The IACS Student Government is making big changes! Remember the days in IACS before a vending machine, microwaves, and a modern dress code? All those things were brought to the student body by past IACS governments. This year, student government is continuing to evolve and is gaining power and sway to what happens in our school.
Watch the first Introductory Episode here!
Lecture Hall Live is back again this year and plans to be bigger than ever. Continue reading Big Plans for Lecture Hall Live
So far the Lady Hawks have had a good season. Continue reading The Girl’s Soccer Season So Far
The air was crisp, the energy was high, and the girls were ready to win. Continue reading Girls Soccer Teams’ Heads are up Even if their Roster’s Down
Sophia Dauwer performs her poem (Video by Josie Brody)
This poem by Sophomore Sophia Dauwer was really a chance for her to vent. She finds it’s a lot easier to express herself through poetry. “You can get emotional and you can be as rude as you want, as nice as you want, as stupid as you want, and it’s just in writing and no one has to hear it… It’s great,” she said. Continue reading Sophia Dauwer’s Slam Poetry
Gender is something which a lot of people take for granted as a simple thing. Society judges people instantly, identifying the gender they are assumed to be based on the sex they were born as, and forms opinions of them partially based on that. For many people though, around the world and at IACS, gender isn’t as simple as people are brought up to believe. Continue reading Transgender at IACS
Adam Reilly ‘11 has had an eventful four years since leaving IACS, full of exciting new self–discoveries.
On April 11, Andrew Gibson ‘12 passed away in his apartment in Portland, ME after battling a heroin addiction for three years. However, the Andrew that was addicted to drugs is not the Andrew most people remember. Continue reading Remembering Andrew Gibson
“Wow, wow, wow.” Those were IACS Social Worker Nancy Tripp’s first words when she saw Evan Hirmer ‘11 when he visited IACS on May 5. Hirmer, who said his main high school attire was sweatpants and a T–shirt, was dressed in a full suit complete with a red dress shirt and tie. He was also sporting a goatee and had shaved off his afro.
Upon graduating IACS, Chantelle Somers ‘11 wanted to take a gap year, but due to external pressure to continue straight on to college, she took the expected route and enrolled at UMass Lowell in the fall of 2011. Continue reading Chantelle Somers – Taking Time to Listen to Her Heart