By Jennifer Liu
Social studies teacher Dr. Greenwald released her new book “Daughters of 1968: Redefining French Feminism and the Women’s Liberation Movement.”
Issue 10, Volume 109
By Mitchell Leung
PDA is actually good for us—and not just for the ones getting some.
By Nicholas Martin, Rachel Ok
Students discuss whether Stuyvesant sports teams should be united under one mascot.
By Kaylee Yin
The confrontation between Catholic high school students and a Native American war veteran can teach us a lesson about how deceitful the media can be.
By Jonathan Xu
By Aaron Visser
The right to revolution works on a broad conceptual level, but it falls apart under close scrutiny.
By Kristin Cheng
An exploration of education secretary Betsy DeVos’s proposed campus sexual harassment policies—and how they protect schools, not students.
By Julian Giordano
Rather than promoting democratic values, social media is benefiting authoritarian politicians worldwide, and new laws are needed to combat it.
By Misaal Tabassum, Katie Ng, Ian Lau, Stephy Chen, Hanah Jun
Parents from Christa McAuliffe Intermediate School recently proposed a lawsuit against Mayor Bill de Blasio for discriminating against high-performing Asian Americans by expanding the Discovery Program.
By Anna Lu
Amazon’s new headquarters in Long Island City will further segregate an already divided student population.
By Jooahn Sur, Franklin Liou
The Spartans’ season came to a disappointing end, and they must make adjustments in order to succeed next year.
By Evelyn Ma, Subyeta Chowdhury, Chloe Terestchenko
As the fall semester came to a close, two teachers from the mathematics department, Mr. Gary Jaye, and Ms. Lisa Daniels, announced their departures from Stuyvesant High School.
By Theo Schiminovich, Tina Zheng
By The Features Department
This is what students have said about the use of JUUL products and related brands at Stuyvesant High School in the written portion of an anonymous survey.
By Veronika Kowalski
The JUUL brand, created by Stanford graduates James Monsees and Adam Bowen, has gained popularity among Stuyvesant students.
By Chrisabella Javier
Apparently it is not, in fact, summer break.
Arts and Entertainment
By Agatha Edwards
This article focuses on all of the different crews of StuySquad and how they performed.
By Kimya Firoozan
An article about the use of the words “oof” and “yikes” at Stuyvesant
By Julie Grandchamp-Desraux
“Sex Education” tackles adolescence in a brutal and honest way, making it one of the best shows on Netflix thus far.
By Anne Rhee
The job of Guatemala’s CNA is to establish regulations and standards to curb corruption and graft in the country’s adoption system.
By Rae Seong Jeong
Federal policies and regulations on blood donations are outdated, unscientific, and incredibly homophobic.
By Claire Shin
Juuling is a widespread, alarmingly important problem that can only be solved in one way: education.
By Yasmine Chokrane, Isabelle Sanderson
A review of different hot chocolate drinks from throughout Manhattan.
By Elena Hlamenko
Nearly 30 years after the tragedy in Rwanda, Burundi has taken the first steps on the same, violent path to genocide.
By Hugo Smith, Jiahe Wang, Nozima Nurullaeva
A review of some restaurants that participated in NYC Restaurant Week.
By Lucas Dingman, Bernard Wang, Owen Potter
Previewing and recapping the the biggest game of the year.
By Talia Kahan
Profile on Stuyvesant alum and judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, Judge Denny Chin.
By Christine Chang
The bottle cap mural serves as a reminder to Stuyvesant students to be environmentally friendly.
By Neil Sarkar, Nina Shin, Mahima Khan
The Biology Department is offering a new elective, Cancer Research, which will teach students the mechanisms of cancer and allow them to perform inquiry-based research.
By Benjamin Hamel, Ethan Kirschner
Stuyvesant’s Girls’ basketball team was eliminated from regular season first place after loss to Millennium High School.
By Maddy Andersen, Emma Donnelly, Subyeta Chowdhury
Stuyvesant temporarily closed its second-floor entrance due to maintenance on the Tribeca Bridge.
By Aki Yamaguchi
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
Though country music is becoming less prominent in an age dominated by pop and hip-hop, there is still a wide variety of songs from this...
By Kelly Yip, Aaron Wang
A guide to proper LIRR etiquette by The Spectator.
Out of a sample of 587 Stuyvesant students, 92 individuals reported having vaped within the past year. Juniors reported the highest rate of vaping, with...
By Yae June Lee, Waseq Ahmed
The boys’ basketball team falls to 0-10 in a blowout loss against East Harlem Pride High School.
By Isabel Leka, Matt Melucci
Despite a promising season, the Peglegs, Stuyvesant’s girls’ table tennis team, were unable to defeat Flushing Campus in the first round of the playoffs, ending their 2018 season prematurely.
By Aryan Sharma
Each of the teams, players, and storylines is taking shape, and the race for each of these awards is becoming more and more competitive. Here’s where things stand with the performances we have witnessed so far.
By Aki Yamaguchi, Elias Ferguson
As the Felines draw nearer to the end of the season, important events are bearing down on the team.
By The Editorial Board
By Rudolph Merlin
But if Carmelo Anthony wants to win a championship, he has to realize that it won’t be as the star of a franchise, but rather as a shotmaking reserve.