By Neil Sarkar, Jakob Gorisek-Gazze
The Junior Caucus hosted a Movie Night featuring “Crazy Rich Asians” on December 14.
Issue 8, Volume 109
By Katie Ng, Stephy Chen, Zoe Zakrzewska
The Stuyvesant Against Sex Trafficking Club hosted a lecture that discussed the nature of child trafficking, as well as preventative measures people can take to reduce future exploitations.
By Chloe Terestchenko, Evelyn Ma, Grace Cantarella
The Student Union hosted its first Emergency Preparedness Fair on December 18, which showcased emergency response agencies from around the city.
Arts and Entertainment
By Shivali Korgaonkar, Morris Raskin
The top ten best albums of 2018, based on lyrics, production, vocals/music, and cultural significance.
By Morris Raskin
Separating the art from the artist is okay in almost all circumstances.
By Michael Dekhtyar
The DCEU’s failings and how to fix them.
By Elias Ferguson, Aki Yamaguchi
By Jiahe Wang
AJR, CHVRCHES, Mike Shinoda, Bastille, Foster the People, Death Cab for Cutie, Florence + the Machine, and Muse perform at Barclays Center.
By Angelique Charles-Davis
By Talia Kahan, Jennifer Liu
Senior Sean Takada, a member of the pre-college program at Juilliard, performed a solo at the Winter Concert to commemorate Bernstein’s 100th birthday.
By Tony Moh
A brief review of the Junior Caucus’ upcoming choices for Movie Night.
By Zoraiz Irshad
An interview with the board of I-Help-Liberia
By Talia Kahan
This article will look at some diets of students inside stuy, from modern ones to religious and medical diets, attempting to answer the question: how does stuy eat?
By Mia Gindis
Several secular attempts have already been made thus far to strip advertisements, entertainment, slogans, etc. of anything overtly Christmas related, so as to keep the shopping season culturally inclusive.
By Andrew Ng
The student body at Stuyvesant has carved out a brilliant collection of publications to support the creative pursuits of the student body.
By Beaux Watwood, Jane Rhee
By Rudolph Merlin
It is collective desire to compete both at the high school and collegiate level that brings out the best in the team.
By Jenny Huang
While changes and reforms to these public homeless services are still being implemented and debated over, what we can do now is address the collective apathy we have toward the homeless.
By Chrisabella Javier
A Facebook Messenger game sends the school into chaos.
By Hugo Leuchars
Earl Sweatshirt returns with “Some Rap Songs.”
By The Features Department
From fighting over little things to going to the movies together, a number of Stuyvesant students describe their relationship with their siblings.
By Matthew Wagman
The 1975 are back with another massive concept album, merging multiple genres in to a gigantic hour-long, danceable thinkpiece on the virtual world.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative is bankrupting poor countries and destabilizing the world economy.
By Jonathan Schneiderman
By Franklin Liou, Jooahn Sur
Despite low expectations heading into the season, the Spartans have started the season with a winning record and look to carry their momentum into the rest of the season.
By Tasfia Rahman, Matylda Urbaniak
By Kaitlyn Duong, Isabel Leka
The Peglegs continue to struggle against high levels of competition, making it hard to see improvement.
By Lewis Woloch
After several bad seasons, the Nets are finally picking it up: putting together wins and making Brooklyn proud.
By Aryan Sharma, Bernard Wang
The Greyducks, Stuyvesant’s girls’ varsity indoor track and field team, exited the holiday break with two more meets at the Armory Track under their belt.
By Anika Sujana
By Laura Ilioaei
An alien wants to achieve an ulterior motive, but he picked the wrong class to crash.
By Lumi Westerlund, Max Mah
Stuyvesant’s boys’ varsity table tennis team look to underclassmen as they take second in their division.
By Ahmed Hussein
Sexism has been a staple in sports, with the best female athletes being sexualized, but that ends now.
By Allison Eng
The Spectator interviews Andrew Chopey, a member of the boys’ varsity swim team and commit to the University of Rochester.
By Yae June Lee, Waseq Ahmed
The girls’ basketball team aims high for the playoffs after a blowout win against Seward Park Campus on December 19, 2018.
By Jacob Steinberg
Due to its extensive amount of hate, as well as Reddit’s past of banning/quarantining hate subreddits, r/The_Donald should be banned.
By Lucas Dingman, Owen Potter
By William Huang
The administration hunts down missing seniors after Christmas break.
By Sunan Tajwar
The Pirates will be looking to extend their winning streak on their way back to the chip.
By The Editorial Board
The following is a list of a few student groups that would benefit from increased funding.
By Theo Kubovy-Weiss
Because of the inseparability between 6ix9ine’s music and his character, listening to his music is not justified.