By Darius Jankauskas
Facebook’s increasing influence in our lives creates the potential for disaster.
Issue 13, Volume 108
By Caroline Magoc, Diego Vasquez
Stuyvesant to host the Songwriting Hall of Fame on Tuesday, May 22, to provide aspiring songwriters the opportunity to have their works reviewed by those established in the industry.
By Alexander Annenberg
An analysis of how Conor Lamb secured his House seat and how the Democratic Party can learn from where he succeeded
By William Huang, Abdulla Elkhadrawy
Juul use declines sharply during AP season.
By Ethan Weisberg, Samuel Stamler
While the Renegades won their first two games by mercy rule in the fourth inning due to phenomenal pitching and strong offense, their real test will be their upcoming games this week and how they will be able to get over the hurdle of losing junior Julianna Fabrizio for the next two to three weeks.
By Jenny Huang
False news conspiracies directed at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school activists are insensitive and undermine a great movement calling for a stop to gun violence.
By The Editorial Board
By Alan Wang, Ansh Sharma
By Angela Wong
Saying that water is wet is confusing the definition of “wet” itself.
By Jooahn Sur, Franklin Liou
After an offseason that saw many teams improving drastically, this upcoming baseball season will be one of the most exciting yet.
By Laura Ilioaei
The main character of your fave 2017 tall tale returns with something even more outrageous.
The power of art encourages athleticism at a school normally not preoccupied with its athletics.
By Oliver Ripps
By Elias Ferguson
This fast start marks an excellent beginning to this season as girls badminton seeks to replicate the form of last season.
Arts and Entertainment
By Julia Panas
The focus of this article is to inspire readers to wear statement pieces and provide tips on how to do it.
By Chelsea Cheung
By Emma Donnelly
A group of Stuyvesant seniors had their artwork showcased at the Pratt Institute from February 14 to April 18.
By Emma Linderman
A look at four films, and how they earned their cult status.
By Dimitriy Leksanov
With the starting lineup in flux and numerous juniors looking to seize starting roles, role flexibility and personal improvement will be key to the Peglegs’ success.
By Erin Lee
Japanese street artist Shiro painted vibrant, yet controversial murals at Stuyvesant High School during Presidents’ Week. She returned the next week to celebrate the establishment of her works of art with Japanese-learning students and school administrators.
By Rohan Ahammed
Stuyvesant students and faculty can contribute to the fight against climate change and other environmental issues, one paper at a time.
By Mia Gindis
The faces of these movements, especially those with celebrity status, should work to further their initial intents and make sure they operate on inclusive principles.
By Jacqueline Thom
All the best new games coming to a store near you!
Breaking barriers and diminishing stigma of mental illness among Asian Americans.
By Ahmed Hussein, Sunan Tajwar
March Madness is over. Here’s what went down.
By Jiahe Wang
Icelandic experimental electronica band múm performs a magical show at Carnegie Hall.
By Franklin Liou, Jooahn Sur
Despite past seasons’ disappointments, the Stuyvesant Varsity Coed Stunt team looks to end their playoff drought this year.
By Julian Giordano
The NRA is a lobbying group for gun manufacturers and has no place in the gun control debate.
By Allison Eng
Encouraged by their performance last season, the Stuyvesant Beasts are well on their way to making PSAL history.
By Beaux Watwood
By Jennifer Liu, Farah Alam, Shan Ara
By Angelique Charles-Davis
By Talia Kahan, Zoe Oppenheimer
A variety of opinions from students, teachers, and administrators about the Pledge of Allegiance.
By William Lohier
Interview of Liam Kronman
By Ariel Melendez
Ronaldo is good, but Messi is better than him in almost every way.
Water is wet.
By Thibaud Roy, Amara Shein
When we think of tattoos, we think of big guys on big bikes. However, here at Stuyvesant, many of our faculty and staff have some ink themselves.
By Victor Kuang
A brief guide on everything you need to know about The Spectator.
By Jeremy Rubin
The implementation of a pitch clock in the MLB is inevitable, which is bad news for pitchers.