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An iSchooler student's brother’s suicide brings mental health to the forefront

An iSchooler student’s brother’s suicide brings mental health to the forefront

Zach Kaplan, iNews editor-in-chief February 23, 2021

When Yeramis Subera, a junior, tragically lost her older brother to suicide last week, she posted an Instagram story that broadcast her family’s needs to pay for his funeral expenses with a link to a...

Unpacking Biden's top cabinet nominees

Unpacking Biden’s top cabinet nominees

Isabel Wilder February 11, 2021

During these difficult first two months of 2021, there has been an outcry of both fear and hopefulness for what's to come. Amid all the present uncertainty, one thing is clear; Joe Biden has taken the...

President Biden signs an executive order in the Oval Office.

President Biden starts off his presidency with a flurry of executive orders

Zach Kaplan, iNews editor-in-chief January 22, 2021

President Joe Biden, after being sworn in as the 46th President of the United States yesterday, has immediately gone to work, signing 27 executive orders on a myriad of topics yesterday and today. The...

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...

Vials of the new vaccine that protects against COVID-19

First doses of lifesaving Covid-19 vaccine administered in the United Kingdom

Zach Kaplan, editor-in-chief December 11, 2020

Tuesday marked a historic day in the pandemic. From across the world, news reports and photos came in of healthcare workers and senior citizens in the United Kingdom getting their first ‘jabs’ or vaccinations...

NYC mayor Bill de Blasio

Mayor Bill de Blasio announces public middle and high schools won’t reopen until 2021

Henry Katchuba December 10, 2020

The news that no student in New York wanted to hear was recently announced by Mayor Bill de Blasio: Public middle and high schools in NYC will not open until 2021 at the earliest.  For weeks that have...

NYC schools close again after virus spread hits benchmark

NYC schools close again after virus spread hits benchmark

Zach Kaplan, Editor-in-chief November 19, 2020
“I can't help but feel sad about the news that school will go 100% remote again, just as I was looking forward to seeing more students, and especially more of my advisees in person with the start of Quarter 2,”
iCare reveals its winning photo submission

iCare reveals its winning photo submission

Zach Kaplan, iNews editor-in-chief November 17, 2020

When Rachel Silverman, a junior, spotted this homeless man sitting in a Central Park tunnel, she knew she captured a moment. “I thought, not many people think about the underprivileged in New York,...

NYC iSchool rallies together to view live Election Night results

NYC iSchool rallies together to view live Election Night results

Zach Kaplan, iNews editor-in-chief November 3, 2020

As the results from tonight’s Presidential election are released, a group of iSchool’s history teachers will join with students taking Elections: 2020 via Zoom to analyze and discuss the returns as...

With New York seeing a steady decrease in new cases, it's time for...

With New York seeing a steady decrease in new cases, it’s time for…

Zach Kaplan, Junior editor-in-chief May 13, 2020

Believe it or not, the easy part of this pandemic may be over. For the past eight or so weeks, all we’ve needed to do was stay at home and follow basic protocol, such as covering our mouths when we sneeze...

What are iSchoolers doing during quarantine?

What are iSchoolers doing during quarantine?

Zach Kaplan, Junior editor-in-chief April 30, 2020

When the ball dropped on New Years’ Eve, everyone was looking forward to a new decade and new beginnings. But no one could’ve predicted that in March, a highly contagious virus would infect thousands...

Biden & Sanders: What do iSchoolers think?

Biden & Sanders: What do iSchoolers think?

Zach Kaplan, Junior editor-in-chief April 16, 2020

We have a clearer picture of what the 2020 general election is going to look like now.  When this article was first written, Vermont senator Bernie Sanders and former vice president Joe Biden were...

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