By Kevin Chan, Andy Lau, Seth Fenton
Stuyvesant’s computer science department recently hosted a Google panel, featuring four members of Google who shared aspects of their careers.
Issue 9, Volume 113
By The Features Department
Stuyvesant students recount the times in which they’ve witnessed kindness.
By Elizabeth Kolbasko
Manipulation plagues social media through foundational flaws, causing irreparable damage to our society.
By Jeffery Zhang
The United States Department of Energy announced on December 13, 2022, that the National Ignition Facility (NIF) completed the first controlled experiment to reach fusion ignition.
By Johnny Lin
Eventually, these festive sites around the school became convenient photo ops, places to hang out, and spheres of holiday cheer.
By Suyeon Ryu
Reselling is not a business. It is simply robbing resources from the needy and purposefully taking advantage of a wealth gap.
By Ankita Saha, Cathleen Xi
Local eateries near Stuyvesant and how they shape the student experience.
By Maya Brosnick
Should there be a salary cap implemented in the MLB in order to level the playing field between small and big-market teams?
By Jack Cao
The latest words on the soccer street about the hottest potential signings.
By Kikyo Makino-siller
The crash of FTX has revealed those willing to take accountability in the cryptocurrency industry, but stability will never be reached until every platform steps up.
By Michelle Huang
Santa Claus, a.k.a. Principal Yu, hunts the Grinch.
Arts and Entertainment
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
By Daniella Solomon
You get stuck alone at Stuyvesant during the break, and do all the things you’ve always wanted to do if nobody was there. Trouble is, you get some unwanted visitors partway through your stay…
By The Editorial Board
The seniors of the Editorial Board say goodbye, as this is their last issue with The Spectator.
By Ushoshi Das
There is an illogical stigma around women’s wrestling.
By Eshaal Ubaid
Pick up maidens or hand in your letter of rizzignation.
By Olivia Haven, Vincent Wang
Stuyvesant Spectrum hosted its first Chosen Family holiday dinner, with speeches given by Principal Yu and former teacher K.M. DiColandrea that focused on self-acceptance and hope in the LGBTQ+ community.
By Xueming Li, Prapti Biswas, Judy Namkoong, Zoey Marcus
The Stuyvesant badminton team won the holiday door decorating contest hosted by the administration on December 23.
By Gary Jiang
Horror movies are able to captivate viewers with their scary nature through hidden psychological benefits and biological effects, allowing them to top movie charts during the pandemic.
By Dean Hevenstone
Far-right groups and lawmakers are banning books featuring perspectives of marginalized groups, creating a dangerous education gap.
By Helen Mancini
The U.S. men’s national soccer team has been gaining popularity after their performance in the 2022 World Cup, but before this winter, the U.S. women’s team had been dominating the international stage as number one. Why don’t we pay more attention?
By Vinson Chen
By Jonathan James Yap
OpenAI logo with a bright and shining light behind it
By Michelle Ng
Music has the power to uplift your mood due to its ability to trigger dopamine release in the brain.
By Ada Gordon, Hifza Kaleem, Rhea Malhotra
Delving into the process of an English essay, from its initial assignment to the final grade.
By Frederik Schutz, Yashna Patel
By Ty Anant, Anas Ahmed
Lionel Messi just won the 2022 World Cup — a feat that completes his near-perfect career.
By Evan Wong
Luka Dončić of the Dallas Mavericks enters the MVP race after astonishing performances in recent weeks.
By Adele Bois, Roxy Perazzo
Remembering some of 2013’s best albums.
By Amaryllis Sun
Hollywood has a history of portraying women in films as submissive and delicate, which is why female rage in movies is needed as a more accurate representation of female emotions.
By Freda Dong, Karen Chen
A leaked spy report addressed to The Spectator Humor Department reveals the inner shenanigans of the cult known as StuySquad.
By Max Shimbo, Kaileen So
Coming off a historic cross country season, the Greyducks continue to soar, hoping to prove that there is no limit to how high they’ll fly.
By Vedant Kothari
Make sure to keep an eye on them in this year’s NBA playoffs, as the sky’s the limit for these Cavs.
By Galen Jack
Strobeck’s latest project, “Play Dead,” pushes his signature stylistic choices too far, making the skateboarding itself hard to appreciate.
By Joseph Kim
The Lemurs are red hot coming off a championship season; however, the question of whether or not they will recapture the same success remains.
By Aahan Shah
The current competition for who becomes next Twitter CEO.
By Christopher Choe
Currently sitting second in their division, the Goats work night and day to minimize mistakes and hone their skills to finally get their hands on the first-place trophy.
By Luca Adeishvili
Glass Onion is a cleverly subversive take on the mystery genre that excels in the quality of its writing and performances, despite an underutilized supporting cast and inconsistent pacing.
By Alex Zheng, Vincent D'Angelo
Coming back from break is always a pain, but we’re here with a few tried-and-tested methods to help you survive this depressing transition.
By Madelyn Li Nunez
The perfect guide on what to do if you do not have your ID.
Stuyvesant students, teachers, and inanimate objects share their 2023 New Year’s resolutions.
By Gabriella Hoefner
A student accidentally submits their Wattpad fanfiction as their English final.
By Sadat Ahmed
Rebyota has revolutionized medical treatment for bacterial infections because of how it treats recurrent CDI and serves as proof of the increased understanding of the microbiome.