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iSchool students on sleep deprivation

Tokiyo Machida

March 21, 2019


Filed under Humor, Opinion

Nowadays, only 15% of teenagers in the US sleep over 8 hours, the required amount of sleep. Sleep deprivation is a huge problem among teens, and it can have consequences such as aggressiveness  towards people, and it also causes you to eat way too much, which can lead to another problem: gaining weight. Finishing work, phone usage, and...

Coffee: The iSchool’s favorite coffee places

Coffee: The iSchool’s favorite coffee places

Jackelin Vargas

March 21, 2019


Filed under Opinion

You wake up, go to school tired, but luckily you arrive pretty early. That leaves you some time to get something that will wake you up. Something that tastes good, is aromatic, and you could choose either iced or hot. Coffee. You might be unsure where to get your coffee, especially depending on your...

Paradise before the ’60s

Paradise before the ’60s

Ohema Boone, Student at the NYC iSchool

March 21, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Traveling is one of the popular things people like to put on their bucket list or their itch list. It is a perfect family bonding experience, in which relationships can grow, and people can learn about new skills and cultures. According to best places to travel article it states, “People may travel to learn something specific: a new language, a new cuisi...

Offensive Jokes: Are they okay to say?

Offensive Jokes: Are they okay to say?

Katie Pimentel, Student

March 21, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Offensive jokes include those who make fun of things such as sexuality, race, 9/11, The Holocaust, and about oppressed groups. From “Boondocks” to “Family Guy” to “Rick and Morty,” many offensive jokes have been aired and laughed at. However, throughout the years, the use of these jokes ...

Rock-a-bye-student?

Rock-a-bye-student?

Mia Davis

March 19, 2019


Filed under Opinion

It’s 12 p.m. You didn't get much sleep last night, and the teacher in the front of the room is droning on and on. Your eyes begin to flutter closed, and your head is on the desk. It isn't long before you drift off to sleep. It’s no secret that high schoolers don't get the 8-9 hours of sleep they...

Students on Valentine’s Day at the iSchool

Students on Valentine’s Day at the iSchool

J-Lynn Torres, Reporter

February 14, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Valentine’s Day! The day for giving and receiving love. And what better way to express affection towards someone then through one dollar bags of assorted candy? At the iSchool, students can purchase candy grams from iCare members. On Valentine’s Day, these candy grams are delivered to a person of t...

Is Harry Kane overrated?

Is Harry Kane overrated?

Elias Swift, Reporter

February 7, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Harry Kane is a good player with a great goal-scoring attitude. The English striker can score all sorts of goals. He’s still young, but he doesn’t have a lot of potential if he stays at Tottenham. Tottenham haven’t won the league since 1961, and although this is the best Spurs side the soccer ...

Soccer vs. Baseball: the iSchool answers the great debate

Soccer vs. Baseball: the iSchool answers the great debate

Zach Kaplan and Elias Swift

February 7, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Writer’s Note: This intro is meant to make clear that the one thing that baseball and soccer have in common are their fair share of exciting moments. It was October 16, 2003, the date of the ultimate matchup between the Yankees and the Red Sox in Game 7 of the American League Championship Series....

What to watch next

What to watch next

Lila Wolk

January 18, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

We are living in an age of media, and with media comes access. In our parents´s generation, there was no Netflix. You had to watch shows the night they were on; otherwise, you would have to wait until the reruns came on. And by then, everyone would have forgotten about it. Now we have Netflix, Hu...

Verne Troyer vs. Andre the Giant

Verne Troyer vs. Andre the Giant

Ben Langsam

January 18, 2019


Filed under Humor, Opinion

Throughout history, there have been some matchups that everyone have wanted but never happened. Ali vs. Tyson, Jordan vs. LeBron, etc. But there has been matchups that could really change the way people view things. So this is the question that maybe not all of us have been asking, but all of us w...

The LGBT Community

The LGBT Community

Ruby Gower and Jesse Hoffman

January 18, 2019


Filed under Features, Opinion

The NYC iSchool has a diverse student body comprising of many LGBT individuals. In fact, a poll that asked 51 students for their sexuality, just 31% identified as straight. Although the largest section of individuals are straight, the many subsets of the LGBT community make up an overall majority, wi...

The art of procrastinating

The art of procrastinating

Dexter Armstrong

January 17, 2019


Filed under Opinion

It’s Sunday night. You’re sitting at your desk staring at the blank piece of paper and hoping that your essay will magically write itself. You haven’t actually read the book but have read some summaries of it. You're about to start working, but you stop and you tell yourself, “I’ll wake u...

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