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Despite the snow, the rain or the Coronavirus pandemic, a U.S.P.S. truck and its courier leave a neighborhood after successfully delivering mail.

U.S.P.S. Troubles and Voting Struggles

Rahib Taher, Staff Reporter
November 4, 2020
Babou Gaye ’20, Juliet Daniel ’21, and Diana Campbell ’22 meet during a Zoom call. They are all part of the newly formed Anti-Racist Coalition that will be actively working to diversify curricula, to form a Student Diversity Committee and Racial Justice Board, and to work on restorative rather than disciplinary justice.

Black Lives Matter at Bronx Science

Edie Fine, Staff Reporter
June 16, 2020
Students spend four years of their high school careers preparing for college, as this Bronx Science student is doing in his meeting with Ms. McHugh, his Guidance counselor, to plan on the colleges to which he will apply.  The thought that many colleges will be online only during the Fall 2020 semester due to COVID-19 is one of the many terrible outcomes of this pandemic.

Zoom University 2024

Jean Namgung, Staff Reporter
May 15, 2020
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