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On Wednesday, May 26, and Thursday, May 27, in the tenth floor black box theater, the One Acts Festival presented five great short plays. The festival, produced by junior Shelley Li, featured “Family 2.0” by Walter Wykes, “Transience” by senior Emma Dries, “Boom Boom Pow” by Wes Schierenbeck, “Words, Words, Words” by David Ives and [...]
The Stuyvesant High School building has been without heat or central air conditioning for several weeks, a condition that will persist for an as-of-yet, undetermined period of time. The cause? A new air conditioning unit currently being installed in the sixth floor gym. Because the installation of the units necessitates that additional coolant piping be [...]
*Disclaimer: Humor articles may be works of fiction. Quotes should be considered libel and slander.* During a recent third period, sophomore Kevin Kim was sitting on the half floor reading a novel for English class when he realized that he just was not getting enough math. “I get that my humanities teachers are trying to [...]
When senior Joseph Puma attempted to donate blood at the blood drive held in Stuyvesant’s first floor atrium on Tuesday, March 23, the New York Blood Center nurse reviewing the information form he had filled out informed him that he was not eligible because he had had intercourse with another man. Under the current Food [...]
When students participating in SING! attended this year’s incarnation of the traditionally wholesome post-SING! festivities, they were shocked and horrified to find themselves trapped in a bastion of sin and degeneracy, possibly inspired by the gritty and inadequately censored themes underlying this year’s three SING!s. The bacchanal was held on Saturday, March 6 in a [...]
In a shocking reversal of policy and message, the mentoring organization Big Sibs has announced that it will be starting a series of “Big Sib-Little Sib Freshman Fridays” throughout the Spring 2010 term. The decision was announced via email to all upperclassmen affiliated with the program. In the email—sent by the Big Sib Chairs on [...]
The Stuyvesant Science Olympiad team placed 14th at the New York State Science Olympiad Division C Championship, held at the United States Military Academy in West Point, New York. The competition took place on Friday, March 19 and Saturday, March 20, and pitted 54 teams from across the state against one another in a desperate [...]
Stuyvesant High School held its second blood drive of the year on Tuesday, March 23, in the first floor atrium. Students 16 years and older were asked to participate in the drive, which ran from 4th period to 4:45 p.m. Students who were 16 years old needed a parental consent form in order to donate, [...]
Previous Mastheads * Managing Board Members ** For the editorial board of 2011-2012, the Managing Board was renamed to the Executive Board. *** Editor-in-Training 2012-2013 Editor-in-Chiefs: Adam Schorin, Leopold Spohngellert Arts and Entertainment Editors: Emmalina Glinskis, James Kogan, Nina Wade, Emre Tetik*** Art Directors: Niki Chen, Christine Lee, Margot [...]
Stuyvesant’s Science Olympiad A Team came in first place out of 47 teams at the New York City Division C Regional Competition, which took place at Grover Cleveland High School on Saturday, February 6. Stuyvesant’s A Team placed first in five out of the 19 events they participated in. Stuyvesant’s B Team came in 5th [...]