By Tina Zheng, Jamie Zeng, Diego Vasquez, Misaal Tabassum
Emma Wong and Cynthia Tan were elected Freshman Caucus co-presidents for the 2018-2019 school year.
Issue 5, Volume 109
By Annette Kim, Rachel Ok
By Veronika Kowalski
The Stuyvesant Theater Community hosted a panel of guests who had known the original director of their most recent musical, The Runaways, personally.
By Rachel Ok, Talia Kahan
By Amanda Yagerman, Veronika Kowalski
In his career in the field of psychology, Professor Michael Wesner has shared many successes, failures, and memories with his students and fellow researchers.
By Anna Lu
Women should not have to choose between putting food on the table and managing their period.
By Mia Gindis
The lack of palpable anti-semitism should not be mistaken with a lack of presence.
By Beaux Watwood
By Anne Rhee
Gendered language impacts the way we describe and think about one another even if it is unintentional at times.
By Jonathan Schneiderman
Donald Trump actively pushed the rhetoric that inspired both the shooting in Pittsburgh and the series of attempted assassinations against high-profile Democrats and journalists. In the wake of those attacks, he doesn’t seem to have any intention of stopping.
For books all about ending discrimination and being more inclusive, the Harry Potter series perpetuates harmful stereotypes and lacks diverse representation.
Arts and Entertainment
By Grace Goldstein
Review of STC’s production of “Runaways” and the Q&A that followed.
By Yasmine Chokrane
A reflection of cultural appropriation in the fashion industry throughout the years.
By Xi Lu
A look at where you can find mooncakes year-round and a taste test of the mooncakes from those bakeries.
By Ryan Kim, Rebecca Kim
The annual Día de los Muertos Celebration included decorations, exciting activities, and ultimately taught students about the culture and history of Spain.
By Julian Giordano
The terrorist from last year’s Halloween attack is on trial for the death penalty, but that shouldn’t be the case.
By Michael Dekhtyar
Jair Bolsonaro faces overwhelming issues as Brazil’s next president. If he manages to resist his authoritarian leanings and old-line personal views, he has a good chance of fixing them.
By Andrew Ng
“Infections of A Different Kind: Step 1” is a bold compilation of expressive and craftily put together songs.
By Abdulla Elkhadrawy, Michael Dekhtyar
By Owen Potter, Lewis Woloch
Though the boys’ fencing team may have lost, their season is anything but over.
By Jane Rhee
The Peglegs have one of the strongest support systems backing the athletes on the team, allowing them to bring an unbridled sense of soul and sport onto the field every game.
By Laura Ilioaei
I explore a limited-time exhibition featuring not only a new fragrance of my favourite brand, but an otherworldly experience to boot.
By Victor Kuang
PTCs friggin sugma.
By Helena Williams
By Chrisabella Javier
Due to the history behind our current namesake, new names are proposed for our high school.
By Mohamed Eleish
After getting completely drunk, Trump gives a ridiculous speech, fires his whole cabinet, and ventures out to campaign for the 2018-2022 election.
By Allison Eng
An Interview with Anna Lanzman.
By Jared Asch, Ariel Glazman
Though they suffered a heartbreaking loss in the next round to the Bronx Science Wolverines, a semifinal finish is no small feat, especially for a team that has often struggled to make deep runs in the postseason.
By Franklin Liou, Jooahn Sur
The pressure is now on for the current juniors and underclassmen to step up and build on the Mimbas’ great 2018 season.
By Aryan Sharma, Bernard Wang
The Birdies ended a strong season with a close loss in the semifinal round.
By Sunan Tajwar
The Greyducks are sending two members to States and just barely missed the cutoff as a team, landing in sixth place at the City Championships.
By Noah Grenert
The Greyducks did not qualify for the NYS Federation Meet for the second straight year.
By The Editorial Board
While acts of cyberbullying and threats made to students and staff are clearly beyond the means of a self-policing student body, a level of student-to-student trust and responsibility should exist.