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.
Issue 16, Volume 113
By Anisha Singhal
My first time celebrating Christmas started with a dumpyard.
Issue 9, Volume 112
By Elicia Chau
Winter blues and seasonal depression have always been common, but it’s been increasingly severe over the past year.
Issue 8, Volume 112
By Clara Shapiro
How to stop thinking of an old crush
Issue 2, Volume 112
By Krista Proteasa
Humor writer Krista takes you through a day in the life of her blended experience.
Issue 13, Volume 111
By The Editorial Board
We sent out an anonymous form for students to share their thoughts about mental health, workload, or anything else regarding this past semester.
Issue 9, Volume 111
By Maya Dunayer
After years of not knowing where I stood on the political spectrum, the Save the Children Election Showdown allowed me to use my voice even though I can’t vote.
Issue 3, Volume 111
By Sasha Burshteyn
A journey through Fotografiska, New York City’s new photography museum.
Issue 8, Volume 110
By Shaniyah Coull
Before starting the Discovery Program (a six-week summer program that gave me the opportunity to attend Stuyvesant this year), I was skeptical about even being...
Issue 6, Volume 110
By Veronika Kowalski
The author has a realization while travelling abroad.
Issue 2, Volume 110
By Lewis Woloch
The Korean food truck is an enigma: a unique, fast, and delicious lunch option far removed from the McDonalds, Subways, and Starbucks of the area.
Issue 15, Volume 109
By Talia Kahan
My experience living in the Blue Ridge Mountains for two weeks.
Issue 12, Volume 109
By Sabrina Chen
I thought my name was pretty unique for an Asian girl. Then I met two other girls with the same name, and the rest was history.
Issue 6, Volume 112
How do I talk to classmates about applying to college?
Issue 3, Volume 112
Smiting, Hacking, Eviscerating, and Destroying one person’s problem
Issue 15, Volume 111
By Calista Lee
My thoughts on the recent rise of Asian American hate crimes and how it has affected me and my family.
Issue 14, Volume 111
“How do you deal with teachers that just DON’T seem to like you?”
By Zoe Buff
I quarantined for five days after traveling from New York to Munich, Germany. This is a personal narrative of my time in isolation, spent in a small apartment at the Internat (boarding school) I’ve been attending since last September.
Issue 12, Volume 111
By James Huang
Issue 5, Volume 108
By Thibaud Roy
By Samantha Adrianzen
By Debi Saha
Opera is ailing! Here is why it must be saved.
Issue 8, Volume 111
By Morris Raskin
A&E Editor Morris Raskin recounts his first—and only—day of blended learning.
By Chrisabella Javier
An exploration of a summer camp experience during a pandemic.
Issue 1, Volume 111
The editorial board reflects on the life during the Coronavirus pandemic
Issue 12, Volume 110
By Ben Weinstein
When I learned that I was going to Paris with my family during the summer, the first thing that came into my mind was one...
Issue 2, Volume 108
By William Lohier