By Nicole Burek, Victoria Gao, Catherine Dell'Olio, Javed Jokhai, Shreya Paul, Jessica Jiang
Students walked out to join the Climate Strike led by Greta Thunberg on September 20.
Issue 3, Volume 110
By Erin Lee, Maddy Andersen
“My saddest memory from that day is when we were all walking down the West Side Highway and seeing one of my students, a boy...
By Theo Schiminovich, Madelyn Mao, James Lee, Emma Donnelly
In a school with more than 3000 students, rules must be implemented to keep all the students safe. Responding to safety concerns regarding overcrowding in...
By Sophia Lin, Susannah Ahn
A spotlight on the creators behind the stage and the performers under it.
By Logan Ruzzier
My experience of the Summer Innovation Program at Stuyvesant.
By Ellen Pehlivanian, Julie Weiner
An insight into the lives of students at Stuyvesant whose parents have unique, interesting, or unconventional occupations, and how their parents’ experiences affect them.
By Kimya Firoozan
After discovering the existence of a third taxonomic group, the Denisovans, among Neanderthals and Homo sapiens, scientists have been able to reconstruct a model of...
By Arthur Liang
Vaping has become a national epidemic among high school students. Here’s what we can do about it.
By Matthew Qiu
The U.S.’s unwavering commitment to Saudi Arabia, in light of vices like the Yemeni Civil War and the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi, has made the...
By Aya Alryyes
By only catering to the smallest of sizes, the clothing brand Brandy Melville excludes most young women and girls from feeling beautiful and accepted, contributing...
By Joshua Gindis
Political parties are a detriment to American society that ought to be abolished.
By Aaron Visser
The Democrats have failed to truly address one of the most divisive issues of the 2020 election: immigration.
By Justin Murdock
With the rise of Chinese espionage through social media, it’s a fight against time to build links between Western governments and the private sector.
By Oliver Stewart
Have you heard the story of your teacher’s cereal encounter?
By Veronika Kowalski
Several Stuyvesant students have had their lockers taken from them. Here at the Humor department, we strive our best to debunk myths and present to...
By Ruoxin Cai
The first time a high school student feels truly free of their dark ages is in sophomore year.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg leads school strike
By Grace Cantarella, Lucy Bao, Subyeta Chowdhury, Julie Weiner
The administration’s decision to make AP Physics I mandatory for all juniors has been controversial among both teachers and students.
By Claire Shin
My repeated failures in 10th grade taught me values that I couldn’t have learned if I got an 'easy 99.'
By Jonathan Xu
A senior forges his parents’ signature on his student contracts, gets caught, and has to spend the rest of his life handing out fruit in...
By Aaron Wang, Kelly Yip
With the end of September, a majority of Stuyvesant students have resorted back to their abnormal, screwed-up sleeping habits. Sleep deprivation is spreading faster than...
By Ivan Wang, Jake Lin
Critiquing popular ideas used for minutes that aren’t necessarily good.
By Helena Williams
Hello, Spectator readers! We of the Humor department have some wonderful news. Through our advanced eavesdropping tactics such as holding a glass against the Student...
By Erica Sugimura, Liam Kronman
Hi, my name is Bellamy (my friends call me Liz or Lizzy for short), and I am a VSCO girl. “What’s VSCO?” you ask. It...
By Chrisabella Javier
THE CUBE comes to Stuy in all of its glory
By Benjamin Hamel
As the first few weeks of the regular season come to a close, there are many issues to talk about that will have a huge...
Arts and Entertainment
By Gavin McGinley
Despite its excellent predecessor, as well as having a talented cast and likable characters, “It Chapter 2” fails to scare, entertain, or justify its incredible...
By Presley Hernandez
The Stuyvesant boys’ cross country team, the Greyducks, had its first meet at the Xavier Invitational on September 22.
By Jacqueline Thom
Arts & Entertainment editor Jacqueline Thom examines the elements that make “Ad Astra” a great work of cinema.
By The Editorial Board
By Aki Yamaguchi
Tazman LibsonHeight: 6’1”Eye color: BrownHair color: Dark BlondBirthday: 3/13/20021. When did you start fencing?I started fencing 10 years ago. I went to a fencing summer...
By The Sports Department
Stuyvesant sports teams are unofficially engaging in unique ways. Here’s a look at some of them.
By Krish Gupta
A new era for the New York Giants has begun with rookie Daniel Jones replacing veteran Eli Manning as starting quarterback.
By Matthew Wagman
Choosing a food cart is a no-brainer for most people—they know what they want...
By Morris Raskin
Arts & Entertainment writer Morris Raskin gives his take on the new Lumineers album.