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Due to the focus on and rigor of work that Stuyvesant tends to have, many non-academic talents, such as athletics and the arts, seem to go unnoticed. You might not realize that two of the best fencers in the nation, junior Phillip Shin and junior Josef Omar, are the very students that you might have [...]
Stuyvesant Runnin’ Rebels 61, Hunter College High School Hawks 48 By Daryl Chin Coming into the Runnin’ Rebels’ 2012-2013 season, the one game everyone had circled on their calendars was Stuyvesant’s only matchup against the Hunter College High School Hawks, who had knocked the Runnin’ Rebels out of the playoffs last year. The fact that [...]
Lab Museum United Lady Gators 44, Stuyvesant Phoenix 34 By Jason Lee and Gavin Schall The Stuyvesant Phoenix rarely face a team as talented as they are, but on Friday, January 11, and they did and they weren’t quite up to the task, losing 44-34. Sophomore point guard Lauren Sobota led the Phoenix with 12 [...]
Among the many New Year’s resolutions from around the world, it’s likely that the one that’s most common is to lose weight. Weight loss extends through all aspects of our society, from celebrities trying to shed a couple pounds before their red carpet appearances to athletes in competitive sports. In some sports, including wrestling, mixed [...]
Pinheads Decisively Beat Hillcrest in Two Matches By Luke Morales The Stuyvesant Pinheads showed incredible dominance in the first round of the playoffs over the Hillcrest Lady Hawks by winning both the A and B matches and leaving no need for a third C match in their first playoff game on Wednesday, November 14. The [...]
Many consider football to be the most physically damanding, dangerous, and intense sport because of the amount of contact involved. A football player must be strong, tough, and aggressive to survive in a such a brutal sport. At the opposite end of the spectrum is piano playing, which requires patience, control, and elegance. While it [...]
In an effort to improve Stuyvesant’s appeal to middle school students, the administration has created a new brochure and webpage, www.try4stuy.org, as well as an additional new brochure targeted specifically towards African-American and Latino students. These promotional materials were written, printed and designed by Creative Insights Inc., an advertising communications business run by former Stuyvesant [...]
Coming off a 4-0 loss against the Fiorello H. LaGuardia Athletics, the Stuyvesant Mimbas entered their matchup against the Hunter Hawks on Friday, September 14 with a new game strategy in mind. The Mimbas refer to it as “the first five minutes,” which is when the team comes out with their best play at the [...]
The second annual buildOn 3-on-3 tournament, organized by seniors Debanjan Roychoudhury, Jahmar Campbell, and Okorie McBurnie, kicked off with 16 teams, with the first round played on smaller half-courts in the third floor gym. As the games began, the fans began to get loud, as they chanted for their friends, booed the bad plays, and [...]
How I Survived Spring Training By Noah Hellermann The Hitmen, your own varsity baseball team, travels to Florida every spring for an intense week of baseball. Contrary to the Peglegs’ notorious “Hell Week,” our trip is not filled with horrendous workouts in 90-degree weather, nor do we ache for a month after the trip. Even [...]