By Julian Giordano
For New York to maintain a strong public transportation program into the future, it is important that the MTA makes itself more affordable for all New Yorkers and that it uses innovative strategies to modernize the system and meet the demands of a growing city.
Issue 3, Volume 109
By Misaal Tabassum, Annette Kim, Rachel Ok
The recent introduction of Talos as a new system for program changes at Stuyvesant has evoked a variety of responses from students and administrators.
By Lumi Westerlund, Max Mah
The Vixens beat their biggest rival in their first official PSAL match of the season.
By Lewis Woloch
Sam Darnold is the perfect example of the importance of developing quarterbacks in the NFL slowly and not immediately playing them.
By The Editorial Board
By Oliver Ripps
Wright deserves a full season of tribute nights like these, but regardless of him going hitless, Saturday seemed like the perfect ending to a long, rocky journey.
By Alwin Peng
Wrestling is NOT gay.
Arts and Entertainment
By Julia Panas
The purpose is to discuss items characteristic of fall style as well as current trends of the season.
By Yukai Liu
The Spartans, Stuyvesant’s boys’ varsity bowling team, are learning to work with a smaller and less experienced roster in hopes of another strong season.
By Yasmine Chokrane, Zoe Oppenheimer
By Sunan Tajwar
Canelo Alvarez controlled the narrative of the fight.
By Michael Dekhtyar
In its current state, Britain’s NHS is unsustainable and doomed to implode.
By Lucy Lu
A look at the adaptation of books into digital media, and how the integrity of the books may be affected by primarily focusing on the Handmaid’s Tale and 13 Reasons Why.
By Jane Zheng, Lai Wa Chu
Teacher profile on Ms. McAuliffe, the new Language AP
By Jonathan Schneiderman
Despite its cultural status, the central argument of Tolstoy’s masterpiece has been forgotten by history.
By Angelique Charles-Davis
By Tony Moh
By Jennifer Liu, Veronika Kowalski
Stuyvesant Robotics team members Jonathan Lu, Aleksandra Koroza, and Lili Boenigk discuss their team’s creativity and camaraderie on the Today Show and during competitions.
By Jenny Huang
Hypermasculinity and cultural appropriation in hip-hop have led to problematic objectification of women, stigmatization of the LGBTQ+ community, and fetishization of Asian culture.
By Erin Lee, George Shey, Nishmi Abeyweera, Maddy Andersen
Student Union President William Wang and Student Union Vice President Vishwaa Sofat assumed office last spring and have a number of initiatives planned for the...
By Rohit Roy
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez needs to go back and review the numerous mistakes she has made since her win in New York and rectify them in order to serve her constituents in the best way possible before it’s too late.
By Chrisabella Javier, Justin Lee
The solution to the long-lasting Stuyvesant Escalator Problem.
By Jacqueline Thom
With all the controversy and backlash surrounding the fact that Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie are not gay, it’s just another call for us to be supportive of the characters that do represent the LGBTQ+ community.
By Laura Ilioaei
A transcription from someone unamused by the barricaded escalators.
By Ahmed Hussein
The Champions League is full up great matchups this year. Here is how I think it will go down.
By Damian Wasilewicz, Kevin Chan
The Peglegs certainly don’t look complacent after their championship year and seemed geared to be even better this year.
By Grace Goldstein
A thinkpiece on the musical adaptation of Jagged Little Pill by Alanis Morissette.
By Saad Ghaffouli, Ruth Lee
Alumni brothers Edwin (’04) and Alfred Lin (’90) donated $1 million for a new robotics lab at Stuyvesant.
By Elena Hlamenko
Digital fashion models set an alarming precedent for the future of the fashion industry.
By Kaylee Yin
More than just fighting for better living conditions and more rights for the incarcerated, the 2018 National Prison Strike is fighting to reclaim their titles as humans.
By Oliver Stewart
A series of exclusive breaking news items regarding Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
By Jooahn Sur, Franklin Liou
Despite a 0-2 start to the season, the Mimbas have a lot of optimism as they hope to finish the season with a winning record.
By Kai Mandelbaum
This is the story of Stuyvesant High School, the Civil Rights Movement of the ’60s, basketball, and one Stuyvesant student—Charles Thomas Scott (’67).
By Aki Yamaguchi, Elias Ferguson
The Peglegs impressed against division rivals and defending champions Martin Luther King Jr. High School, losing a close match 2-1.
By Emma Linderman
By Lea Shvarts
“Steven Universe” shakes the industry with unparalleled representation and wholesome content.