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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...

Video games shouldn’t become a sport

Video games shouldn’t become a sport

Fernando Rodriguez, Copy Editor

January 17, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Video games have always been a “problem” in the face of the media. Countless reports have pointed them to be detrimental to the youth, a waste of time, or just utter nonsense. Of course, these accusations are not true and only showcase why people are becoming more accepting of video games as the...

Why PewDiePie should remain the most subscribed YouTuber

Why PewDiePie should remain the most subscribed YouTuber

Lucas Sherman, Reporter

January 15, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

PewDiePie is an independent creator on YouTube who has been the top subscribed YouTuber for 5 years. He has been a big inspiration to other creators, and he has continued entertaining his fans even through tough times in Youtube history. Recently, a competitor named “T-Series” has been gaining ...

Women in TV: How their portrayal has changed over time

Women in TV: How their portrayal has changed over time

Lila Wolk

January 14, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

  Rachel Green. Monica Geller. Diane Chambers. Rebecca Howe. Pam Beesly. All of the aforementioned women are known in TV show history for their looks and character in their respective projects. As much as we love these TV shows, we have to acknowledge the problems, specifically in the way ...

Making new friendships: Sports at the iSchool

Making new friendships: Sports at the iSchool

Ambra Matanaj and Violet Lane

January 11, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Sports

The school spirit at the iSchool is strong, including students’ support for the sports teams. The sports teams at the iSchool, shared with Chelsea high school, include of the co-ed soccer team, boys basketball team, girls basketball team, bowling team, track and cross country teams, boys baseball te...

Snapchat vs. Instagram

Snapchat vs. Instagram

Maia Turman-Cooke, Reporter

January 11, 2019


Filed under Humor, Opinion

  You know when people say, “What happens in a place stays in a place.” It’s a different case for social media. What happens on social media stays on Google forever. According to the NORC at the University of Chicago, “76 percent of American teens age 13-17 use Instagram” and “75 percent of teens use Snapchat.” So many kids use social media, n...

A dosage of controversy

A dosage of controversy

Dexter Armstrong, Section Editor

January 10, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Edward Jenner created the first successful smallpox vaccine in 1796. Since then, we have had various disease outbreaks and various vaccines to prevent us from catching them. Ever since then we have created many vaccines, and you definitely been given a couple of them; especially after you were born an...

Lunchtime: The 45 minute rush for food!

Lunchtime: The 45 minute rush for food!

Jesse Hoffman and Ruby Gower

January 8, 2019


Filed under Humor, Opinion

Lunchtime at any high school can be hectic, but the NYC iSchool in Manhattan has especially crazy lunch breaks. Stories abound about these city adventures, and often many things have happened by the time the students swipe back in to go back to class in the afternoon. These breaks can be talked abou...

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