Stuyvesant alum Ethan Sacks uses his storytelling and artistic skills to fuel his fight for change, cultivating comics that ignite both emotion and action.
Issue 6, Volume 114
A summary of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and how it informs the Israel-Hamas war.
Issue 4, Volume 114
The Stuyvesant Jewish community has dealt with an overwhelming wave of antisemitism following the October 7 attacks on Israel, so collective action must be taken to ensure Stuyvesant returns to the safe space it once was.
On September 17th, approximately 20 Stuyvesant students alongside 75,000 other protestors marched in Midtown Manhattan demanding that the United States end fossil fuel production and reduce fossil fuel reliance.
Issue 3, Volume 114
Most lifters aren’t lifting with enough intensity to maximize hypertrophy, which is slowing down their muscle gain.
After a study was published claiming to have discovered a room-temperature normal pressure superconductor, scientists raced to test the “discovery” but found the material didn’t live up to these Nobel-prize-winning expectations.
Issue 1, Volume 114
Congestion pricing aims to require drivers to pay for the negative externalities and costs of their driving instead of having residents pay for them.
Starting on June 6, thick smoke from the wildfires burning in Canada began to envelop New York City and the North East, resulting in the closing of New York City schools on June 9.
Issue 17, Volume 113
Stuyvesant recruited athletes and recruit-hopefuls reflect on their recruitment processes.
For more than five decades, computing power has doubled every two years, but as of recently, companies are prioritizing short term profits over innovation.
The United States has a terribly mismanaged and mostly privatized rail network, but a solution would be to nationalize it.
Issue 14, Volume 113
A senior director at ExxonMobil discusses how his new purchase, a Tesla, will be the saving grace for all global issues.
Issue 13, Volume 113
Stuyvesant students marched to Foley Square with Fridays for Future New York City (FFFNYC) on March 3 to address the climate crisis.
Issue 12, Volume 113
Members of The Spectator’s Editorial Board went to Albany to advocate for the Student Journalist Free Speech Act.
It’s time for America to fix the loud and dirty mistakes of its past and invest in cities, with national infrastructure as its priority, not cars.
Stuyvesant hosted the annual Black History Month dinner on February 9.
Issue 11, Volume 113