By Javed Jokhai, Vedaant Shah, Saad Ghaffouli
A breakdown of the Parents’ Association’s yearly revenue, operating expenses, and distribution of funds.
Issue 10, Volume 110
By Arpita Saha
A profile about Spanish teacher Anna Montserrat and her teaching career.
By Christine Chang, Christine Lin
The guidance department knows everything about us, but what do we really know about them? This is a look into the guidance department at Stuyvesant.
By Lauren Lee
Three different school safety agents explain how they ended up working at Stuyvesant and why they love it.
By Arthur Liang
The implementation of A.I. into common medical procedures won’t eclipse the need for qualified doctors; rather, they work better in conjunction, correcting each other’s errors.
By Elio Torres
By Anisa Gao
It took me years to realize that being in a chaotic environment comforted me.
By Ruoxin Cai
High voltage jolts of electricity could turn large sources of carbon into graphene, used in electronics, solar panels, asphalt and more.
By Gerard Lin, Jenna Mackenroth
The recent novel coronavirus outbreak has been misinterpreted by media outlets and the public as cause for excessive panic fueled by anti-racial sentiments.
By Jonathan Xu
The Spectator has put together a list of excuses students can give to their guidance counselors for program change requests.
By Amy Zhang
Stuyvesant High School, the pinnacle of the New York City Department of Education, is not your average high school.
By Caroline Pickering
I review my experience of CATS! the movie, and how it has certainly changed my life for the rest of time.
By Logan Ruzzier
A guide to the rules of the school that will ensure a truly satisfactory experience
By The Editorial Board
By Aidan Fingeret, Deven Maheshwari
Rebels finish their season strong despite early season struggles.
By Matt Melucci, Sam Levine
Arts and Entertainment
By Anson Guan
A review of Eminem's new album, "Music to Be Murdered By."
By Javed Jokhai
Art journalist Javed Jokhai ruminates on dealing with a piece that really doesn’t like art journalists.
By Erin Lee, Talia Kahan
A breakdown of the Student Union’s yearly allocations, expenses, and revenue from the past few years.
By Ezra Lee, Isabella Jia, Max Koster, Evelyn Ma, Zuzi Liu, Momoca Mairaj, Ruiwen Tang, Neil Sarkar
The Spectator reviews the progress of the Student Union and the Caucuses with their initiatives and campaign goals so far this year.
By Jady Chen, Sarah Huynh, Jenny Liu
This year’s National History Day event at Stuyvesant resulted in several winners who will advance to the citywide competition.
By Javed Jokhai, Rajhasree Paul, Samia Islam, Zoe Oppenheimer, Maddy Andersen, Katie Ng
Sandy Liang (‘09) held her Fall 2020 Ready-to-Wear runway show at Stuyvesant High School.
By Amanda Brucculeri, Rachel Vildman
Learning a little about the Guyanese students at Stuyvesant and their unique culture.
By Sophia Lin
An overview of the opinions of various students on the popular platform, Stuyvesant Confessions.
By The Features Department
Stuyvesant’s Thoughts on Valentine’s Day
By Nicole Itkin
Students and faculty members discuss the Stuyvesant diploma and share their opinions on whether or not it’s worth getting.
By Judy Chen, Sammi Yang, Christina Pan
An investigation on how Stuyvesants students utilize their lockers.
By Aya Alryyes
My middle school English teachers, in emphasizing getting the “correct” interpretation of literature, hurt my ability to appreciate it.
By Sonya Sasson
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the new Ebola vaccine Ervebo, making it the first FDA-authorized vaccine against the deadly virus and a major medical breakthrough.
By Elena Hlamenko
Sports participation has been on a decline for the past 10 years. My experiences in sports reflect why that needs to change.
By Sam Levine, Matt Melucci
By Shivali Korgaonkar, Yoonah Chang
An analysis of Super Bowl LIV between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.
By Rania Zaki, Kristoff Misquitta, Claire Shin, Sonya Sasson
By Lamia Haque
Film producer Harvey Weinstein has used his fame on several accounts to take advantage of young women in the film industry, showcasing the scary reality of Hollywood and it’s seemingly perfect exterior.
By Gavin McGinley
While “Weathering with You” has some issues balancing its crowded narrative, its animation, score and writing make it well worth seeing.
By Victor Kuang
Are you sure you REALLY understand the subliminal messages of Peppa Pig?
By Krish Gupta
By Jiahe Wang
A&E editor Jiahe Wang breaks down the ‘90s-inspired pieces from alumna Sandy Liang’s New York Fashion Week runway show at Stuyvesant.
By Shivali Korgaonkar
By Julie Grandchamp-Desraux
A review of “Sex Education” season two and why it’s so appealing to such a large audience.
By Tausif Tamim
By Miranda Lepri
By Aki Yamaguchi
By Jeremy Lee, Angeline Grzybowski
The Phoenix, after a three-game skid, look to correct their course in hopes of making a playoff run.