The Science Survey

As COVID-19 forced New York to be in a state of lockdown starting on March 19th, 2020, many students and their families had to stay at home, which left many parents unemployed.

A Universal Problem: How Unemployment Affects the Bronx Science Community

June 21, 2020

During the Coronavirus pandemic, people are being affected in a myriad of different ways. Some have be...

Angela Phuong, Editorial Columnist.

At a Snail’s Pace: How the Federal Government Responded to the Coronavirus Pandemic

May 11, 2020

Within the chaos of the current COVID-19 pandemic, many things have been left up in the air, leading to ...

A board that shows the effect of Jim Crow laws on African Americans living in the South.

An Unusual Connection

April 7, 2020

Bronx Science students learn and celebrate Black History Month in many different ways. One unexpected ...

Anika Thapar ’21 is concerned about what is happening in Xinjiang. “The Chinese government has no right to incarcerate innocent people due to their religious beliefs.”

The Fight Continues in the Xinjiang Region in China

March 3, 2020

Being part of an ethnic minority group is hard. There exists so many different forms of prejudice an...

Dr. O’Leary is a teacher in the Biology Department at Bronx Science with a PhD in Epidemiology. She was concerned with with the Ebola Outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo since August 2018 and she also thinks that there should be more resources sent to Congo to help with the outbreak and prevent the virus from spreading to other areas before it is too late.

Ebola Strikes Again

November 24, 2019

Ebola. This virus is spread after having physical contact with blood, secretions, organs or other bodily...

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