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English teacher Lynne Evans, who taught in Stuyvesant since 1983, passed away on Sunday, April 6. The cause of her death was pneumonia.
This year, Evans taught Modern European Literature and Great American Literature.
“Overwhelmingly, her students talked about how kind and considerate she was,” Assistant Principal Eric Grossman said.
“She was very supportive,” junior Karmen Cheung said. “She had very interesting conversations with her class.”
The Department of Education (DOE) is investigating a complaint a Stuyvesant student brought against librarian Christopher Asch regarding a February 2008 incident. Asch has not been charged, but as a result of the complaint, he now reports to a reassignment center, according to an anonymous source familiar with the situation. The DOE operates 12 reassignment [...]
Thirteen Stuyvesant students out of the 15 who took the International Biology Olympiad (IBO) qualifying exam made it to the semi-finals on Wednesday, February 13. The semi-finalists were announced on Monday, March 3. Six seniors, six juniors and one sophomore were named semi-finalists–four more students than last year. This year’s semi-finalists are seniors Paula Bu, [...]
A freshman was assaulted on the fifth floor during fifth period on Thursday, February 28. The victim and a freshman friend were in the sixth floor bathroom when the attacker, a junior, accosted them. The two freshmen ran to the fifth floor towards the cafeteria when the junior “put his arm around [one of the [...]
Principal Stanley Teitel is considering canceling SING! next year because few students came to SING! clean-up on Sunday, March 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. “Behind the stage and down the corridor the place was a disaster,” Teitel said. “Its been a perpetual problem.” According to Coordinator of Student Affairs Lisa Weinwurm, approximately five [...]
Members of the Stuyvesant community [...]
The Department of Education (DOE) required all New York City schools to change their program codes this year to standardize the programming system throughout the city. “This way, anyone looking at any code in any school would know what course it is,” said Assistant Principal Technology Edward Wong, who heads the Programming Office. “A standarized [...]
The racially biased admission policy of the Specialized High School Institute (SHSI), a free test-prep program for minorities underrepresented in Specialized High Schools, may be violating federal law, according to a recent Supreme Court case ruling. The June 28 ruling limits the use of race as a factor in public school admissions by rejecting the [...]