended to support women, people of color, the LGBTQIAP+ community, disabled people, people of all faiths, immigrants, and anyo...

Obama’s final farewell

Barack Obama waves to the crowds in Chicago, just minutes before giving his farewell address.

Maria Esposito

January 20, 2017

The time has come that Americans say goodbye. The cameras are rolling and broadcasting onto multiple different channels like CNN. Millions of Americans turn on their TVs and prepare to watch the goodbyes. Before he comes on stage to speak to the 8.9 million viewers, President Barack Obama reads through his ...

Ms. Charter: A dedicated teacher

Ms. Charter helps Nathaniel Harpaz on his project during module.

Sadie Krichmar

January 10, 2017

Imagine that you had an essay due and you stayed up until 3:00 am working on it. Then arrived at your first period class to find out you have a pop quiz. You have the mindset that it is impossible for your day to get any better however you will be proven wrong once you get to your Spanish class with ...

Bombings In Aleppo

Piles of broken down buildings fully cover a street in 
Aleppo after a series of suicide bombings from the rebel
Troops, which have left dozens of Syrians dead.

Elaine Nutter

January 10, 2017

You have probably heard about the civil war that is happening in Syria. The city of Aleppo has been divided since 2012. What was once Syria’s commercial centre is now in ruins.  There have been 400,000 deaths since the start of the civil war. The war is between Syrian President Bashar Al-Asaad and a...

All about Jhanique Lovejoy

All about Jhanique Lovejoy

Shanai Williams and Samara Zielin

November 17, 2016

A phone alarm sounds. It is vibrating her pillow, which drives her insane. She reaches tiredly to snooze the alarm just one more time. After her once over in the mirror she heads out. The first song on her playlist is ‘We’ by Mac Miller. Starting her journey to NYCiSchool, she uses the train ride...

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