By Maggie Sansone, Sakura Yamanaka, Karen Zhang, Anushri Mahabir, Ruiwen Tang
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, performing clubs are making adjustments to guarantee the safety of all members.
Issue 4, Volume 111
By Subyeta Chowdhury, Michelle Lu, Catherine Dell'Olio
The administration has expanded the school’s policy on which teachers can work from home, leading to more teachers working remotely.
By Ana-Maria Skaricic, Isabella Jia, Janna Wang
In preparation for the November 3 election, Stuyvesant students have been politically involved by organizing various initiatives to encourage voting.
By Fahima Miajee
The Black Students League and ASPIRA hosted a virtual Talk Circle Around Race on Allyship vs. Accompliceship on October 20.
By Catherine Dell'Olio, Michelle Lu, Subyeta Chowdhury
By Nada Hameed, Janna Wang, Lexi Chen
Starting on October 19, Stuyvesant reduced the number of blended cohorts from four to two.
By Morris Raskin
The return of David Wang, a Stuyvesant student turned AP Microeconomics teacher.
By The Features Department
What is Stuyvesant scared of?
By Ellen Pehlivanian
A look into the embarrassing and amusing moments of students’ Zoom classes, and how those experiences allowed them to reflect on remote learning as a whole.
By Mim Parvin, Susannah Ahn
Investigating Stuyesant students’ opinions on the paranormal and supernatural.
By Joshua Gindis
Wealth disparity is an issue too often overlooked, and capitalists need to start addressing it lest they be blamed for its consequences.
By Elena Hlamenko
As people and as students, we need to reclaim our connection to others.
By The Editorial Board
By Jenna Mackenroth
The scientific reasons behind gossip offer greater insight into our social structures and methods of cultural construction.
By Oscar Wang
According to a study from the International Journal of Applied and Basic Medical Research, only eight percent of people suffer from sleep paralysis. Another study showed that more than 50 percent of people experience lucid dreaming at least once in their life. Yet, these distinct events still share similarities in terms of the neurological factors behind them..
By Maya Nelson
By Logan Ruzzier
A Stuyvesant-themed SCP article. For more information, consult http://www.scpwiki.com/.
Arts and Entertainment
By Kenisha Mahajan
Here are some must-watch Halloween movies to enjoy the holiday at home.
By Jonathan Schneiderman
On Saturday morning, battleground state voters brought the Trump Administration to an end. What happens now?
The Electoral math is better for Biden than for Trump, but it’s far from over.
By Christina Pan
Stuyvesant students share their thoughts on the upcoming election, President Trump’s past four years in office, and the current state of America.
By Jennifer Ji, Rachel Vildman
A look into some Stuyvesants students’ experiences taking the SAT during COVID-19.
By Isabel Ching
But, alas, not all Stuyvesant students are the norm—the dedicated have braved the formidable pandemic conditions to work out.
By Angela Cai, Jennifer Ji
A look at some of Stuyvesant’s most iconic Halloween costumes and what plans students and teachers have this fall.
By Henry Cen, Riona Anvekar
Cinematographers use specific techniques to trigger the audience’s brain to find horror movies enjoyably scary by detecting the fake threat.
By Sonya Sasson
Enhancing a liver protein mimics the benefits of exercise on the brain.
By Anisa Gao
As the end of the apocalyptic year approaches along with Hallows Eve, I recount on my experiences with this energetic holiday.
By Shriya Anand
By Agatha Edwards
Here’s how different countries around the world celebrate Halloween.
By Roxy Perazzo
How to celebrate Halloween while still being conscious of the pandemic.
By Krista Proteasa
With this formula, you’ll be able to answer the only burning question in your life: which autumn-themed article am I?
By Zoe Buff
A think piece about the influence of American pop music in Germany.
By Alicia Yu
The Seattle Storm has been nothing but dominant this season, and this ring proves exactly that.
By Aidan Fingeret, Philip Von Mueffling, Phillip Phan
The end of an NBA season always lends itself to a lot of discussion about both finals teams and other teams’ chances the next year. Read on to find out our thoughts and takes on all of these matters.
By Caroline Pickering
Forty-Five Years Later: A Look Into Why “Bohemian Rhapsody” Has Stood the Test of Time
By Maya Brosnick
In honor of Halloween, we’re counting down the top five coolest Halloween sports moments.
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
By Shafiul Haque
The world’s most prominent soccer stars are well-known for their goals, assists, and mind-blowing tricks on the field. During the COVID-19 pandemic however, soccer around the globe came to an unforeseen halt.
By Ethan Lam
The past week of the most mysterious state in the U.S., revealed.
By Anson Guan, Morris Raskin
Joji’s third studio album “Nectar” sees the former comedian branching out in new directions but maintaining his classic melodramatic stylings.
By Nora Miller
The Spectator Humor Department’s Official Guide to Rooting Out Vampires
By Oliver Stewart
After spending nearly a year single, Steven the pumpkin is once again ready to mingle.
By Gavin McGinley
Behind its exaggerated aesthetic of over the top violence and ridiculous set pieces, “The Boys” stands out as a surprisingly thoughtful and well written show.
By Asa Muhammad
“The Nightmare Before Christmas” is definitively a Christmas movie.
By Levi Simon
Five album reviews from a variety of genres.
The coronavirus pandemic may spell the final ending to an already culturally de-Americanized world.
By Krish Gupta, Aidan Fingeret
New York sports have had many horrors—join young Billy as he embarks on a tour of the Haunted House of New York Sports through some of the most painful memories for New York sports fans.
By Althea Barrett