Sakura Yamanaka (sakura-yamanaka)firstname.lastname@example.org
Sakura Yamanaka ('23) is News writer. Her favorite topics to write about include events in the Stuyvesant community and the impact of them on students. In her free time, she loves to figure skate and explore new coffee shops.
Investigating Stuyvesant’s Representation of Black History Month
In honor of Black History Month, the Stuyvesant administration made efforts to educate students on Black history and shared resources, activities, and events with the school community.
Student Union Mid-Year Check-In
Presidents of the Student Union and each respective caucus share their insights on goals they achieved and obstacles they faced in the fall semester as well as hopes they have for the spring semester.
Meet the 2022 SING! Coordinators
Hear from this year’s SING! coordinators to learn more about themselves and their goals and expectations for what’s to come for the highly anticipated annual schoolwide musical production.
Stuyvesant’s Homework Policy Three Months Later
After concerns about Stuyvesant’s workload were brought to light during virtual learning, the administration passed a new homework policy for the 2021-2022 school year.
Stuyvesant Partners with Organizations for Mental Health
The Stuyvesant Counseling Department, School Leadership Team, and School Security Team have made progress regarding the mental health infrastructure for Stuyvesant students after the transition to in-person learning.
Stuyvesant Responds to Slavers of NY Campaign
Students and teachers respond to Stuyvesant’s reputation of being named after Peter Stuyvesant, a slave owner, as highlighted by sticker campaign and education initiative Slavers of New York.
Dr. Greenwald Leads the Ellington Project
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, history teacher Dr. Lisa Greenwald has helped her community by leading the Ellington Project, centered around donating to those in need.
DOE Implements New Policy for Opting Into Blended Learning
Chancellor of the New York City Department of Education Richard Carranza announced that the period from November 2 to 15 would be the only opportunity for families to opt into blended learning for the 2020 to 2021 school year.