1. Light wind
5. Not a single person; alone
10. Styling of the hair often involving shears and combs
11. Michigan State University’s and San José State University’s mascot
12. Water falling from the sky
13. To remove pins
15. First name of the author of “Beloved”
17. Organizational strategy created by the Open Compliance and Ethics Group regarding ethical management, risk management and adherence to standards and laws, for short
19. Produced by fermenting milk with bacteria
21. A crucial or decisive point or situation, often a difficult or unstable time
22. Pertaining to an item of high quality from a past era
23. To acquire or gain possession
25. Small piece of kitchenware, usually with a handle, for drinking warm liquids
28. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s credits for compliance with the Renewable Fuel Standard program, for short
30. Plant genus whose petal data comprises a popular Kaggle dataset
31. Biological blueprints carried in DNA
32. Cool and swag, usually referring to clothing
35. To sustain with food or nutriment; to support and promote growth
36. The success in a competition or struggle; triumph
37. Coldplay song about unrequited love
38. Season characterized by the blossoming of flowers and warmer weather


2. Barrier often found on stairs or a balcony
3. Individually or per item
4. Consuming food
5. Describes movement in plants that is a response to stimuli but directionally independent of it
6. Common fastening device or a Hollywood actor’s first name
7. Obedient and respectful
8. Fleshy red fruit
9. Opens a fastener on clothing by pulling a tab
14. Essential nutrients found in meat, beans and nuts
16. Surname of sports commentator and hall of fame football player who was a wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys for 12 years
18. To say “hello” or welcome someone
20. Chemical element with the symbol Sn
21. Taxes on profit occurring from sales of assets, for short
23. Vegetables that might bring tears to your eyes in the kitchen
24. Katniss Everdeen in “The Hunger Games”
26. For example, “The Simpsons,” “South Park,” and “The Flintstones”
27. Tropical fruit with sweet orange flesh and central black seeds
28. To display again
29. Anxiety, worry or fear about a looming event or action
33. Cash register or drawer for storing money
34. Mark left on the skin after a wound has healed

Siddharth Chattoraj
Siddharth Chattoraj is the data editor for the 2023-24 school year. He was previously the assistant data editor and eventually co-data editor during the 2022-23 school year. He loves exploring the intersection of art and technology to discover solutions to new and existing problems. He also enjoys journalism, theater, marketing, running, and forming spontaneous plans with friends. Siddharth can be reached at