Kathleen Zhang, a current senior, was named as one of 300 scholars for her project in the Regeneron Science Talent Search.
Issue 11, Volume 113
A ribbon cutting ceremony for the Lin Brothers Robotics Lab was held on December 8 to recognize its opening.
Issue 8, Volume 113
Stuyvesant’s Speech and Debate (S&D) team kicks off the new school year with a return to in-person tournaments.
Issue 4, Volume 113
Bubble tea chain Chun Yang Tea opens a new location near Stuyvesant.
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Stuyvesant’s team places third at the New York Science Olympiad State Championships.
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Stuyvesant musicians put their skills on display at the chamber and solo concert hosted by the Stuyvesant Music Association.
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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.
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Senior Oscar Fishman walked Louis Vuitton’s “Virgil Was Here” show, commemorating the death of designer Virgil Abloh on November 28.
Issue 8, Volume 112
Stuyvesant’s FIRST Robotics Challenge team, StuyPulse 694, won first place at the RoboRama competition last week, despite COVID-19 postponing many matches and other challenges.
Issue 6, Volume 112
The Lafayette Escadrille, which features social studies teacher David Hanna, will soon be airing nationwide and in France.
Issue 5, Volume 112
The SU hosted its annual Clubs & Pubs Fair in-person.
Issue 3, Volume 112
The Stuyvesant Environmental Club plans to introduce hydroponic gardens at Stuyvesant as part of their new Garden to Cafeteria initiative.
Issue 2, Volume 112
With the 2021-2022 school year approaching, Stuyvesant prepares its reopening on September 13 through various changes and measures to ensure the health and safety of students and staff.
Issue 1, Volume 112
Biology teacher Dr. Jeffery Horenstein invites Innocence Project exoneree Huwe Burton to speak to the students in his Forensic Science class in addition to the Stuyvesant community about his wrongful conviction.
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In light of COVID-19, Stuyvesant’s math team hosted their Downtown Math Invitational competition virtually this year.
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Despite remote learning amidst the pandemic, the Student Union is producing weekly virtual broadcasts to maintain the Stuyvesant tradition.
Issue 6, Volume 111
Stuyvesant hosted the annual Summer Discovery Program virtually this year, with over 150 students participating.
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Seniors Allen Wang and Sara Stebbins, along with the SU’s External Affairs department, organized a second Tiny Desk Concert via livestream.
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