By Erin Lee, Maddy Andersen
Principal Eric Contreras announced his decision to stay at Stuyvesant, turning down the position as Senior Executive Director of Curriculum, Construction, and Professional Learning for the NYC Department of Education.
Issue 2, Volume 109
By Maddy Andersen, Tina Zheng, Jamie Zeng
Principal Contreras and IA AP of Mathematics Eric Smith discuss the new change in math AP for the upcoming school year.
By Beaux Watwood, George Shey, Jane Rhee
By Carter Ley, Evelyn Ma
Francesca McAuliffe has replaced Dr. Ernest Oliveri as Stuyvesant’s Assistant Principal of the World Language Department.
By The Features Department
Summer Vacation Teacher Spread
By Zoe Davis, Senjuti Gayen, Talia Kahan, Susannah Ahn, Veronika Kowalski, Tashfia Hasan
An introduction of the new teachers at Stuyvesant.
By Talia Kahan
An update on the initiatives Principal Eric Contreras has already begun, and visions he has for Stuyvesant in the future.
By Julian Giordano
With the rise of “supertall” buildings from the Lower East to Long Island City comes the question of how NYC should adapt its zoning and land-use laws to maintain its integrity as a city of, for, and by the people.
By Claire Shin
Street harassment is far too widespread and dangerous for us to continue turning a blind eye to it.
By Michael Dekhtyar
The U.S.’s friendliness with Saudi Arabia insulates its regime from answering for its crimes in the war against Yemen.
By Elena Hlamenko
Vigilantism violates human rights, preys on the innocent, and fuels a corrupted judicial system.
I live with the family, but I have vowed to thwart parts of its agenda and its worst inclinations.
By Yasmine Chokrane, Katie Leton
Focusing in on the various commutes Stuyvesant students take from each borough of New York City.
By Ben Platt
Arts and Entertainment
By Emma Linderman
This fall, fashion is geared toward risk-takers, with both recycled and never-before-seen trends.
By Helena Williams
A sneaky junior ends up wrecking Talos.
By Victor Kuang
By Justin Lee, Ziyun Zhang
By Allison Eng
One of this year’s captains of the girls’ soccer team, Alexandra (Allie) Lennard talks about how she got into soccer, and what the Mimbas team environment is like.
By Jiahe Wang
You can find anything from Ippudo’s authentic hearty tonkotsu ramen to Mentoku’s spicy whip cream ramen in New York.
By Omar Ali, Yaru Luo
By Ariel Glazman, Jared Asch
Recapping the Lady Lobsters’ first meet of the new season as well as the current strengths and weaknesses of the team.
By Yae June Lee
The boys’ badminton team looks forward to their upcoming season despite having gaps left by graduated seniors.
By Kevin Chan, Damian Wasilewicz
Having regained the title of city champions last year, the girls’ swimming team confidently comes into season, fighting to hold on to their title.
By Lumi Westerlund
The Vixens practice early and hard in preparation for one of the most significant games of the seasons.
By Noah Grenert
With some practice under their belts early on, the Greyducks hope to have a successful season.
By Ansh Sharma, Alan Wang
Despite a huge loss to their team’s core lineup, the boys’ fencing team looks forward to a strong season and another undefeated regular season.
By Sunan Tajwar
The Greyducks, Stuyvesant’s girls’ cross country team, will rely on their work ethic, experience, and leadership to get their team over the finish line both literally and metaphorically.
By The Editorial Board
By Bernard Wang, Aryan Sharma
The Birdies, Stuyvesant’s girls’ varsity golf team, asserted their dominance in their season opener with a 4-0 win over Fort Hamilton High School on September 14.
By Andrew Ng
Florence + the Machine’s new album takes on a new tone—emotionally raw, vulnerable, and ultimately has a looming presence over listeners.