By Evelyn Ma, Alice Zhu
Freshmen Satvik Agnihotri and Iravan Bhattacharyya have been elected Freshman Caucus President and Vice President, respectively, for the 2019-2020 school year.
Issue 5, Volume 110
By Katie Ng, Subyeta Chowdhury
“It’s important to remember the systems that came before, or rather the lack therein, and how much more control this gives the students than the...
By Madelyn Mao, Zoe Oppenheimer, Emma Donnelly
Talos’ latest update allows students to pick their pronoun identification, marking a step towards making Stuyvesant a more LGBTQ+ friendly community for students.
By Chloe Terestchenko, Subyeta Chowdhury, Karen Zhang
The city recently approved a request to construct new escalators, advocated by the administration, parents, and students of Stuyvesant.
By Jonathan Schneiderman, Talia Kahan, Oliver Stewart
A profile of junior Theadora Williams who will be graduating this spring.
By The Features Department
Discover Stuyvesant’s favorite TV shows to binge-watch!
By Julie Weiner, Claire Tempelman
Various members of Stuyvesant’s faculty give their opinions on Talos.
By Nicholas Martin
Following the journey of Spanish teacher Frida Ambía from her childhood in Peru to her career in New York City.
By Amanda Brucculeri, Sammi Yang, Raymond Wu, Suah Chung, Christine Chang
A student body view on how Facebook impacts their social and academic life.
By Talia Kahan
How much does it cost to be a student at Stuyvesant?
By Shah Nabil
With humanity getting closer to conquering the limits of technology and survival on Earth, the Dyson swarm provides us with a potential future in which...
By Jonathan Schneiderman
Philosophy not only goes well beyond the scope of science—it underlies it, too.
By Sonya Sasson
Researchers combine modern technology with biology fundamentals to grapple with the pandemic.
By Carter Ley
Declining competitiveness in the pharmaceutical Industry has resulted in unprecedented high costs. Restoring competitiveness to our drug markets is crucial to lowering prices, which can...
By Gerard Lin
The possibility of custom drugs creates a greater disparity between the rich and the poor, where the rich would have access to these drugs while the poor would be shut out completely.
By Riona Anvekar
Studies have exposed the many neurological differences between conservatives and liberals, suggesting that the creation of parties in America is an innate creation.
By Maya Dunayer
It is important to address the growing role of women in attacks by Islamic extremists in order to be able to solve the problem.
By Arthur Liang
Cancer researchers hoping to one day cure all cancers have an arduous journey ahead of them, requiring the collaboration of both brilliance and open-mindedness, but...
By Elena Hlamenko
On the futility of diversity training and what we can do to fix it.
By Jenny Huang
Black trans women are at higher risks of violence every day because of the intersection of their identity.
By Elio Torres
Philosophy is dangerously close to undermining scientific progress and modern values; as much as a pursuit of knowledge is important, recognize that philosophy is bound...
By Lamia Haque, Justin Murdock
Rikers Island, off the coast of Queens and infamous for inhumane treatment of its inmates, now calls into question a controversial plan of setting up...
Arts and Entertainment
By Morris Raskin
Morris Raskin gives his take on what the directors of “The Good Place” need to do in order to give the show a satisfying conclusion.
By Ziyun Zhang, Emily Chen
Imagine doing unnecessary math just because some random article in a school newspaper told you to.
By Oliver Stewart
Why hasn’t Eric Trump been shortlisted for the Cy Young award?
By Chrisabella Javier
Stuy Is No Longer A (Legal) School.
By Emily Chen
The sheet they give you with all the tour information is close to useless.
By Samira Esha
The comeback of ‘90s fashion has resulted in several old trends becoming popular again.
By Matt Melucci
The Seattle Sounders completed their tumultuous road to the MLS Cup Final, coming out on top of Toronto FC in the finals for the second time in four years.
By Jeremy Lee, Owen Potter
By Javed Jokhai
Javed Jokhai spends a dreary day in New York marveling at Kehinde Wiley’s first public art installation, a statue serving up commentary on our current...
By The Editorial Board
By Ethan Kirschner, Benjamin Hamel
The Mimbas had been preparing all season for their moment.
By Sunan Tajwar
With the growing controversy over the NCAA suppressing top college recruits in addition to showing signs of vulnerability by succumbing to the recent rule change,...
By Sam Levine
The Yankees simply weren’t able to capitalize on an abundance of opportunities, and they paid the price.
By Jacqueline Thom
Jacqueline Thom reviews “Living With Yourself,” a new Netflix show starring Paul Rudd that takes on the doppelganger trope.
By Krish Gupta
A check-up on how the rookies drafted in the 2019 NFL Draft have fared so far. Outquote: But when Foles broke his collarbone in Week...
By Aki Yamaguchi
Natasha MoeslingerGrade: Senior Height: 5’4Eye color: BrownHair color: BrownDOB: August 18, 2002Samantha ZhengGrade: SeniorHeight: 5’4’1/2Eye color: BrownHair color: Black-BrownDOB: May 28, 20021. When did you...
By Shivali Korgaonkar, Aki Yamaguchi
For the first time in six years, the Stuyvesant Peglegs, the boys’ varsity soccer team, claimed their spot in the second round of the playoffs....
Unconventional films call for unconventional reviews. Jacqueline Thom discusses “The Lighthouse,” with spoilers, and delves into the film’s experimental examination of identity and human psychology.
By Joshua Spektor
The start to the 2019-20 season couldn’t get any nastier for the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils.
By Rudolph Merlin
They have proved that last season’s 6-4 record was a fluke by winning the Manhattan AI Division with an 11-1 record.
By Paul Liou, Rohan Saha
Homecoming: a bittersweet game for seniors who stepped into Pier 40 wearing the grey, red and blue Pegleg jerseys for the final time
After a tumultuous road to the MLS Cup Final, Toronto FC and the Seattle Sounders face off in the finals for the third time in...