By Rajhasree Paul, Ezra Lee, James Kang
Stuyvesant changed its grading platform to PupilPath for the coming school year.
Issue 3, Volume 112
By Jennifer Ji, Isabel Ching
A look into Stuyvesant’s college admissions process, how it’s changed because of the pandemic, and what we can expect in the future.
By Jacob Steinberg
Incumbencies and career politicians are making Congress outdated. Term limits would help.
By Justin Li
NASA launches a mission called DART that sends space probes into space to intentionally slam into an asteroid. Test mission, NASA new mission concept/role
By Ashley Lin
Big money in politics allows corporations to rig the system so that results are in their favor, allowing politicians to serve their donors rather than their constituents.
By Kenneth Gao
Art is a natural part of one’s expression, and the Internet makes it easier than ever to tap into it.
By Peter Goswami
While New York City has passed a new bill improving some conditions for delivery workers, more firm measures need to be taken to protect and support these workers.
By Andy Chen
A controversial Alzheimer’s drug, aducanumab, made its way to the market, but it isn’t so clear if it provides any cognitive benefits.
By Kerry Garfinkel
By Charlotte Peterson
Joe Biden has made many promises and needs to be held accountable for his political shortcomings.
Arts and Entertainment
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
By Eshaal Ubaid
Desk vandal buddies don’t invade the privacy of other desk vandal buddies. It’s so not cool.
By Ezra Lee
Y/N starts a new life at Stuyvesant…. and possibly a brand new spicy romance with two of the hottest students at school?
By Oliver Hollmann
STC takes it a little too far.
By Liesel Wong
A quick rundown of some of the most creative clubs at Stuyvesant
By The Editorial Board
By Alice Zhu, Mahir Hossain
Juniors Lea Esipov and Daria Minhas were featured in Vogue after attending a climate strike on September 24.
By Joshua Wong, Kevin Chan
Hallway lockers are free this year for students.
By Mary Lee, Ziying Jian, Nikki Chen, Sarah Huynh
The SU hosted its annual Clubs & Pubs Fair in-person.
By Elaine Huang, Sarah Diaz, Juni Park, Rebecca Bao
As students transition back to in-person learning at Stuyvesant, classes such as World Language, Music, and Physical Education have been disproportionately affected by newly implemented COVID-19 protocols.
By Hellen Luo
As a scientific research field that gained vast popularity in recent years, artificial intelligence (A.I.) has begun to expand its footprint into one of the oldest foundations of humanity—agriculture.
By Aryana Singh
After nearly 23 years, the International Space Station (ISS) is showing signs of deterioration.
By Erica Li
Big Tech (Apple, Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Amazon) has monopolized the world, and their powers need to be regulated.
By Elicia Chau
#FreeBritney and all the other women in popular media who’ve been ruined.
By Oscar Wang
Biofuels are emerging as promising alternatives to fossil fuels, but will they give us the edge we need against climate change?
By Alexander Chu, Aniket Roy
Sleep-deprived Stuyvesant students turn into zombies.
By Krista Proteasa
After over a year of inactivity, how’s your locker adjusting?
By Aniket Roy, Alexander Chu
By Johan Wielaard
Ben Simmons hasn’t been the player Philadelphia hoped he would be. Are times changing?
By Roxy Perazzo
A review of “Only Murders in the Building,” Hulu’s new murder mystery.
By Asa Muhammad
We out here watching hood cinema at the Village Theater!
By Anika Amin
A review of popular novelist Sally Rooney’s most recent book.
By Maya Brosnick
While the two Wild Card Games were nearly opposites in their makeups, both were exciting contests, and the rest of the postseason is shaping up to be just as exciting.
By Ethan Kirschner, Benjamin Hamel
The Stuyvesant girls’ varsity soccer team is off to a strong start.
By Ethan Lam
Now that I have your attention...
By Cyrus Cursetjee, Erica Chen
K-pop’s elaborate, frightening plan to take over Stuyvesant, all revealed in Stuy Confessions.
By Julian Duran, Taee Chi
During a time when the players can easily become unmotivated and distracted, the Peglegs have done a good job staying determined and working on improving in all aspects of their game.
By Clara Shapiro
How do I talk to classmates about applying to college?
By Christine Lin, Samira Esha, Suah Chung
An overview of the 2021 Met Gala.
By Nicole Liu
Netflix’s newest Korean Drama,“Squid Game” is a suspenseful show that utilizes realistic characters and an action-filled plot to draw people in and tell a story about human nature.
By Matthew Wagman
Cheap *ss Lunch is still out there if you're willing to find it—look no further than the generous portions and smoldering spices of the yellow halal cart.
By Susie McKnight, Roxie Gosfield
Currently tied for second in their division, the Peglegs have dominated this season so far and have their sights set on riding this momentum into the playoffs.
By Luca Adeishvili
Sex Education Season three retains the quality of its predecessors as it continues to expand and build upon its cast of eccentric and endearing characters.
By Levi Simon
A brief history of Lil Nas X, a summary of his appeal and an assessment of his debut album, “Montero.”