By Ankita Saha, Leah Riegel, Ada Gordon
Over the summer, senior Pulindu Weerasekara got the job of his dreams—a composer for Universal Studios.
Issue 5, Volume 114
By Braminder Kumar
Karikó’s incredible journey from impoverished beginnings in Hungary to making discoveries integral to vaccine development is a testament to her success.
By Jai Shah
After countless complaints over MTA service, the city has decided to take drastic measures to fix the issue.
Arts and Entertainment
By Munem Tajwar
The Devil We Know.
By Galen Jack
Wes Anderson celebrates Roald Dahl, exploring the limitations and possibilities of their common creative ground.
By Elizabeth Kolbasko
When you are connected to a place overseas through blood, grief, and culture, thousands of miles away can feel like next door, sharing the pain of a different world blending with your own.
By Emma Savonije
Speaking—or not speaking—the language of one’s heritage does not restrict them from their cultural identity.
By Grace Rhee, Joanne Hwang
The practice of over-purchasing school supplies needs to be reevaluated due to its negative impact on the environment and health, as well as exacerbating the existing social and economic gaps between communities.
By Abigail Jin, Cathleen Xi, Johnny Lin
A look into Stuyvesant’s alumni network and the people involved in notable events like alumni reunions.
By Sourajit Kapuria
The trades this offseason have strengthened already strong teams and have even given rise to new superteams.
By The Arts & Entertainment Department
By Olivia Callahan
Every frame, every note, and every movement pushed boundaries.
By Brandon Phillips, Sofia Thornley
STC’s latest show, Anastasia, proves to be one of its best in recent memory.
By Ushoshi Das
Chocolate must be labeled as child labor-free so that it is easy for all consumers to know what they are buying.
By Digit Kim, Aditya Anand, Elaine Wong
As October neared its end, the Stuyvesant Theater Community (STC) held its annual fall musical.
By Ahmed Radwan
VAR was seen as the solution to get the most accurate results in officiating soccer, but the recent saga that unfolded in one of the Premier League’s most important fixtures leaves many wondering whether it should stay or not.
By Khush Wadhwa
Bobby Charlton never faltered in the face of adversity and is one of the greatest English footballers to ever set foot on the pitch.
By Gabriella Hoefner
Your personality, based on what type of pet you have.
By Gary Jiang
Desertification is a detrimental process that is slowly converting Earth’s biomes to fragile deserts as a result of human practices and needs to be dealt with fast or else it will become unstoppable.
By Tamiyyah Shafiq
Stuyvesant High School incorporates cutting-edge AI technology into PTC, but a transcription of one conference shows that it didn’t go as well as expected.
By Aeneas Merchant, Anna Zheng, Judy Namkoong
The Stuyvesant Alumni Association held a reunion with tour guides from Big Sibs, ARISTA, and Red Cross reintroducing Stuyvesant alumni to their old high school.
By Benson Chen
The release of the Taylor Swift: The Eras Tour film definitely proves Swift’s powerhouse status and continues her advocacy for artist autonomy.
By Philip Virata
The Israel-Hamas conflict has been infected with a wave of social media misinformation and disinformation, and people are unethically contributing to it by reposting it for the sake of convincing other people to believe their viewpoint.
By Elma Khan
The unrealistic expectations for NSDA competitors restrict them from being able to embrace the spirit of Speech and Debate: empowerment using words.
By Vinson Chen
Shedding light on why and how some trees’ leaves turn yellow, orange, and red each fall, and why others don’t.
The boys’ varsity badminton team has shown tremendous success through several seasons and continues to stomp out their competition.
By Eli Lifton
The JV Peglegs are having a comeback year and here are some of the reasons why.
By Yashna Patel, Frederik Schutz
Meet Lisia, a senior swimmer who is making huge waves in the PSAL!
By Fiona Chen
Want to know how to reduce your healthcare expenses because Google says improper healthcare spending hurts the country? Good, this is for you.
By Virgenya Zhu
How to ace the school newspaper—all 13 departments!
By Ellyssan Park
Recently, connections were discovered between exposure to air pollution and gradual, short-term memory loss.