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A fire set in a garbage can on the eighth floor on Tuesday, November 24, forced the third evacuation of Stuyvesant High School in two weeks. A number of small fires in bathrooms, garbage cans, hallways and stairwells were also set around the school over that period. Fires on Friday, November 13, and Thursday, November [...]
A Stuyvesant junior was arrested on Thursday, November 19 for allegedly setting two fires on Tuesday, November 17 that resulted in an evacuation of the school. He was charged with second-degree attempted arson, fifth-degree arson and reckless endangerment, according to the article “Student Charged in Fire at Stuyvesant High,” published on The New York Times [...]
Stuyvesant High School was evacuated at approximately 11:45 a.m. on Friday, November 13 after a plastic hand towel dispenser in the third floor boys’ bathroom was set on fire. Although smoke from the fire set off the alarm, an announcement was made over the loudspeaker shortly after to ignore the bells. “At first, no one [...]
With the possibility of swine flu returning as school resumes, all students at New York City public and private schools , including Stuyvesant, will be given the option to receive free vaccine shots later this fall. Information regarding the shots was posted in a letter by Chancellor Joel L. Klein on the New York City [...]
Junior Omar Akhand was accosted by undercover police officers in the early morning on Sunday, April 26. According to Akhand, he was arrested after trying to run from the officers, unaware of who they were. After a night of studying, Akhand walked outside his home in Queens at around 2 a.m. Sunday morning to make [...]
One of the two buses on the Saturday, March 28 to Sunday, March 29 college trip had to be evacuated after a minor engine fire. The bus, which was heading to Johns Hopkins University, pulled over at around 4:00 p.m. on Interstate 95 southbound at mile marker 105, approximately 50 miles from Baltimore, Maryland. The [...]
After three incidents involving Stuyvesant students at neighborhood businesses, Principal Stanley Teitel said he was considering restricting or revoking students’ out-to-lunch privileges next year. Each of the incidents—one at the Whole Foods grocery store, one at the Barnes & Noble bookstore, and one at the Regal Battery Park Stadium 11 cinema—prompted a call to the [...]