Arts and Entertainment
By Tessa Kolovarsky, Munem Tajwar
In the age of the internet, how much power does social media yield over Hollywood?
Issue 16, Volume 113
By Simone Raleigh
A thinkpiece of how Disney and its representation of various cultures and issues have developed.
Issue 16, Volume 112
By Lucien Clough
The problem comes down to two things: users not having anywhere to go, and Spotify attempting to distance themselves from the misinformation on Rogan’s podcast while actively promoting and profiting from it.
Issue 11, Volume 112
By Javed Jokhai
Javed Jokhai spends a dreary day in New York marveling at Kehinde Wiley’s first public art installation, a statue serving up commentary on our current...
Issue 5, Volume 110
By Brian Zhang
To examine the reasoning behind stationery popularity and imagine it within the scope of Stuyvesant and beyond.
Issue 2, Volume 110
By Syeda Maliha
Netflix’s crime documentaries are making ordinary people think they’re detectives.
Issue 16, Volume 109
By Bill Ni
The MCU’s movies and large range of heroes and villains have launched their movies to the next level, encouraging us to cheer during the runtime and changing what going to the theater entails.
By Eliana Kavouriadis
A thinkpiece on a controversial practice in mainstream media and how it has evolved overtime.
Issue 3, Volume 108
By Tessa Kolovarsky, Vita Kirschtein
Viral makeup trends and how they attack girls’ self-image during emotional times.
Issue 8, Volume 113
By Munem Tajwar
With the increasingly large amount of incomprehensible castings of high-profile actors in voice roles, why are voice actors getting replaced?
By Brandon Phillips
Despite rules and regulations being put in place, airports manage to harass musicians and injure their instruments.
Issue 6, Volume 113
By Luca Adeishvili
A look into what attributes make up a good concept album framed through the reviews of multiple successful concept albums.
Issue 15, Volume 112
Issue 13, Volume 112
By Elma Rahman
A thinkpiece on the influence beauty gurus have on our culture and younger generations in particular.
Issue 2, Volume 108
After being emotionally moved by the Global Climate Strike, writer Javed Jokhai recalls his experience at the strike in this call to action for climate...
Issue 110, Volume 3
By Phoebe Buckwalter
If you’re looking to perfect your studying routine, try these nutritious foods and stimulating music genres to give your brain the boost it needs.
Issue 10, Volume 112
By Christina Pan
An investigation of Stuyvesant’s most enigmatic mystery: Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Issue 15, Volume 110
By Andrew Ng, Jacqueline Thom
Art is an enriching experience, but what has technology done to change our views and use of it?
Issue 12, Volume 108
By Andrew Ng
Contemporary efforts have increasingly been trying to promote diversity in theater audiences. Yet, the racial and socioeconomic rift in theater is still a jarring prospect.
Issue 9, Volume 108