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From floundering in the pool during Swim Gym to typing up assignments on archaic school computers, many Stuyvesant students are well-acquainted with the school’s pool and multimedia center. Both facilities, however, are currently unavailable due to renovations intended to make them more state-of-the-art, initiated over the summer. Renovating the library was first discussed last fall [...]
Based on the scores from last October’s PSAT Exam, 132 seniors have qualified as Semi-Finalists for the National Merit Scholarship. This is the highest number of qualifiers for any school in New York State, and the second highest in the entire nation. Biology teacher Marissa Maggio and six of her students worked on environmental projects [...]
Thermodynamics, a branch of physical chemistry, is generally considered one of the toughest subjects in the field. Its counter-intuitive nature and use of multivariable calculus tend to leave many students in the dust. Yet, it is this course of study that chemistry teacher Dr. Zhen-Chuan Li has intensively researched for over 50 years. Li recently [...]
At every corner, streams of rickshaws, pedestrians, and rowdy buses flood the streets. Marketplaces full of dancing street performers and stalls selling fresh fruit add cultural flair to the colonial and modern elements of the city. Away from the ornate Buddhist temples and glass skyscrapers, vast parks and a beautiful coastline provide places to relax [...]
Benjamin Dickinson’s apocalyptical film, “First Winter,” attempts to tease out raw human baseness from a group of young Brooklynites, when all they want to do is have sex and do yoga. The film opens with twelve New Yorkers stranded in a farmhouse, facing a record-breaking cold and a life-threatening blackout. Unofficial leader Paul (Paul [...]
At the Washington Area Model United Nations Conference, held at George Washington University from Thursday, March 22, to Sunday, March 25, nine delegates from Stuyvesant’s Model United Nations Club won awards or honors: two Best Delegates, two Outstanding Delegates, two Honorable Mention awards, and three Verbal Commendations. Eleven sophomore math researchers have had their research [...]
At the most recent School Leadership Team (SLT ) meeting on Tuesday, March 20, Principal Stanley Teitel proposed a new School Leadership Position Policy that permits a student to become the head of only one large organization. As of now, this policy specifically applies to Editor-in-Chief or Managing Editor positions of the Spectator and the [...]
Starting this semester, students who receive extra time to complete their exams will do so after school instead of extending tests into the subsequent periods. As in previous years, those who have free periods will be permitted to finish their tests then. Additional time for tests is permitted for students who are under a 504 [...]
The SAT is the one test that most Stuyvesant students do not cram for, instead dedicating hours after school and on weekends to doing problems in instructional booklets and on practice tests. The College Board sponsors the SAT and decides how the test will be constructed and administered. Its parent company, Educational Testing Services (ETS), [...]
In response to math teacher Richard Geller’s recent death on Tuesday, November 1, the Stuyvesant administration has asked some of the department teachers to take over his classes for the duration of the fall term. Starting Monday, November 14, all of Geller’s students were put under the instruction of new teachers, after being supervised by [...]