By James Lee
Spanish Meets You hosted a virtual celebration of Día de Los Muertos, or “The Day of the Dead,” on November 2.
Issue 6, Volume 111
Arts and Entertainment
By Agatha Edwards
Here’s how some musical artists are putting on virtual concerts for their fans during the pandemic.
By Phillip Phan, Yaqin Rahman
Keep up with the NFL rankings as the league approaches the middle of the season.
By Ethan Kirschner
The battle between college football and the coronavirus has heated up in the recent week with more programs experiencing outbreaks. With numbers rising across the country and no solution in sight, the season is in jeopardy.
By Nakib Abedin
Portugal shocked the world in their 2016 Euros victory and proved their worth by winning the 2019 UEFA Nations Cup. Now, the squad has talented and exciting young players led by a hungry Cristiano Ronaldo. Will the 2022 FIFA World Cup be in their reach?
By Roxy Perazzo
“Jeopardy!” has been a staple of popular culture since 1984, making the passing of Alex Trebek heartbreaking news for viewers past and present.
By Meril Mousoom
This is a very stressful time of our lives, but we can choose to affirm ourselves and find happiness.
By Zoe Buff
A look at how the Stuyvesant symphonic orchestra has made the most of its time during a pandemic.
By Erin Lee, Talia Kahan
While the recent announcement of school closures has drastic implications for students across New York City, its impact on the Stuyvesant community is less dramatic yet still notable.
By The Features Department
A buffet of responses—what do the folks of Stuyvesant crave at night?
By Kaitlyn Lee
With the increasing use of genome sequencing and genomic data in the medical field, scientists must also address and resolve the growing issues of privacy protection.
By Maya Nelson
Trump is refusing to admit defeat in this election and has been tweeting dangerous things about ballot counting.
By Nora Miller
A look at the strangest campaign promises of this election.
By Gavin McGinley
Despite its refined art style, “Blood of Zeus” lacks depth in story, characters, and themes, making it really tough to watch.
By Jenny Liu, Karen Zhang, Maddy Andersen, Momoca Mairaj
Freshmen Aleksey Olhkovenko and Unique Zhang have been elected Freshman Caucus Co-Presidents for the 2020-2021 school year.
By Anisa Gao
My struggle with colorism is incomplete and complex, as my childhood was filled with uncertainty and underlying insecurity that I haven’t fully moved past.
By Oliver Stewart
Opt in or die. Or both.
By The Editorial Board
By Levi Simon
A brief history and description of the pop genre taking the world by storm: hyperpop.
By Ethan Lam
Educate yourself on this year’s highly infectious Christmas outbreak.
By Yoonah Chang
Dustin Johnson received the first green jacket of his career at the 2020 Masters golf championship at Augusta National.
By Rudolph Merlin
Here’s why Chelsea will win the English Premier League title this season.
By Joshua Gindis
As advances in technology draw the corners of the globe closer than ever before, we must take a more active role in the preservation of the regional cultures and heritages that make each place unique.
By Ziying Jian, Nada Hameed, Rajhasree Paul
Despite remote learning amidst the pandemic, the Student Union is producing weekly virtual broadcasts to maintain the Stuyvesant tradition.
By Alicia Yu
Despite having developed dozens of gymnasts into Olympians and college competitors, gymnastics coach Mary Wright has a hidden dark past.
By Ruiwen Tang, Janna Wang, Alec Shafran, Michelle Lu
In order to bolster student engagement during remote learning, Stuyvesant has begun various schoolwide community building initiatives, including tours around the buildings, homeroom Mix&Match meetings, and Flipgrid conversations.
By Dean Chen
Stress is inevitable but not unmanageable.
By Dexter Wells
Senior Isabella Lee shares the background of her passion for singing and songwriting, and her experiences making music.
By Christina Pan
An exploration of how Stuyvesant teaches history and how it reckons with its past.
By Riona Anvekar
A specific evolutionary purpose of dreams is yet to be determined, but research suggests that they help in processing emotions, organizing information in the brain, prepping the body for threats, and facilitating creative tendencies.
By Lamia Haque
Certain fear promoted by clear guidelines is what will allow us to channel our fears and do our part to stop the spread of this horrendous virus.
David Fincher’s “Mank” is a visually beautiful, yet almost deceptive metastory, critiquing the 1930s Golden Age of Hollywood and deeper power dynamics through the story behind the creation of the screenplay for “Citizen Kane.”
By Shafiul Haque
At the top of Serie A with an undefeated record, AC Milan hopes to return to the Champions League and regain its seat among the most respected clubs in the world.
By Jasmine Wang
Tired of partisan politics? We are too. Here are 10 better candidates for the presidency, from Julius Caesar to that old lady who gave you a cough drop on the subway.
By Peter Goswami
As Kamala Harris has been elected to the office of vice president, we need to think about how her multiracial identity and her political record as an attorney general have shaped the way she represents both Black and South Asian communities.
By Miranda Lepri
A review of Netflix new hit miniseries, “The Queen’s Gambit.”
By Anson Guan
Gorillaz’s “Song Machine” project has produced a compilation of some of the best and most creative songs of the year.
By Aaron Wang, Kelly Yip
The Spectator provides a list of things you should be thankful for in 2020, just in case you had trouble deciding between the virus, wildfires, and the rest of our 2020 fiesta.
By Sonya Sasson
With the second wave of the coronavirus sweeping across the world, Pfizer Inc.’s promising new vaccine utilizes technology previously unheard of in mass human vaccinations.
By Vincent Tan
A look into how students are coping with the indoor holiday season.
By Isabel Ching
Is cooking really all it’s cracked up to be?
By Claire Macdonald
In a time when China and the U.S. are more economically interconnected than ever before, Xi has cemented his commitment to authoritarianism.
By Logan Ruzzier
I describe some real (and fake) Zoom knockoffs.
By Caroline Pickering
Take a look back on The CW’s “Supernatural” as the series comes to a close after 15 years: its highs and lows and the massive impact it has had on 21st century media.