By Adeline Sauberli, Elaine Huan
At Stuyvesant, summer often doesn’t feel like summer. How can students reclaim that sense of youthful, sun-soaked bliss?
Issue 1, Volume 114
By The Features Department
Students suggest classes (academic or otherwise) that they wish Stuyvesant offered.
An analysis of the summer 2023 survey results, including goals, productivity, recreation, and memories.
By Juni Park, Grace Jung, Abigail Jin
For many students, summer break hasn’t exactly been a break from school.
Art/Photo Request: photo of classroom w/ students during summer school
By Sophie Zhou, Ayesha Talukder
Exploring the advantages and pitfalls of writing the Common Application personal statement about traumatic experiences.
By Leah Riegel
Stuyvesant students kept themselves busy this summer, filling their time with passion projects, hobbies, and innovations, but what is the motivation behind their productivity, and what gives their projects value?
Summer Lovin’: Stuy Students’ Plans for the Upcoming Months
Issue 17, Volume 113
By Vanessa Chen
A glimpse into the preparations, aspirations, and reactions that make up the DREAM program.
By Ankita Saha, Sabrina Li, Sophie Zhou
There has been a surge in tech layoffs over the past few years. How has this trend affected Stuyvesant students' ambitions in pursuing careers in computer science?
By Hifza Kaleem, Ayesha Talukder
A deeper dive into the removal of girls-only swim gym and its effect on female Muslim students.
Issue 16, Volume 113
By Cathleen Xi, Ada Gordon
Some teachers prevent or discourage students from using the bathroom during class, defending their methods as a way to help students learn, but these policies can hurt students, both physically and psychologically.
In honor of Mother’s Day, Stuyvesant students shout-out the important women in their lives and describe how they celebrate them.
By Suyeon Ryu
The word “assimilated” isn’t an insult to me, but rather a reminder of the conscious choice I made to embrace American values.
By Hifza Kaleem, Seth Fenton, Rhea Malhotra
Discussing the stressful process of AP course selections and how students navigate it.
By Adeline Sauberli, Leah Riegel
Stuyvesant students consume extra credit like it’s candy, but is there a downside to the sugar high?
By Juni Park
Juniors recount on their experiences studying for the APUSH exam, administered at an earlier date than expected due to a College Board mixup.
Issue 15, Volume 113
By Millie Bell
While the competitiveness of the college admissions process pushes some to their academic and extracurricular limits, others are discouraged by the prospect of wasting so much time and effort on a goal that can often seem far from feasible.
By Seth Fenton
A wide variety of novels in the Stuyvesant English curriculum are banned in schools across the nation; this article compiles opinions surrounding some key works of literature in the ongoing national debate.
By Grace Jung
Stuyvesant students are notorious for their caffeine addiction, but where does this problem stem from?
By Andrew Oh
Where has sneaker culture planted its feet in Stuyvesant’s student body?
By Eliza Oppenheimer, Theo Sassano
Physical education teacher and coach Jenna Freytag shares how her unique athletic background has shaped her approach to teaching.
Facebook’s new lawsuit revealed that private data was stolen from users, Stuyvesant students included. Will the Stuyvesant community be able to fix their overdependence on Facebook, or will they sacrifice their security for their academic and social lives?
By Ankita Saha
Student perspectives on mandated AP Precalculus starting in the fall of 2023.
By Cathleen Xi
An analysis of how Peter Stuyvesant’s legacy impacts our school today and how problematic historical figures shape New York City’s cultural and physical landscapes.
By Cathleen Xi, Johnny Lin, Seth Fenton
A profile of Mr. McClellan, and how his variety of careers has influenced the lessons he passes on to his students.
By Gulam Monawarah, Duncan Park
Meet Milton Fechter (’38), a 101-year-old Stuyvesant alumnus!
Issue 14, Volume 113
By Johnny Lin, Brandon Kim
The controversial app Temu has garnered attention across the Stuyvesant student body. Students were asked about their experience with the app, and their thoughts about its implications.
Issue 13, Volume 113
The SAT will be conducted online starting in the fall of 2023; what might that mean for students?
By Vanessa Chen, Abigail Jin, Samaria Noel
AP African American Studies, a new and controversial course, will be offered at Stuyvesant starting this fall.
A deeper-dive into the removal of girls-only swim gym and its effect on female Muslim students.
English teacher Minkyu Kim on lessons from his past and his hopes for the future.
By Sophie Zhou, Rhea Malhotra, Daniella Solomon
Lack of access to locker rooms negatively impacts the daily lives of student-athletes and seniors.
By Julia Chernobelsky
Playing the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Philadelphia 76ers, the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets look toward the playoffs, each presented with difficult matchups and significant challenges to overcome.
By Andrew Oh, Sabrina Li, Ada Gordon
Teachers often have to walk the line between discussing current events in the classroom and remaining apolitical. But in our current political climate, is this even possible?
An inside look at the manifestations of toxic masculinity in the life of a Stuyvesant student.
By Theo Sassano, Ankita Saha, Ada Gordon
Stuyvesant students often have incredibly high expectations placed on them, especially regarding college; this can have negative impacts on their mental and physical health.
By Hifza Kaleem
Examining how Stuyvesant’s Muslim students balance religious obligations with academics and extracurriculars during Ramadan.
Issue 12, Volume 113
What single item in a Stuyvesant student’s backpack (excluding phone, keys, wallet, and laptop) would they choose to bring to school if the rest of its contents were off-limits?
By Hifza Kaleem, Ankita Saha, Rhea Malhotra
A look at students’ eating habits as they balance their personal lives with heavy workloads and immense stress.
Issue 11, Volume 113
By Cathleen Xi, Sophie Zhou
The path to becoming a doctor has the potential to be incredibly rewarding, but with the obstacles and grueling work along the way, it is important to analyze your motivations for pursuing a career in medicine before dedicating your life to it.
By Ada Gordon, Daniella Solomon
An investigation into the English department room’s new policy of only allowing three students at a time.
Insight on the trials and tribulations of various crews throughout SING!