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Isabel Ching (‘22) is a Features and Opinions writer. She enjoys writing personal articles, covering politics, and talking to the student body about their lives. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, skiing, and most importantly, writing!
With dwindling staff numbers, funding that has been stretched far too thin, and an ever-increasing need for well-maintained and usable parks, the NYCDPR has been scrambling to find a solution to ensure that New Yorkers are able to experience the outdoors, even during a pandemic.
The announcement, though expected considering the social distancing safety regulations the city and state have enacted, comes to the dismay of Stuyvesant student athletes, for whom the sports season serves as a powerful antidote to the stress and pressures of the school environment.
In a time of such heated racial tension and the looming threat of a possible recession, Baby Bonds would give American children of lower socioeconomic status a huge financial boost and attempt to provide them with the same opportunities afforded to their more affluent peers.