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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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An overlooked issue: Crowd surges in concerts

Rosaly Marmolejos, iNews Class Reporter November 16, 2022

Meeting new people, spending time with friends, mostly good food, and amazing music! If it looks like a good and enjoyable experience, why is it deemed such a scary thing? Well, that is probably because...

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True crime in the MTA

Analize Eleocadio, iNews Class Reporter October 28, 2022

You're in the subway station waiting for the train to come. The train arrives and you get on the train. You sit down in a nearest seat close to the train door because why not? Someone walking between the...

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Serena Williams’s winning career

Emily Belasky, iNews Class Reporter October 28, 2022

The bright lights of the Arthur Ashe stadium shine onto Serena Williams and her opponent Ajla Tomljanović. The seats are full; no empty chairs in sight. The crowd roars as Serena throws the ball up and...

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Teen’s mental health in NYC

Daniela Zamora and Marlene Lainez October 25, 2022

“Mental health is  difficult for teens, you know, although you guys have so many more opportunities, there's still so much pressure and so many standards in society, and teens just want to be accepted,...

A goodbye to iNews from our 3rd editor-in-chief

A goodbye to iNews from our 3rd editor-in-chief

Zach Kaplan, iNews Editor-in-Chief June 3, 2022

As I finish my time at the NYC iSchool, the first thing I want to say my goodbyes to is the iNews Network, the iSchool’s phenomenal student newspaper which I have been honored to lead for the past two...

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Russia-Ukraine conflict simplified

Isabel Wilder, Reporter May 5, 2022

In this new age of technology, everything seems to be going so fast - and with the unending absorption of videos and information, it can be difficult to pause and synthesize what you see. It feels like...

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What does the crime increase in New York City mean for its students?

Gianna Jean-Pierre, iNews Class Reporter April 5, 2022

One 25-year old man is struck over the head with a glass bottle on the ‘A’ train, while another 36-year old is being slashed in the hand on a northbound ‘E.’ A 42-year old woman is murdered after...

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Crime increase in New York City

Tara Silverman, iNews Class Reporter March 17, 2022

New York City crime has been on an upswing for the past year on public transportation, behind the scenes of the city, or even out in the middle of the street.  Major crimes in the city have been up...

A return to smiles again as NYC schools mask mandate is removed

A return to smiles again as NYC schools mask mandate is removed

Zach Kaplan and Castle Bloodgood March 9, 2022

With COVID-19 cases declining across the city, Mayor Eric Adams announced Friday that schoolchildren from kindergarten to 12th grade would no longer be required to wear a mask in schools starting Monday. A...

The close contact system at the iSchool

The close contact system at the iSchool

Adriano Grassi and Samuel Espinobarros February 10, 2022

When we came back to school this past September, the main consensus was relief, but also that we wouldn't be in school for very long. Now with the spread of the Omicron variant, schools have had to adopt...

Gov. Kathy Hochul rolls back NY mask mandate in indoor places

Gov. Kathy Hochul rolls back NY mask mandate in indoor places

Zach Kaplan, iNews editor-in-chief February 10, 2022

ALBANY - In a move that was expected but shocking, New York governor Kathy Hochul is ending the state’s indoor mask mandate, as well as the rule that required businesses to ask people for proof of vaccination...

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