By The Editorial Board
What do the freshmen and seniors think about college?
Issue 8, Volume 112
By Maya Nelson, Anisha Singhal, Kenisha Mahajan, Alyssa Choi
Stuyvesant students create echo chambers of misinformation about the college process. We’ve broken down four of the most common Stuyvesant college myths.
By Karen Zhang, Morris Raskin
An introduction to The Spectator's College Issue from the Editors-in-Chief.
By Francesca Nemati, Sasha Socolow, Dexter Wells, Kelly Yip, Afra Mahmud
Through interviews with various teachers and alumni, The Spectator evaluates the necessity of attending an Ivy League college.
By Logan Ruzzier, Shafiul Haque, David Chen, Jared Moser, Adrianna Peng
How do Stuyvesant’s college admissions and enrollment numbers compare with other colleges across the country?
By Jonathan Schneiderman
Stuyvesant alumni and Harvard first-year Jonathan Schneiderman provides some advice for students going through the dreaded college process.
By Raymond Yang, Krish Gupta, Momoca Mairaj
Stuyvesant parents from various grades share their insights about their experiences and expectations for their kids regarding the college application process.
By Unknown User, The Features Department
As seniors apply to colleges this fall, three reflect on their journey so far.
By Clara Shapiro
One college essay that worked.
By Shafiul Haque, Aaron Visser, Jenny Liu
We all know the Ivy-or-bust culture is toxic. So why does it still exist?