By Uma Sukhu, Olivia Zheng
Answering questions about Stuyvesant’s escalators and the building’s construction.
Issue 11, Volume 113
By Charlotte Peterson
Stuy starts offering AP Rizz for the spring semester after seeing the student body's need for improvement in that department following the Valentine’s Day season, but not a single student is thriving.
By Michelle Huang
A freshman discovers the secret to SING!’s predictable winners.
By Soham Mukherjee, Duncan Park
Read the power rankings for the teams in the UEFA Champions League Round of 16!
By Kai Russell
The East may be tough to escape, but could the New York area see a Stanley Cup championship coming to them in a few months time?
By Tomas Levani
Panic signings, internal drama, and poor decision-making—what’s the real reason behind Chelsea’s disappointing performance this season?
By Khush Wadhwa
Though our favorites vary, some groundbreaking Super Bowl halftime shows have set the stage for the spectacular show of today.
By Frederik Schutz, Yashna Patel
Meet Sam Furman, senior and co-captain of the Stuyvesant girls’ varsity basketball team, who straight-up balls.
By Jack Cao
How the underwhelming team from Naples has become Europe’s best.
By Saradindu Ahmed
The 2022-2023 trade deadline has allowed teams such as the Los Angeles Lakers, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Clippers, and Phoenix Suns to acquire elite players to create a Western Conference full of superteams.
By Sara Heller, Astrid Harrington
In honor of Saint Patrick’s Day, we have compiled a list of explanations for the general amazing news of red hair.
By Vincent D'Angelo
In the midst of the ChatGPT era, join me as I explore some methods teachers have implemented to try to combat its takeover.
By Fiona 'Eve' Lin, Munem Tajwar
This is the only recipe you will ever need.
By Aniket Roy, Alexander Chu
A Stuyvesant parent writes an outraged e-mail to Principal Yu over Junior SING! Bible Camp.
By Mikayla Lin
Some ideas for holidays to celebrate for Make Up Your Own Holiday Day on March 26.
By Hifza Kaleem, Rhea Malhotra, Ankita Saha
A look at students’ eating habits as they balance their personal lives with heavy workloads and immense stress.
Arts and Entertainment
By Alexander Hinchliffe
Fashion communities on Instagram and TikTok alike have increasingly become hubs of consumerism and commodity fetishism.
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
Teachers’ Favorite Albums
By The News Department
Students and teachers reflect on the necessity of COVID-19 test distribution.
By Kevin Chan, Eman Sadiq, Dalia Levanon
An unprecedented soph-frosh win: the feats and woes of the royal court.
By Vinson Chen
AI art has been developing for decades, and with the advent of machine learning, has become capable of creating art completely independently, rivaling even the most skilled human artists.
By Riya Sundaram
Being celiac is significantly more expensive than it should be.
By Erica Wong
Revolutionary aortic stenosis treatments use printed 3D custom hearts.
By Gary Jiang
With new gene editing advancements like artificial gene drives, the dangerous mosquito can now be completely eradicated—but should it be?
By Ahmed Radwan
Stuyvesant’s girls’ varsity table tennis team, the Peglegs, were crowned PSAL champions for the second consecutive year, once again undefeated in the regular season.
By Lenny Metlitsky, Kevin Chan, Ivy Huang
Stuyvesant hosted the annual Black History Month dinner on February 9.
By Sadat Ahmed, Madeline Goodwin
Stuyvesant’s Science Olympiad team places first in February 4’s regional competition.
By Tamiyyah Shafiq
Get ready to conquer the SAT in record time with The Ultimate SAT Survival Guide, packed with proven techniques and expert tips for last-minute prep that will help you score higher and stress less on test day.
By Aarya Balakrishnan, Ziying Jian, Andrew Liu, Judy Namkoong, Uma Sukhu
Kathleen Zhang, a current senior, was named as one of 300 scholars for her project in the Regeneron Science Talent Search.
By Julia Chernobelsky, Elaine Huan
Look into a club that helps out people in need while also reducing food waste from the Stuyvesant cafeteria.
By Stefanie Chen
Modern music has become more and more meaningless and vulgar compared to older songs with clearer morals and messages.
By Daniella Solomon, Ada Gordon
An investigation into the English department room’s new policy of only allowing three students at a time.
By Phoebe Buckwalter
Abrams stands at the forefront of bedroom pop fame with lyrical and vocal mastery, dragged down from the precipice by unremarkable production.
By Judy Namkoong, Christina Wang
Stuyvesant sophomores received an early college awareness presentation from the college counseling department.
By Benson Chen
Paramore has changed their sound once again on This is Why, still retaining their signature socially-conscious lyrics.
By Sarah Diaz, Seth Fenton, Talia Arcasoy
Stuyvesant hosted a professional development talk on February 8 regarding the topic of culturally-sensitive education.
By Andy Lau, Sharon Zhou, Elaine Wong, Juni Park, Kevin Chan, Allison Zhao
The Personal Finance elective has been annualized with many students continuing to provide positive feedback about the class.
By Helen Mancini
The relatively new term “rizz” has been inspiring many jokes within Stuyvesant’s hallways, but some of them may be reinforcing gender stereotypes that have been around forever.
By Sofia Thornley
A review of Cocaine Bear, based on the true story.
By Philip Virata
With the growing popularity of ancestry tests, it is important to keep in mind that the results don’t completely define your ethnic identity and that there are deeper factors in play.
Desire, I Want To Turn Into You is Caroline Polachek’s triumphant and daring return.
By Raaita Anwar
Since early 2022, the clean girl aesthetic has dominated TikTok, making its way into fashion magazines and makeup marketing campaigns advertising exclusionary beauty standards.
By Emile Lee-Suk
A character-focused review of HBO Max’s controversial new animated series, Velma.
By Ravindra Mangar, Erica Chen, Oliver Hollmann
Ever wanted to sign up for Stuyvesant’s very own Bible Camp…?
By Elma Khan
There is an erroneous emphasis on classical literature in the English curriculum, but we need to make room for all that contemporary literature has to offer.
By Ravindra Mangar, Erica Chen
If you wanted a rizz tutorial, or if you wanted to deal with the sins regarding your rizzlationship problems, Senior SING! is the one for you.
By Talia Arcasoy, Ankita Saha, Christopher Louie
Junior SING! 2023 coverage.
By The Features Department
Insight on the trials and tribulations of various crews throughout SING!
By The Editorial Board
Here are the Editorial Board’s Top Fives for SING! 2023.
By Phoebe Buckwalter, Rebecca Bao
The Spectator reviews Senior SING!.
By Ravindra Mangar, Erica Chen, Alexander Chu
Soph-Frosh SING! girlbossed so hard they somehow won SING! and solved national debt.