By Ezra Lee, Sakura Yamanaka, James Kang, Maggie Sansone
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, SING! will be moved to a virtual medium and the shows are anticipated to be held in June.
Issue 11, Volume 111
By Janna Wang, Jess Zhang, Sarah Huynh, James Kang
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, StuySquad hosted its first virtual annual dance performance over YouTube on February 1.
By The News Department, The Features Department
After the end of the first semester, students share their thoughts on the CR option.
By Isabelle Yaremenko, Calista Lee, Tashfia Noor, Sabrina Chen
Aspects of remote learning that students and teachers would likely implement during in-person school.
By Ellen Pehlivanian, Catherine Ching, Dalia Levanon, Isabelle Yaremenko
A dive into how students with learning differences have been dealing with remote learning differently from other students.
By Jacky Chen
Renting is an oppressive system based on exploitation.
By Rania Zaki
A thought experiment may solve the dichotomy between neuroscience and psychoanalysis by questioning the center of its enigma: the conscious body.
By Jacob Steinberg
Throughout the Georgia Senate run-off campaign, the Democrats promised $2,000 stimulus checks. They cannot back down on that promise now.
By Aryana Singh
Space companies like Blue Origin and SpaceX are aiming to make space travel cheaper and more accessible to the general public with reusability as their focus.
By Anisha Singhal
Instead of slamming their credibility, if we support and validate victims for speaking up, we will draw out more voices, making our communities safer and bringing closure to those who have already suffered.
By Oscar Wang
Sonochemistry is catapulting the scientific community into more practical, non-invasive solutions to the world’s problems.
By Alex Cho
One area where many of us still blithely trade in stereotypes is age. Ranging from “OK boomer” memes to open dialogue questioning the mental fitness of older people and portrayals in cartoons and sitcoms of the elderly as out of touch and unstable, ageism is largely present in our society.
By Aya Alryyes
The Israeli government is manifestly legally and morally responsible for the vaccination of Palestinians in occupied territories.
Arts and Entertainment
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
By Kenisha Mahajan
At this year’s Halftime show, the Weeknd offers audiences a brilliantly produced performance that tells an even better story.
By Yasmine Chokrane
A review of “Ma Rainey's Black Bottom” and assessing the cultural impact of August Wilson.
By Aaron Wang, Kelly Yip
An obsessive admirer expresses their adoration for a Zoom classmate.
By Ethan Lam
Still trendy or just tired?
By Isabella Jia, Ariana Devito
A look into vegetarian and vegan lifestyles at Stuyvesant.
By Sabrina Li, Zifei Zhao, Soobin Choi
A look into how Stuyvesant students celebrate Lunar New Year, and what impact their Asian American identity has on the holiday.
By Lauren Chin
Despite practicing traditions of honoring our late loved ones, humanity still demonstrates a fear of the dead.
By Sathirtha Mondal
Baldness is a scourge to society and has several causes that make anyone susceptible to it. Nevertheless, with advancing research, scientists may be close to discovering an infallible cure.
By Riona Anvekar
The manner in which social cues are perceived through Zoom impairs the brain’s ability to process information and creates weak relationships with other people. This creates a low reward, high-cost analysis of Zoom meetings, triggering neurological pathways that create feelings of fatigue rather than alertness.
By Hellen Luo
Let’s say we take a remote controller and magically reverse the progress bar of this rotation—what exactly would happen if Earth began spinning in the opposite direction?
By Erica Li
Cancel culture, a system where people are held accountable for their actions regardless of their social status, is giving the disenfranchised and the minorities a voice—something the justice system failed to do.
By Gulam Monawarah
Cancel culture on the Internet is too toxic to bring any substantial change to society; it is simply ostracism and censorship in the name of liberation.
By Asa Muhammad
“Judas and the Black Messiah” turns government conspiracy to wine.
Netflix’s “The White Tiger” skillfully explores India’s caste system and tells the success story that is far too often ignored.
By Sanjana Yasna
By Krista Proteasa
For all the Frog and Toad stans who haven’t heard from them since the first grade, this one’s for you.
By Lianne Ohayon
“To All the Boys: Always and Forever” proves to be a sweet, truly full-circle ending to the movie trilogy, despite some of its overly mushy scenes.
By Agatha Edwards
In addition to the impressive graphics and diverse selection of restaurants featured, this commercial will take you back to childhood and get you humming along to its infectious tune.
By Arshia Mazumder
John McJohnkins, a highly reputable reporter, hopes to save the poor children stuck in this loop of PE during remote learning
By The Editorial Board
By Dexter Wells
The retirement of electronic music duo Daft Punk reminds us of their legendary legacy and discography, explored in this profile.
By Aidan Fingeret
Alex Caruso and Talen Horton-Tucker are the NBA’s best bench backcourt.
By Leah D'Silva
A look at the major moments for famous and rising athletes in the 2021 Winter X Games, the first international snowboard and freeski event of the season.
By Ethan Kirschner
Both the Islanders and Rangers have potential, but roster holes in different positions may hold them back.
By Taee Chi, Shafiul Haque
For decades, most people have believed that titles determine a player’s greatness. They ignore the losing side, truly believing that players who win the trophy are greater than those who don’t. Is this really the case?
By Max Schneider
Tom Brady and LeBron James are surely the greatest of their generation, but are they the greatest off the field too?
By Soham Mukherjee
Mohun Bagan was the first all-Indian soccer team to win the premier soccer tournament at the time, the IFA Shield, against British opponents, which made Mohun Bagan a nationalist symbol in the freedom struggle against British imperialism.
By Yoonah Chang
An overview of Super Bowl LV between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
By Krish Gupta
With Philip Rivers recently joining Eli Manning in retirement, NFL fans debate each of their legacies and recall that fateful 2004 draft day trade.
By Jaein Ku
Some of the most influential and classic rock albums that turn 50 this year.
By Julia Panas
The free-spirited fashion you’ve seen all over social media
By Roxy Perazzo
Toxicity, abuse, addiction, and more: “Malcolm & Marie” covers it all in a saddening letdown.
By Adele Bois
A profile of singer-songwriter Arlo Parks and a review of her first studio album “Collapsed in Sunbeams”