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The iSchool’s missing library

Emmanuel Botu, iNews Class Reporter April 13, 2022

When you were younger, what was your opinion on books? Some people would say that they hated books as a child while others would say that they loved them. Sooner or later when we get older, we may have...

3 different types of energy drinks
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Consequences of energy drinks

Spencer Kaufman, iNews Class Reporter April 5, 2022

It’s 10:00 on a Sunday night, and you have an essay due at 11:59 that you’ve been procrastinating all weekend. As you open Google Classroom to begin working on your essay, you begin to drift asleep....

peanut butter

You’re my jam, peanut butter!

Angela Rosendo, iNews Class Reporter March 31, 2022

When it’s finally lunchtime and everyone is rushing out of school to get some food in their bellies, they usually go out to eat at Essen, Shake Shack, McDonald's, Dunkin Donuts, Starbucks, Dollar Pizza,...

This is me wearing my helmet and gear.

Don’t be a loser, wear a helmet!

August Moreno Salerno, iNews Class Reporter March 31, 2022

Death, comas, paralysis for life! If only I had worn my helmet!  NYC  has had a devastating number of horrific accidents on E-Scooter riders and even deaths. E-Scooter riders have dramatically increased...

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The Wordle acquisition by the NYT & news restriction in the modern era

Alma Greenfield, iNews Class Reporter March 29, 2022

Though nature.com’s twitter— and anyone who has read the article can claim, this isn’t necessarily about paywalls— the term for what is blocking any user from reading this, rather, about “the...

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War of the decade

Spencer Kaufman, iNews Class Reporter March 28, 2022

Sirens wail in the distance as the whistle of a mortar shell can be heard in the air. Fire burns as smoke billows into the sky from a partially collapsed building and people are crying for the people they...

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How memes may hurt you amidst controversy

Jules VanRy, iNews Class Reporter March 25, 2022

It’s infected its way into social media since the early 2000s. It’s malicious and has been responsible for people changing their entire perception of life. Worst of all, people create, repurpose it,...

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What is graffiti: Art or vandalism?

Reham Elfaki, iNews Class Reporter March 25, 2022

The metal ball creates a “pssss” sound as you constantly shake the paint spray creating a beautiful artistic design on walls. With the blend of bright and dark colors, forms of visual connections are...

Dodgeball: Fun game or violent war?

Dodgeball: Fun game or violent war?

Emmanuel Botu, iNews Class Reporter March 22, 2022

When you were young, what was your favorite sport? Most people would probably say basketball, soccer, and maybe even kickball.   I would say that mine was dodgeball because it is a really fun game...

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Children under the age of 13 should not have cell phones

Reham Elfaki, iNews Class Reporter March 11, 2022

Have you ever observed the impact and problems phone usage has on young kids that can possibly lead to their misunderstanding of the environment and people around them? Well, it’s much worse than one...

The boys need their mirror back!!

The boys need their mirror back!!

Sam Espinobarros, Reporter March 3, 2022

The upperclassmen know that the closet now labeled as the boys’ bathroom used to have a bathroom mirror. Did we use it to check our appearance? No one really remembers. But it adds character to our former...

COVID-19 ended one of the iSchool’s most connecting traditions. But it doesn’t have to stay this way

COVID-19 ended one of the iSchool’s most connecting traditions. But it doesn’t have to stay this way

Zach Kaplan, Editor-in-chief December 2, 2021

From freshman year all the way up until the pandemic, I can remember countless moments that I spent upstairs during lunch, eating my lunch, getting work done, and connecting with my teachers all the while....

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