By Samaria Noel, Grace Jung
Showcasing three new educators that are determined to make a difference in the Stuyvesant community.
Issue 2, Volume 114
Arts and Entertainment
By Sofia Sen
A review of The Miniature Art Museum: Small is Beautiful NYC.
By Khandaker Mushfikuzzaman
OnlyFans has become glorified in mainstream media, and we need to speak against the mass hype around it.
By Grace Jung, Abigail Jin
Profiles of six new clubs with unique visions to create engaging spaces within Stuyvesant.
By Talia Arcasoy, Madeline Hutchinson
Singer and instrumentalist Laufey offers a fresh perspective on modern jazz with the release of Bewitched, her second full-length album.
By Zoe Feigelson
Lena Dunham’s show Girls is excruciating and ingenious because it forces viewers to identify with the parts of themselves they most dislike.
By Benson Chen
Olivia Rodrigo doubles down on SOUR’s angst on GUTS.
By The Editorial Board
The Editorial Board offers two opposing perspectives on Stuyvesant’s niche graduation requirements.
By Kikyo Makino-siller
Why the fossil fuel industry has successfully transformed consumer opinion of green energy in New York, and what can be done about it.
By Karen Chen
Principal Yu-get-no-break assigns an even more atrocious, miserable summer homework assignment—but it’s okay, Professor Chen to the RESCUE!
By Somerset Seidenberg
Director of The New Yorker Festival Katherine Stirling discussed the mission, making, and content of the annual cultural celebration in an interview with The Spectator.
By Olivia Callahan
Everything Is Alive doesn’t merely extend Slowdive’s discography—it redefines it.
In the ever-shifting
By Madeline Hutchinson
Aurora’s Sunrise is by far the most poignant animated film of the year, communicating Armenian history in a novel medium.
By Sarah Diaz
To fully represent and acknowledge every Jew, there should be distinctions within the discussion of each identity.
By Aareeb Jamil
The basics of quantum computing, why it matters, and how Stuyvesant students can learn more about it.
By Andrew-Rafael Said
The intriguing notion of time travel, which has long been a staple in science fiction and a subject of fascination for many, may not be as implausible as it once seemed.
By Elizabeth Kolbasko
The teenage girl is not simply a period of adolescence for a young woman, but it is an image that has been scrutinized and mocked for decades, contributing to the teen mental health crisis of today.
By Ava Quarles
The Stuyvesant Peglegs have evolved since last season and are ready to take on the 2023 fall season.
By Fiona Chen
To protect the pride of New Yorkers after the fare is raised to $2.90, a part-time rat expert and part-time good samaritan convinces the rats to pay the train fare as well.
By Frederik Schutz, Yashna Patel
Introducing Mia and Gigi, the captains leading the Mimbas to the top!
By Eshaal Ubaid
This whole email guideline thing is getting outta hand…
By Hifza Kaleem, Suyeon Ryu, Cathleen Xi, Ada Gordon
Stuyvesant students react to the Supreme Court’s ruling on affirmative action and the impact it will have on their futures.
By Sadat Ahmed, Rahul Kissoon, Sharon Zhou, Kara Yip
ARISTA’s Executive Council has been selected for the 2023-2024 school year.
By Vinson Chen
As we face the hottest year ever recorded, is our overwhelming reliance on air conditioning contributing to the problem?
By Gary Jiang
Though dogs are the most popular pet in the world, many people don’t realize the cruelty of the breeding industry and the issues dogs have faced because of selective breeding at the hands of humans.
By Astrid Harrington
People don’t pay attention to local politics, and systemic change is needed to fix this problem.
By Josephine Yoo
Climate change is spicing up our world, and the call to take action is burning hot.
By Daniel Chang, Digit Kim
Starting this school year, Stuyvesant freshmen and seniors will be sharing their lockers in the Phys Ed locker room.
By Stefanie Chen
“Musuem-ed” art of the contemporary era is declining in quality, requiring less time, skill, and effort to create than the masterful works of the past.
Issue 1, Volume 114
By Selina Lin
As the spotted lanternfly invasion persists, hope and morale remain strong at the frontlines.
By Alexander Chu
These gosh-darn student drivers keep getting into car accidents.
By Emile Lee-Suk
The Guggenheim debuted an overlooked collection of South Korean art from a time of military dictatorship.
By Galen Jack
In a post-pandemic world, the experiences that movie theaters offer often trump the films they show, especially as these experiences begin to trend across social media.
By Leora Gallai
Autism doesn’t disqualify a person as a leader, but could even be a vote in their favor.
By Braminder Kumar
The DART mission (Double Asteroid Redirection Test) determined that new planetary spacecraft technologies have the capacity to deflect Earth-bound asteroids.
By Tamiyyah Shafiq
In a shocking move, Principal Seung Yu introduces Period 11 Detention in an attempt to revolutionize academic discipline at Stuyvesant High School
By Sofia Hernandez
“One learns to live moment by moment, merely trying to survive another day,” is what Holocaust survivor Helena Weinrauch wrote in her 1945 memoir A Will To Live. Her story of persistence and resistance is now being told through a one-woman show at the Chain Theatre.
By Phoebe Buckwalter
Stand-up comedian Taylor Tomlinson took Radio City by storm on September 9, reflecting on her dream career, crippling anxiety, daddy issues, and the millennial dating life in a shockingly introspective and laugh-out-loud hilarious show.
By Kevin Chan, Abigail Cho
The new leaders of the 2023-2024 Student Union express different ambitions for this school year.
By Prapti Biswas, Anna Zheng
A number of Stuyvesant students placed in this year’s National History Day competition.
By Duncan Park
Saudi Arabia has been making headlines in the sports world, using its endless funds to buy its way into power.
By Fiona 'Eve' Lin, Munem Tajwar