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Art by Mika Simoncelli
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Vipers Start Undefeated

Vipers Start Undefeated

The fencers paused for a moment after the bout began, swords held in a defensive stance, carefully regarding the other’s movements. Then, quick as a flash, swords clicked as they danced across the floor of the gym at NEST+m, while the referees and coaches looked on. In what seemed like the blink of an eye,

Mercurial Eagles in Fourth Place at Season’s Midpoint

After winning consecutive city titles, Stuyvesant’s co-ed golf team, the Eagles, is looking to build another season of success. Though there were some concerns about the departure of star Niel Vyas (‘16), this season’s opener against Riverdale/Kingsbridge Academy seemed to put those worries to rest. With senior Nicholas Ng and junior Christopher Chan leading the

Photo by Stefan Engquist
Photo by Stefan Engquist

Hitmen Look to Bounce Back After Bronx Science Loss

Senior and co-captain Zachary Wakefield, with his doubles partner senior Julian Neuman, bore down against Hunter College High School’s tandem. After a back and forth rally with neither side giving in, the other team finally crumbled, and Stuyvesant won the point. Wakefield, fired up, shouted at the top of his lungs, simultaneously crushing Hunter’s late

Huskies on the Hunt Looking for 6 in a Row

Riding a five-game winning streak, the Stuyvesant girls’ lacrosse team looked forward to continuing its electric play in a rematch against Christopher Columbus Campus.  The first game between the two schools saw the Huskies win a closely contested battle by a score of 7-5.  They hoped to win by an even greater margin than their

A Solid Start for the Huskies

After having to miss multiple practices and four league games due to cold weather, the Huskies, Stuyvesant’s girls’ lacrosse team, began their season on March 27 against a KIPP NYC College Prep team. The girls were eager to finally start their season as they took charge of the field at Randall’s Island. The delayed start

Rocky Start Shows Pegleg Strength

Starting out the season with two losses, the Peglegs, Stuyvesant’s boys’ lacrosse team, were determined to come back strong to keep their playoff hopes alive. The Peglegs had lost to Albert Tuitt Educational Campus with a final score of 2-0 and Frederick Douglass Academy with a final score of 12-5. After these losses, the team