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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 [...]
So says Tony the Tiger, Private Eye (Arik Raviv) in just one of the expected word puns in a SING! that had low expectations. Few people outside the junior grade expected a theme of cereal to be successful. Senior SING! devoted half of its spirit song to making fun of the “dumb” plot and even [...]
Less than a month after the Department of Education (DOE) announced a one percent budget cut for schools in early January, Principal Stanley Teitel received notice that the DOE would not, in fact, be cutting the proposed 170,000 dollars from Stuyvesant’s budget. Despite this windfall, the majority of the reinstated funding will not be added [...]
In order to combat the acute budget shortages facing the Student Union (SU) earlier this winter, junior class president Omika Jikaria and vice president Emily Quint-Hoover are selling Klean Kanteens, environmentally-friendly stainless steel water bottles. The Kanteens cost 10 dollars per bottle, and all of the money goes into the junior account of the SU. [...]
The Student Union (SU) held its first ever Winter Carnival in the cafeteria on Friday, December 11. The event, which began after 10th period, lasted until 5:30 p.m. The SU organized the carnival in order to give clubs and publications an opportunity to fundraise. “With the ban on bake sales, clubs have been unable to [...]
The headline of this article is the rather unaffectionate nickname ascribed, by a few, to the Writing Across the Curriculum policy, which was implemented last year to improve the writing ability of the student body. Essays should no longer be reserved for English class, and math and science teachers should now begin assigning short in-class [...]
Sophomore class President Mohammed Hossain received a two-day suspension after he was found letting three students out of school through the northern entrance on Thursday, May 14. The incident was caught on security cameras. “I was helping three Stuyvesant students leave the building and reenter through an unauthorized exit,” Hossain said, referring to the door [...]
Although there are grey clouds of budget cuts that could deeply affect the school’s renowned academics on the horizon, Stuyvesant’s Physical Education department has received a large windfall. The borough of Manhattan has approved a grant of over a quarter-million dollars to purchase new lockers in the locker rooms, which have not been renovated since [...]
“Cute,” one audience member said after Saturday’s performance of a mediocre Soph-Frosh SING!. With its wide range of political puns, tasteless social cracks and a bathtub theme that almost welcomed ridicule from other grades’ SING!s, Soph-Frosh failed to impress but showed the two grades’ potential for success in the future. Soph-Frosh opened with a bland [...]
Acting as high school students doing a musical couldn’t have been pulled off better than by those who worked on the Stuyvesant Theater Community (STC) studio musical this year. Unlike past studio musicals, “Moby Dick! The Musical” was held in the cafeteria on Thursday, January 31 and Friday, February 1. Directed by senior Hannah Temkin [...]