By Michael Dekhtyar
Authoritarians are making Eastern Europe their political playground. The EU can do much to stop them.
Issue 7, Volume 109
By Susannah Ahn
The relationships between students and their parents vary in different types of situations.
By Kaylee Yin
In order to achieve better overall academic performance, there must be a greater focus on coaching teachers how to teach.
By Jeremy Rubin
Quotes from both sides of the topic of PSAL physical education free periods for athletes.
By Waseq Ahmed, Yae June Lee
The boys’ basketball team falls to 0-4 despite a hard-fought battle against Washington Irving High School.
By Laura Ilioaei
An interview with German pop artist Wincent Weiss.
By Allison Eng
The Spectator interviewed Samuel Fang, a junior on the Stuyvesant Bowling team, who captured third place at the PSAL Manhattan Borough Individual Championships and was able to advance to the City Individual Championships.
By Ruth Lee, Saad Ghaffouli
By Yaru Luo
By Chrisabella Javier
The strange project behind the morning announcers.
The alternative biology lab we never thought could exist, but needed.
By Oliver Stewart
A public service announcement exposing the dangerous communist ideas in Christmas music and asking readers to join in boycotting.
By Damian Wasilewicz
Despite an offseason marked by obstacles, the Phoenix trained hard and have started this year’s season strong with two consecutive wins.
By Julian Giordano
With two Prime Ministers claiming power, Sri Lanka is facing a constitutional crisis that threatens to revive older ethnic tensions that had been put to rest after 25 years of civil war.
By Helena Williams
By Jonathan Schneiderman
By Brian Moses
The best way forward for Britain is to hold a second referendum on Brexit.
By Veronika Kowalski
Seniors William Lohier and Julianna Fabrizio explain their unique approach to the daily announcements.
By Neil Sarkar, Evelyn Ma
The Foreign Language Department hosted its second annual concert in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut on December 6, with German pop star Wincent Weiss performing.
By Aryan Sharma, Bernard Wang
The Greyducks wrapped up their first two meets and are preparing for the rest of the season.
By Victor Kuang
Meet the legend himself.
By Gabrielle Umanova
By The Editorial Board
The recent vote at the last SLT meeting to close discussion regarding PSAL frees opens up many conversations about how Stuyvesant students are expected to juggle their academic and extracurricular lives.
By Jooahn Sur, Franklin Liou
Though the Peglegs’ season came to a disappointing end, their future looks very promising.
By Evelyn Ma, Tina Zheng
Stuy Legacy placed first at NJIT’s 12th annual urban dance competition Reign or Shine.
By Michelle Lai
“Subtle asian traits” and its progeny, “subtle asian dating,” have both enriched and ruined my senior year.
By Sunan Tajwar, Ahmed Hussein
Sunan and Ahmed write about the good, the bad, and the ugly in European soccer this season.
By Maddy Andersen, Erin Lee, Jeremy Rubin
The SLT voted against continuing the discussion about the PSAL free proposal, which was presented by members of the SU.
By Kaitlyn Duong, Isabel Leka
The Peglegs look to recover from 4-1 loss to Millennium High School.
By Elias Ferguson, Aki Yamaguchi
The Felines lost their first meet of the season to division rivals Bronx Science, losing in every event except the vault.