By The Editorial Board
Welcome to The Spectator’s First Annual Hunger Games.
Issue 13, Volume 111
Issue 12, Volume 110
By Veronika Kowalski
An exasperated teacher explains what those report card messages really mean.
By David Nachman
Cringe-worthy confessions from a stubborn admirer.
By Logan Ruzzier
I describe the experience of first receiving a college undergraduate program admissions email and then rant about it.
By Asa Muhammad
Officials at Stuyvesant High School currently under fire for possession of “ludicrous” amounts of child pornography.
By Jakob Gorisek-Gazze, Neil Sarkar
Jupioca faces controversy after Kung Fu Tea’s closing.
Issue 14, Volume 109
By Chrisabella Javier
This is CHILD ABUSE.
By Jonathan Schneiderman
The NRA has dominated the child-killing scene for almost a decade. Now anti-vaxxers want to unseat it.
By Tony Moh
A fake medical diagnosis on the symptoms of acute post-SING depression, partially based on the actual WebMD diagnosis for depression.
Issue 12, Volume 108
By Artem Ilyanok
Salty juniors talk Soph-Frosh win.
By Daniel Knopf
Colleges Send Unlikely Letters To Students They Hate
A list of warning calls for different teachers
By Jonela Malollari
By Michael Espinosa
Issue 12, Volume 107
By Seth Fenton
We know the SAT can be incredibly stressful, but luckily, The Spectator Humor Department is here to help.
Issue 13, Volume 113
The future is looking bright for the 2020 - 2021 Spectator Editorial Board! Here are the editors 20 years into the future.
By Kelly Yip, Aaron Wang, Karen Zhang
Principal Seung Yu sent out an email announcing that SING! shall be renamed to SEUNG! and shares his plans for the upcoming event. Exciting!
Once schools closed, we reminisced about the beloved objects that we tragically left in our lockers. Through a collection of love letters, we hope to rekindle the strong and blazing passion that was once there.
Get rid of all the tall people.
By Jordan Barakat
Just a totally normal thank you from Stuy to Contreras.
By Oliver Stewart
Pending further developments, the JProm party boat has been quarantined on the Hudson River.
By Matthew Bark, Emily Chen
“Yo, I don’t know what God put in the water on New Year’s, [coughing] but de Bruhsio just made it worse.” —Violet, also a Revolutionary
By Veronika Kowalski, Helena Williams
Scared of the coronavirus outbreak? WikiHow’s got you covered.
By Max Onderdonk
By Kerwin Chen
Stuyvesant changes escalator policy to support physical fitness.
By Tiffany Chen, Alexandra Wen
A fake programming guide.
By Karen Chen
Spectator covers the latest political Oscars sponsored and hosted by Putin & Company.
By Shaina Peters
By Jarett Lee
By Ray Jones
By Nishmi Abeyweera
Junior Daniel Ju was admitted to the Meme Rehabilitation Center on Saturday, April 1, after a meme overdose triggered by 29 hours of viewing memes...
By Shameek Rakshit
The News Department reveals what it is really like to write an article and what people actually mean to say.
By Kai Hin Lui
Donald Trump reviews the Constitution and the Bible (written in the format of a book review).
By Shray Tripathi, Chelsea Cheung
By Alexandra Wen, Marie Ivantechenko
Absurd requirements for a teacher recommendation.
By Michael Xu
By Daniel Knopf, Katie Wu
In order to prevent their parents from realizing what a disappointment they raised, students have developed several strategies to make sure their parents never even meet their teachers.
By Matteo Wong, Asher Lasday
By Gabrielle Umanova