By Chloe Hanson, Wen Shan Jiang
Issue 7, Volume 108
By Peter Tam, George Shey
By The Features Department
By Mia Gindis
Yet, the Democratic party—which claims to be firmly opposed to sexual assault—has had a totally underwhelming response.
By Ben Platt
Uzbekistan is a rare bright spot in a world that seems to be lurching towards right-wing authoritarianism.
By Michael Xu
By Victor Kuang, Tony Moh
A Stuyvesant sophomore decides to start a revolution and overthrows the entire school’s administration.
By Sanford Lu
By Ariel Melendez
By Jeremy Rubin
Aaron Boone’s hire as the next Yankees manager leaves more questions than answers about the team.
By Franklin Liou, Allison Eng
The Stuyvesant boys’ table tennis team, the Titans, are looking to capture their fourth straight title amid the loss of key players.
By Chloe Doumar, Erin Lee
Stuyvesant hosted a StuyHacks Local Hack Day on Saturday, December 2, where middle and high school students from around New York collaborated on various innovative coding projects
By Senjuti Gayen, Fawziyah Khan, Jennifer Liu
Before Dr. Greenwald was a teacher here at Stuy, she was a ballet student. In this article, she reflects on her experiences with ballet and how it has affected her life.
By Angela Wong
Stuyvesant, like any other high school, has a responsibility to address student harassment issues through a gender studies course.
By Maia Brydon
Democrats have always been against sexual assault, not because they want women’s votes, but because they truly support women.
By Aidan Griffin
By Jacqueline Thom
Fast food companies are trying to be more green, but they need to try harder to offset the mass environmental damage they have caused.
Arts and Entertainment
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
By Emily Xu
Ai Weiwei’s new public art exhibit “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors” is a response to the global refugee crisis and encourages the viewer to get involved instead of passively sitting on the sidelines.
By The Editorial Board
By Yae June Lee, Aryan Sharma
The Stuyvesant wrestling team showed a lot of potential in their season opener against Edward R. Murrow High School which took place on December 5th.
By Gabrielle Umanova
How does Kenneth Branagh’s new film adaptation of “Murder on the Orient Express” compare to Agatha Christie’s legendary novel?
By Renee Kim
Health class reaches record popularity at Stuyvesant, as revealed through a survey, and it’s because of health teacher Ms. Garber.
By Shruthi Venkata
Brandon Stanton’s “Humans of New York: The Series” Facebook show is beautiful, but relatively uninteresting—we could have expected more from filmed work.
By Dimitriy Leksanov
Under the leadership of seniors Shannon Lau and Delaney Demark, and behind a growing youth movement, the Phoenix look to go deep into the playoffs.
By Thomas Chen
“The Foreigner” disappoints with a convoluted story and a lack of Jackie Chan.
A review of “reputation” and an exploration of what it means for Taylor Swift as an artist.
By Susan Lin
By Noah Grenert
The Pirates have a strong roster and a new coach and are trying to accomplish what last year’s team did: go undefeated and become the City Champions.