By Elena Hlamenko, Jamie Zeng, Peter Tam
The Stuyvesant Wellness Council holds its first meditation class, instructed by neuroscientist Dr. Param.
Issue 16, Volume 108
By Erin Lee, Rae Seong Jeong, Ruth Lee
The Junior Caucus hosted a Career Fair on Friday, May 18 in order to educate and expose students to careers and various fields of study.
By Misaal Tabassum, Kaylee Yin, Maddy Andersen
An upcoming HBO documentary about 9/11 aimed at kids features members of the Stuyvesant Community.
By Mai Rachlevsky, Diego Vasquez
The executive council of ARISTA for the 2018-2019 year was announced on April 30.
By Amanda Yagerman, Tasfia Rahman, Claire Tempelman
An interview with Dr. Richard Axel, a Stuyvesant alumnus and a Nobel Prize laureate.
By Thibaud Roy
A look into Apollo, an escalator tracking program created by Sophomore Caucus.
By Jane Zheng, Lai Wa Chu
Four Stuyvesant teachers recount their high school years through identifying with their students.
By Veronika Kowalski
Teacher profile on Mr. Tamosaitis
By Zoe Oppenheimer, Talia Kahan
A profile and history of StuyCubed, blocks that commemorate previous Stuyvesant graduating classes and historical landmarks.
By Anta Noor
By Jonathan Schneiderman
There is a serious shortage of scientific research into the effects of gun policy, and that seriously hinders almost any gun policy debate for all participants.
By Michael Dekhtyar
Numerous studies by policy research institutions—public and private—have consistently shown that widespread private gun ownership overwhelmingly deters crime, rather than encourages it.
By Yaru Luo
A look back at everything we’ve learned this school year and advice for the incoming class.
By Beaux Watwood
By Helena Williams, William Huang
Students must engage in even more ruthless competition for Ivy League colleges.
By Laura Ilioaei
The 10th floor pool isn’t the only pool where the surreal thrives.
By George Shey
Mayor Bill de Blasio announces plans to reform the SHSAT.
By Matylda Urbaniak, Tasfia Rahman
Kahoot! is used in many classrooms at Stuyvesant to help students review before exams and teachers understand their students’ grasp of the course material.
By Talia Kahan
A profile on the new Assistant Principal of Organization, Dr. Gary Haber.
By The Features Department
By Anne Rhee
Adopting such a method of understanding the word’s history rather than alienation or isolation of certain parts of language is inherently more helpful to the way we think.
By The Opinions Department
By Victor Kuang
Stuyvesant students end up ruining proms of various other schools.
True love might trump all, but that won’t stop people from poking fun at unusual circumstances.
By Nikki Daniels
By Chrisabella Javier
The Mad Titan Thanos offers some ways to improve the Stuyvesant Student Union.
By Oliver Stewart
Seniors consider what they might have done with the last four years and grapple with all the free time they have now.
By Alwin Peng
Varsity Peglegs win a game, but it’s against P.S. 89.
By Franklin Liou, Jooahn Sur
Stuyvesant’s coed stunt team makes the playoffs for the first time in history and looks to advance much deeper into the postseason for years to come.
By Sunan Tajwar, Ahmed Hussein
In the 64’, Gareth Bale gifted us with a moment of true magic with an acrobatic bicycle kick from the edge of the box from Marcelo’s cross that floated into the top left corner of the goal.
Meet Mr. Eric Wisotsky, the handball and table tennis coach.
By Allison Eng
Senior Frankie Michelli lets The Spectator in on a few facts about her 4-year long career as Stuyvesant’s softball pitcher.
By Lumi Westerlund, Lee-Ann Rushlow
The Peglegs lose in the second round of the playoffs and say goodbye to coach Di Wu.
By The Editorial Board
Arts and Entertainment
By Lucy Lu
Beyoncé’s performance at Coachella was visually stunning and has made way for diversity and appreciation for black culture in popular culture.
By Elias Ferguson
Coming in third after Hunter College High School and the Bronx High School of Science, the Eagles made it to the second round of the playoffs before losing to Tottenville.
By Aryan Sharma, Bernard Wang
This year, the Greyducks added one more first place finish to their collection on May 20, reclaiming consistency after a seemingly bumpy season.
By Samuel Stamler, Ethan Weisberg
The Renegades start playoffs strong and win big against Francis Lewis but fall short in the last game of their season against Fort Hamilton with their worst offensive performance of this season.
By Yae June Lee, Chris Kim
The Greyducks have enjoyed a great outdoor season with major wins in the Borough and City Championships.
By Ahmed Hussein
With a young and inexperienced team, the Tigers have struggled to find a system that works this season.
By Dimitriy Leksanov
After a first-round playoff loss to a powerhouse Staten Island team, the sun has set on the different, fascinating careers of numerous senior Peglegs.
By Gabrielle Umanova
After a long hiatus, Arctic Monkeys take their music in a brand new direction with “Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino.”