Our SING! coverage continues on the web! See what goes on in the days leading up to SING!. View footage of principal Stanley Teitel making a cameo appearance in Soph-Frosh SING!’s final performance. Plus, an exclusive interview, SING! finales, mosh pit footage, Teitel’s macarena, and the announcement of the winners!
As the snow clears and the courts empty out, the boys’ handball team, The Dragons, is looking forward to another successful season. After finishing with a perfect, 12-0 regular season record in 2008, the team looks ready to build on its previous accomplishments. But this year poses a new challenge for the reigning Manhattan II [...]
Stuyvesant High School’s Free Hugs Club hosted its first ever wheelchair basketball game fundraiser on Thursday, February 12. Stuyvesant’s varsity basketball team, the Runnin’ Rebels, played the game in wheelchairs, which were provided by the Wheelchair Sports Federation, against the New York Nets, a professional wheelchair basketball team. Aided by a 30-point handicap at the [...]
Stuyvesant High School’s Building with Books club held its fourth annual Pie-a-Teacher fundraising event after school on Thursday, January 8 in the cafeteria. http://stuyspectator.com/2009/01/21/postponed-pie-a-teacher-event-successful/ Produced by Victor Ma. Photos by Sean Gorden-Loebl.
So who made new year’s resolutions this year? A web exclusive video. Interviews by Sharada Sridhar.
Stuyvesant Runnin’ Rebels vs. Beacon Blue Demons Boys’ Basketball | Friday, January 23, 2009
Friday, January 9, 2009 | Boys’ Basketball To watch in HD, go to http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d03JLCUNZWE and click on watch in HD. A production of The Spectator web department.
The 23rd annual Medical Ethics Symposium, entitled “Mind, Body and Beyond – A Journey through Spiritual Healing,” was held in the Murray Kahn Theater on December 18, 2008. The Symposium was run by biology teacher Roz Bierig and the students in her Medical Ethics class. “We want to introduce alternative methods of healing to people’s [...]
As part of “The Forgotten Film Reel”‘s feature on Darren Aronofsky’s “Pi” (1998), The Spectator corresponded with the acclaimed director. If you enjoyed “Pi: An Irrational Film,” check out the full interview here. The Spectator: I assume there’s no straightforward answer to this, but do you yourself have “faith in chaos? Darren Aronofsky: I dont. [...]
The Runnin’ Rebels, the boys’ varsity basketball team, started the season off with victories.