By Amanda Peng, Zoe Davis, Zoe Oppenheimer, Tasfia Rahman, Claire Tempelman, Laura Ilioaei
Covering the new and interesting elective options that are being offered for the 2017-2018 autumn and spring semesters.
Issue 8, Volume 108
By Artem Ilyanok
Republicans need to learn to understand the struggles faced by younger American generations and show that they have the answers.
By Darius Jankauskas
By Stiven Peter
By The Opinions Department
By Joshua Weiner
The Trump administration’s shift to coal is dangerous both to public health and the environment, not to mention bad for the country economically
By Laura Ilioaei
Punny (and sometimes sardonic) horoscopes.
By Kerwin Chen
The Humor editors are surprised after finding out that their department writers are actually signing up to write.
By Tony Moh
After a series of unfortunate events, the pool froze over, inciting mixed reactions from teachers and students.
By Benedict Ho
By William Huang
Fascist SU invades other schools and enslaves their students for the service of the Stuyvesant student body.
By Victor Kuang
By Sasha Spajic, Nusheen Ghaemi
By Mia Gindis
Sanctuary cities are an outdated way of combating America’s immigration policy, and sensible restrictions must be placed regarding their unwillingness to cooperate with the federal law.
Arts and Entertainment
By Jacqueline Thom
“The Last Jedi” has been met with such resounding success thanks to its wider-reaching emotional depth and modern viewpoints.
By Chris Brown, Ziyun Zhang
One of Santa’s beloved reindeer was found in a lab room and the students were absolutely shaken, proceeding to come up with a ridiculous but somehow plausible conspiracy theory.
By Emma Linderman
A review of “The Greatest Showman”
By Dimitriy Leksanov
After a slow, 5-5 start, junior Talia Kirshenbaum’s rebounding presence could be what it takes to push the Phoenix back into contention.
By Grace Goldstein
Review of the STC winter drama <i>All My Sons</i>.
By Lily Yan
“Thor: Ragnarok” is blessed with a phenomenal cast and eye-catching action scenes and cinematography, but it's quality is hindered by its inability to uphold a serious tone.
By Kevin Mitchell
The process behind creating the NFL schedule is very complicated and requires a lot of math, science, and human input.
By Ariel Melendez
By Ariel Glazman
Briefly discussing the Pirates’ successes and shortcoming in recent years while focusing on key areas that affect their chances at another championship run.
By Lumi Westerlund
By Susan Lin
After a hard loss to Millennium High School, the Peglegs are looking to bounce back with a win against Tottenville High School.
By Yukai Liu
The Greyducks hope to reach their top form going into the second half of the season.
By The Editorial Board
In an interview with The Spectator last spring, Student Union (SU) President Tahseen Chowdhury said, “Every SU in the past and every platform that you’ve...
By Franklin Liou, Allison Eng
Though the Stuyvesant Boys’ Table Tennis team, the Titans, was dealt their first loss in 5 years, ending their 60+ game win streak, they still hope to win their fifth consecutive title in Coach Feigenbaum’s last year.