By Daniel Chang, Seth Fenton, Madeline Goodwin, David Lin, Lauren Chin
The College Office organizes visits from college representatives for seniors.
Issue 3, Volume 113
By Amanda Cisse
Black and Hispanic students speak out on the culture surrounding racism at Stuyvesant. Stuyvesant must respond: how can both students and staff make the school a more inclusive place?
Arts and Entertainment
By Vita Kirschtein
A review of Sana Musasama’s ongoing show, “I Never Played With Dolls,” at Tiger Strikes Asteroid Gallery.
By Amaryllis Sun
Fashion is one of the most diverse forms of expression, but what lies behind the looks in the spotlight?
By Aniket Roy, Alexander Chu
The BEST Stuyvesant Fanfiction Ever Written
By Uma Sukhu
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
By Kaileen So
A breakdown of some of the thrillers in the NFL so far.
By Kaeden Ruparel
Aaron Judge has etched his name in history, dominating the MLB and every obstacle thrown in his way.
By Sophia Dasser
Quiet quitting is a trend that exposes the flaws of our working system and education system, where offices are devoid of passion and instead push workers to burnout through mechanical work and a toxic environment.
By Subaah Syed
Americans have one of the lowest average life expectancies among developed countries in the world and this reflects on shortcomings in their healthcare system.
By Elicia Chau
Growing up under the influence of Disney princesses fueled my insecurities.
By Justin Huang
If this pattern of behavior and misfortune continues, the Suns will never reach their promised potential. Can the Celtics keep up in the East?
By Soham Mukherjee
After visiting the first four groups of the 2022 World Cup, it’s time to look at what exciting matchups await in Groups E, F, G, and H.
By Alexander Hinchliffe
The Living Gallery’s September 18 concert was a showcase of raw local talent and fantastic rock bands.
By Kikyo Makino-siller
Despite the difficulties, American airlines have managed to survive through COVID-19. But how long will this trend continue for?
By Ishaana Misra
Open-source software is available in the public domain for anyone to read, modify, and redistribute. It allows for developers around the world to collaborate on large projects.
By Xueming Li, Elaine Huang, Eugene Yoo, Madeline Goodwin
Stuyvesant students combat climate change as Blue Planet Alliance youth ambassadors.
By Tiffany Liang, Christina Pan
Meet four of Stuyvesant’s new teachers for the 2022-23 school year, their stories behind teaching, and their respective disciplines.
By Suyeon Ryu, Isabella Jia
Hispanic Heritage month is an invitation for everyone to appreciate Hispanic culture, whether you are Hispanic or not.
By Ruiwen Tang, Craig Chen, Ian Kim, Jasmine Yuen, Talia Arcasoy
The Stuyvesant Transit and Urbanism Association recently revealed their transit predictor board, located just outside of the exit to the Tribeca Bridge, after years of planning.
By Sharon Zhou, Christina Wang, Elaine Huang, Maggie Sansone
A recent discovery of unused gym lockers in the girls’ locker room prompts the administration to use a lottery system to give the lockers to female seniors. Art/Photo Request: female senior standing in front of a gym locker
By Xueming Li, Madeline Goodwin, Eugene Yoo, Elaine Huang
By Gabriella Hoefner
Principal Yu reads The Spectator for the first time, and is shocked at what he finds in the Humor section.
By Khush Wadhwa, John Jay Wang
Twelve teams, each with a unique regular season experience, enter the postseason with the goal to win it all.
By Sofia Hernandez
A recap of the Penguins’ start to their 2022 season.
By Malk Agha, Karen Chen
The best places to hide from Simon and/or Moran at Stuy
By Virgenya Zhu
Stuyvesant students scramble to be able to fall in love in October. If they don’t, they will become the subjects of ridicule, or even be sentenced to death.
By Khandaker Mushfikuzzaman
The world has slowly been losing its color as companies begin using monochrome hues, harming our mental health in the long run.
By Leora Gallai
Antisemitism isn’t rare at Stuyvesant, and our education is to blame.
By Munem Tajwar
Reviewing the best, the mildly okay, the bad, and the horrible Stuyvesant boys’ bathrooms.
By Vedant Kothari
Not many will be able to surpass what he has done in his career, and his records only corroborate that.
By Seth Fenton
Scientific developments have introduced to us many alternative energy options, most of which surpass fossil fuels in efficiency, safety, sustainability, or supply chain independence.
By Sophia Wan-Brodsky
By Nada Hameed
By Phoebe Buckwalter
The country star’s latest album finds her smiling through the heartbreak.
By Lianne Ohayon
Welcome to Victory, California, where everything is not what it seems.
A review of Netflix’s “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” as well as the controversy surrounding its release.
By James Li
Many factors go into how humans perceive taste, both objective and subjectively.
By Vincent D'Angelo
In this article I explain the REAL, totally non-fabricated reason why the fifth floor roof is off-limits for all students.
By Charlotte Peterson
Of Stuyvesant’s freshman class’s crimes, which are the worst? Refer to this definitive ranking for answers.
By Yashna Patel, Frederik Schutz
Meet the Peglegs QB-RB duo, Sam Glusker and Efe Kilic!
By Santino Suarez
“Moonage Daydream” is as unorthodox as it is beautiful, and gives the viewer a retrospective look into David Bowie’s expansive career and stardom.