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My experience with the NMMHP

Nikki Hatzopoulos, iNews Editor-in-Chief May 16, 2024

When you hear the word “asylum,” what do you think of? Those were the opening words of a documentary I created that would, unknowingly, be one to hard-launch me into the world of advocacy journalism...

Its okay to take a break

It’s okay to take a break

James Corradi, iNews Reporter May 16, 2024

Everyone gets stressed. This can be over anything whether it’s a school project, or a work assignment. Stress can affect your mental and emotional health, leaving you in a state of distress. Say for...

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A deep dive into I Get It

Micah Shapiro, iNews Reporter May 16, 2024

The mental health crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic skyrocketed mental health disorder numbers, as the World Health Organization reports that mental health issues, such as depression and anxiety, have increased...

Amazing program that explores songwriting and mental health!

Parker Poma, iNews Reporter May 9, 2024

The Same Thing Project is a program centered on songwriting and making music as a way to improve mental health. The program, founded by musician Mark Cutler, is based in Rhode Island and has existed since...

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Dear iSchool juniors: You will be okay

Angela Rosendo, iNews Reporter April 18, 2024

Junior year is when you can finally take AP classes; whether you choose to take one or not, this year has been ROUGH. With all the required classes, extracurriculars, and college preparation, it hasn’t...

Holidays in New York City

Tasfia Jahan, iNews Class Reporter December 18, 2023

New York City, famously known as the "City that Never Sleeps," truly comes alive during the holiday season. From iconic landmarks to charming neighborhoods, the Big Apple offers a plethora of festive experiences...

New R211 A Train pulls into Inwood 207th St

When will new subway cars come to your train line?

Micah Shapiro and James Corradi November 9, 2023

NEW YORK CITY: In March of 2023, the first wave of R211 subway cars hit New York City’s A line, drawing attention to the possibility of increased improvements down the line. The emerging subway cars...

A full breakdown of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

A full breakdown of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict

Daouda Bah and Benjamin Gillespie November 2, 2023

Many people are dying and getting hurt in the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. So far, more than 4,651 civilians have died and 14,245 are injured. Multiple hospitals are getting destroyed with injured people...

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The issue of rats in New York City

Julian Cardenas Moncada, iNews Reporter March 2, 2023

In the 1700s, rats would stow away on board ships from England that would arrive in the New World and settle for years to come. From the subway stations and between your walls, they roam everywhere in...

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The unique strategy of the Democratic Party in this year’s midterms.

Luca Frears, iNews Reporter December 15, 2022

Presidential picks were snubbed, the red wave was subdued, and Georgia finally claimed for the democrats. The midterm elections have come and gone, and it looks to be a historically good turnout for the...

Concept image of the completed World Trade Center complex. From left to right: One WTC, Two WTC behind tower one, The Oculus, Three WTC, Four WTC, and the planned Five WTC. Credit: KPF

Five World Trade Center: The fight for affordable housing

Sam Espinobarros, Lead Copy Editor December 8, 2022

This article was originally published on NYU’s The Spectrum. On the corner of Cedar and Greenwich, lays the bare plot that’s expected to host the future 5 World Trade Center. The new tower is expected...

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The effects of school shootings on students in America

Gianna Jean-Pierre, iNews Reporter November 17, 2022

“You don’t know me, but you tried to kill me’” recites teacher Stacey Lippel, a survivor of the Parkland High School mass shooting. She speaks to the shooter, Nikolas Cruz, at his sentencing.  On...

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