By Maddy Andersen, Erin Lee
Two rising sophomores give friendly advice to incoming freshmen.
Issue 12, Volume 108
By Stiven Peter
To be more effective in ending Racism, White people need to admit their indirect responsibility for perpetuating racism and BLM should organize to reform racist institutions and raise awareness.
By Angela Wong
With metal detectors in school entrances, violence can stay out of the classroom.
By Brian Moses
The growing rift in the Democratic Party threatens its chances of retaking power and effecting change in government.
By Darius Jankauskas
Low diversity at Stuyvesant reflects overall racial inequality in NYC education.
Arts and Entertainment
By Matteo Wong
By Jevina Wong
By Tony Moh
A fake medical diagnosis on the symptoms of acute post-SING depression, partially based on the actual WebMD diagnosis for depression.
By Mai Rachlevsky, Chloe Doumar
On Monday, March 19 and Friday, March 23, Stuyvesant held its third annual International Women’s Day Run to celebrate female empowerment and wellness.
By Zoe Oppenheimer, Rachel Ok, Talia Kahan
A mix of perspectives on the new freshman health class.
By Bryan Monge Serrano
This piece discusses the harms that come from the repeal of TPS and why it is a rash decision.
By Eliza Spinna
U.S. involvement in the Korean peninsula hinders the execution of South Korean President Moon Jae-in’s plan of sunshine diplomacy.
America’s infrastructure is falling apart.
By Artem Ilyanok
Salty juniors talk Soph-Frosh win.
By Daniel Knopf
Colleges Send Unlikely Letters To Students They Hate
A list of warning calls for different teachers
By Jonela Malollari
By Jacqueline Thom
Stephen Hawking is smarter than you’ll ever be.
By Andrew Ng, Jacqueline Thom
Art is an enriching experience, but what has technology done to change our views and use of it?