By Subyeta Chowdhury
Stuyvesant MSA continued its ten year legacy of placing among the top two with its second-place win at MIST regionals this year.
Issue 15, Volume 109
By Katie Ng, Stephy Chen
The Sophomore Caucus hosted a lecture on music therapy featuring Tom Biglin (‘85), a licensed creative arts therapist and board-certified music therapist.
By Jessica Jiang, Karen Zhang, James Lee
History teacher David Hanna will be teaching two new electives, one on the Middle Ages and the other on the Spanish Civil War, next school year.
By Christine Chang
Stuyvesant teachers who had been Stuyvesant students share their experiences.
By Yasmine Chokrane
A profile of some of Stuyvesant’s student scientists.
By Amanda Yagerman
Biology teacher Dr. Jeffrey Horenstein loves science and teaches AT Biology and Forensics at Stuyvesant, but he also has had a lifelong passion for theater.
By Arpita Saha, Aflaha Fateha
A profile of English teacher Katherine Fletcher.
By Jenny Huang
ICE and CBP detention centers criminalize and neglect their detainees, and there must be more transparency in the immigration process.
By Claire Shin
The Boeing crashes of March and October of last year demonstrate the scope of corporate greed in America.
By Alexander Annenberg
An adept politician knows which of their opponent’s flaws to present and which to ignore so as to convey a powerful message without overwhelming voters.
By Rohit Roy
Senator Elizabeth Warren’s proposal to offer affordable childcare to all Americans relies on fraudulent accounting to create the impression that her plan is fiscally sound when it isn’t.
By Anna Lu
Tensions run high in the discussion about higher education and the brazen inequalities of who gets it and who doesn’t.
By The Editorial Board
By Aaron Visser
America’s War on Drugs is a fruitless, outdated endeavor. Look to Europe for a better strategy
Affirmative action as it stands today is an ineffective way of balancing merit and diversity, and considering class is a far superior tactic.
Arts and Entertainment
By Agatha Edwards
Cool events in June at which you can have fun, destress after APs, or take a break from studying for finals.
By Chrisabella Javier
Spec is corrupt, is this really a surprise?
By Oliver Stewart, Victor Kuang
Shocking Transcript of Attempted Kidnapping of Mr. Contreras.
By Ian Lau, Katie Ng, Stephy Chen
By Anta Noor
The aftermath of 9/11 on former Stuyvesant students.
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
A&E may be the most fun department, but that doesn’t mean our writers don’t get sad every now and then. This issue, we asked some...
Who is the greatest hip-hop artist of all time?
By Erin Lee, Maddy Andersen, Jakob Gorisek-Gazze, Neil Sarkar
The Spectator looks at the progress that the SU and the caucuses have made compared to their campaign promises.
By Jonathan Xu
By Angelique Charles-Davis
By Helena Williams
By Jasmine Wang
By Oliver Stewart
Vive la France! Vive la centre!
By Victor Kuang
I answer the age-old question: “What is libel and slander?”
This issue’s most readable article.
By Jacqueline Thom
Arts & Entertainment editor Jacqueline Thom reviews the implementation of Stuy’s latest cultural project, the Shy Staring Table.
By Aki Yamaguchi
Kevin Mitchell and Scott Abramowitz are the senior captains of Stuyvesant’s boys’ volleyball team, the Beasts. The Beasts...
By Sam Levine, Owen Potter
Reviews of some of the biggest surprises and letdowns of the MLB season.
By Eric Kim
Tiger Woods will continue to break new records in the future. And with Woods back in the pack, the golf world just got a little more interesting.
By Matt Melucci, Lewis Woloch
With the 2019 NBA Playoffs underway, here are our predictions of how it will go down.
By Benjamin Hamel
A breakdown of the top prospects entering the 2019 NBA Draft
By Ethan Kirschner
The girls proved their resilience once again with an emphatic defeat of Hunter College High School by 10-5, improving the team’s record to 4-2 in league play.
By Theo Kubovy-Weiss
Billie Eilish has undergone a drastic transformation in the past year, while remaining true to her character.
By Lewis Woloch
The Korean food truck is an enigma: a unique, fast, and delicious lunch option far removed from the McDonalds, Subways, and Starbucks of the area.