By Elaine Huang, Prapti Biswas
The author of Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington was invited by Mr. Hanna to speak about his book.
Issue 6, Volume 113
By The Features Department
Wackiest, out of pocket things heard over the Thanksgiving dinner table.
By Sophie Zhou, Olivia Woo
Some Stuyvesant students have opted to take notes digitally in place of the traditional pencil-on-paper method, and teachers’ perspectives on this phenomenon vary.
By Kikyo Makino-siller
American foreign aid programs have caused irreversible damage to recipient countries’ economies and societies.
By Sophia Dasser
With the increase of self-driving cars, autonomous vehicles are expected to make moral tradeoffs for us.
By Stefanie Chen
Google Translate has an inherent gender bias that causes words to be translated into either masculine or feminine forms, depending on which gender Google Translate believes to be more fit.
By Khandaker Mushfikuzzaman
A self-aware article on article writing itself, exploring and questioning the readership of The Spectator and the Opinions Department.
By Seth Fenton
Lower Manhattan is in imminent danger of being uninhabitable due to flooding.
Arts and Entertainment
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
By Eshaal Ubaid
Giving thanks is hard—why not complain instead?
By Anjali Karunadasa
Who needs 10 whole floors anyway?
By Daniella Solomon
The Stuyvesant Environmental club ditches laundry and showers in order to help the environment, ravaging the entire school with their stench.
By Lucien Clough, Simone Raleigh
Atlanta is fearless, but not reckless, keeping itself grounded in realistic characters and commentary while reveling in the surreal.
By Manlio Singh
Drake takes the foreground throughout an inconsistent collaboration album.
By The Sports Department
Sports at Stuyvesant for Issue 6
By Lucien Clough
The Banshees of Inisherin truly succeeds on all fronts, creating a world out of a handful of characters and locations and unleashing a conflict both comedic in its original insignificance and tragic in its unfortunate poignance.
By Alexander Hinchliffe
Quadeca creates an incredible sonic experience in his newest project, “I Didn’t Mean To Haunt You,” telling the story of a ghost watching his past life slip out of view.
By Arshan Pervez, Sayeb Khan
While it is still early to worry about the state of the team, the Knicks will still need to fix several key issues to improve their record.
By Kaeden Ruparel
Tanking undoubtedly has its benefits, and many teams have benefited from the strategy in the past, but the financial and competitive risks for fans and teams alike undercut the benefits by a substantial margin.
By James Li
The Feynman Technique is a highly effective studying method that involves use of teaching a subject to further internalize the information.
By Maggie Sansone, Sakura Yamanaka, Kara Yip, Sarah Huynh
There is stricter adherence to DOE fundraising guidelines that may affect many clubs and student organizations.
By Ruiwen Tang, David Lin, Matthew Huang
Stuyvesant launches a live-streaming service for athletic games. Art/Photo Request: Still from the sports streaming channel or photo of games being live streamed if possible
By Prapti Biswas, Sharon Zhou, Olivia Haven
Stuyvesant Latin students participated in Yale Latin Certamen for the first time in almost a decade, with one group making it to the semifinals.
By Fiona Shi, Bill Chan, Mary Lee, Evan Lin, Allison Zhao
Stuyvesant weighs in on the necessity and limitations of the recent security addition.
By Ankita Saha
By Cathleen Xi, Johnny Lin
With the Sophomore Bar’s reputation of noise and chaotic disruption comes a myriad of varying opinions on this iconic Stuyvesant hotspot.
By Ashley Lin
Toxic masculinity is creating a crisis among young boys, teenage guys, and adult men. We need a culture shift.
By Subaah Syed
Listening to music can either be a distraction or a tool for concentration when studying. The contrast between these two responses to music is due to factors such as individual preferences and environmental conditions.
By Charlotte Peterson
Elon Musk’s recent acquisition of Twitter sheds light on his inability to run a successful company.
By Alex Zheng
Singing is an underrated form of expression that is easily accessible and beneficial to us physically, mentally, and socially.
By Sophia Wan-Brodsky
By Astrid Harrington
America’s election denial problem can’t be solved through elections alone.
By Amaryllis Sun
Pinterest stands out among its competitors as a top social media platform that aims to increase its users’ innovation while creating connections over common interests.
By Roxy Perazzo
With ‘90s nostalgia at a high, the recent rise of a “thin is in” attitude is evocative of a not-so-nostalgic aspect of the era: heroin chic.
By The Editorial Board
In honor of Thanksgiving, the Editorial Board has compiled a list of all the things they’re thankful for at Stuyvesant.
By John Jay Wang
Enter the new generation of the NBA, where young talent has started to outplay aging superstar veterans.
By Vedant Kothari
Jude Bellingham, Jamal Musiala, and Rodrygo Silva de Goes are going to flourish this year in Qatar.
By Madelyn Li Nunez
When your partner Stuyvesant High School is not the partner you thought they would be, you dump them with a breakup letter.
By Virgenya Zhu
As more and more confession pages for the school pop up, only one can be on top…
By Sara Heller, Astrid Harrington
Lately, there have been an unprecedented number of emergency protocols, and we’re here to tell you how to make the most of them.
By Michelle Huang
A student undergoes a difficult journey in order to fix the 7-9 escalator and end months of agony.
By Isaac Ho
A comprehensive analysis of every person in every friend group at Stuy.
The Arts & Entertainment Department weighs in on their favorite trends, pieces, and eras of fashion!
By Henry Bansbach
By Ty Anant
The Spartans manage to turn an uphill battle into an undefeated season.
By Brandon Phillips
Despite rules and regulations being put in place, airports manage to harass musicians and injure their instruments.
By Zoe Buff
A profile on the three soloists in the first Senior Spotlight orchestra concert.
By Tejas Siddaramaiah
Rookie phenom, Ahmad “Sauce” Gardner, has taken the NFL by sauce.
By Phoebe Buckwalter
You are not the only one who feels down when the leaves start to fall; Sad Girl Autumn is an emerging cultural phenomenon.
By Frederik Schutz, Yashna Patel
Meet Stuyvesant’s badminton team co-captain and nationally ranked player Lukas Chang.