By Xueming Li, Sharon Zhou
COVID-19 restrictions have been loosened with continuing precautions for the upcoming 2022 in-person school year.
Issue 1, Volume 113
By The News Department
Students share their thoughts on masking up for the 2022-2023 school year amidst COVID-19 and the emergence of monkeypox and the polio virus.
By Riya Sundaram
Climate change will largely increase the spread of vector-borne diseases throughout formerly unafflicted environments, and we need to be ready.
By Arin Faruque
With the first poliovirus case in nearly a decade being identified in New York, public health officials are now considering the possibility of a resurgence in the virus.
By Suyeon Ryu
The career of a social media moderator poses a mental health threat that makes it unsustainable for the future.
By Abigail Jin, Calista Lee
A new program called Stuy @ CIEE aspires to make studying abroad more accessible to students.
By Lauren Chin
A recent celebrity jet usage study revealed another link between the wealthy and climate change.
By Seth Fenton
Nanomachines have already significantly improved manufacturing in almost every field they’ve touched and will do so much more in the relatively near future.
By Khandaker Mushfikuzzaman
Saudi Arabia’s plan for the linear skyscraper city, The Line, is the future for density living and human progression.
By Juni Park, Ankita Saha
Students at Stuyvesant share their experiences with burnout and give advice on how to avoid it.
JWST has recently released highly anticipated images of galaxies, nebulas, and everything in between that reveal many secrets of our universe.
By Sequoia Rabinovich
This is a guide detailing the four best ways to escape a dean if they are about to confiscate your airpods.
Arts and Entertainment
By Grace Rhee
A review of Matisse: The Red Studio exhibition at the MoMA
By Luca Adeishvili
Hellfire demonstrates black midi’s great ability to change and evolve their music, as well as their immense potential as musicians through its sheer musical variety and the extraordinary quality of the album’s dense compositions and passionate vocal performances.
By Finn Charest
City history comes alive to address park destruction near Stuyvesant High School.
By Tejas Siddaramaiah
Is Donovan Mitchell coming back home to the Mecca of basketball?
By Vita Kirschtein, Roxy Perazzo
A review of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on its “Unlimited Love” tour.
By Adeline Sauberli
Bringing your backpack to school is a given. But what if we thought out of the box—or out of the backpack?
By Arshan Pervez
In a league full of superteams just a few seasons ago, the NBA now has more title-contending teams than ever before, with several organizations making key changes to reach “the promised land” of a championship.
By Kai Caothien, Sarah Diaz, Christina Wang
Ryan Lee and Amanda Cisse, leaders of the 2022-2023 Student Union, reflect on their goals and changes they would like to see in the upcoming school year.
By Kara Yip, Allison Zhao, Talia Arcasoy
A mural on the first floor created by Stuyvesant students serves as a tribute to the music department, combining Wassily Kandinsky’s style and the playful colors of the 7-9 escalator banner.
By Uma Sukhu
Answering hypothetical questions with real calculations
By The Features Department
The past cannot be changed. Here’s what Stuyvesant has to say about regrets.
By Ashley Lin
To address its teacher shortage crisis, America must provide better support and compensation.
By Sophia Dasser
Social media companies push users into the alt-right pipeline to ensure engagement and user loyalty, leading to more profit for said companies and disregarding the violent aftermath.
By Aareeb Jamil
String theory seeks to unify the theories of general relativity and quantum mechanics, but it currently lacks experimental evidence.
By Astrid Harrington
Though India has been a sovereign nation for more than half a century, the remaining effects of British occupation have changed the country in enduring ways.
By Subaah Syed
The increase in zoonotic diseases reflects the complex relationship humans have with animals.
By Eshaal Ubaid
Faced with dying economy and crippling inflation rates, Stuyvesant High School tyrannically imposes taxes onto popular hangout spots.
By Christian Kim, Fiona 'Eve' Lin
Already lost on the first day of school? Well, you’re in luck, because we’ve got a to-do list specifically tailored to your Stuy experience ;)
By Madeline Hutchinson
Examining how to forge deeper personal relationships with pen and paper.
By Yashna Patel
Meet Stuyvesant’s very own cross country duo, Hugo Jenkins and Vernon Hughes.
By Abigail Jin
A disease is brainwashing students into thinking they actually miss going to school during the summer.
By Aniket Roy
A detailed guide on hunting freshmen.
By Tomas Levani
The players, the club owners, and the players’ morale—what’s the real reason behind Manchester United’s performance this season?
A detailed rating of my all-time favorite romance anime.
By The Editorial Board
By Alex Zheng
An objective review and commentary of popular napping spots available to Stuy kids.
By Vincent D'Angelo
As the looming threat of the new school years hangs over the horizon, these tricks will help you to deal with all of the stress coming your way.
By Justin Huang
If the Nets can avoid the injuries and drama that plagued them the last three seasons, they have a title shot for the 2022-2023 season.
By Nicole Liu
“Never Have I Ever”’s highly anticipated third season is full of lighthearted banter and cute romantic moments sprinkled with genuine depictions of teenage struggles in all of its angsty glory.
By Kaileen So
A inside look into the once in a lifetime experience of being a US Open Ballperson
By Virgenya Zhu
The objects left in the Stuyvesant Lost and Found box over the summer gain sentience and decide to roam the school looking for a way to escape.
By Niamh Werner
Every year, hundreds of pre-freshies gather in the Arctic for Stuyvesant’s rigorous sleepaway camp designed to prepare future students for success… or so they claim.
By Erica Chen, Ryan Peng
A traumatized fork confides in its diary about Stuy kids dismembering all of its friends.
By Michelle Huang
Schedules are magically perfect, and the first day is going great. But is it too good to be true?
By Frederik Schutz
Núñez has the expertise to address certain flaws and shortcomings in Liverpool’s system, and under the guidance of manager Jurgen Klopp Núñez, he is too good to be written off and he can help elevate Liverpool. Simply put: Liverpool needed him.
By Vedant Kothari
Throughout this article, the spotlight will be turned toward clubs that have had a transfer window which has been underlooked by many, and as a result, can change the way fans are predicting their seasons to go.
By Tara Suri
You find a cockroach in your locker—how do you get rid of it?
By Henry Bansbach