The Science Survey

Students enjoy the option of chocolate milk with their lunch

Plain Milk, But Not a Plain Menu

Samantha Cavusoglu, Staff Reporter
December 17, 2019
Melanie Tejeda ’20 believes we still have 
a ways to go in terms of prison reform 
in both New York City and our country.

New York’s New Jails

Ula Pranevicius, Staff Reporter
December 17, 2019
For student art enthusiasts like Amanda Chen ’19, MOMA’s closing during the summer is unfortunate, as that is when students have the most time to enjoy the collections.

MoMA’s Temporary Shutdown

Christina Pan, Staff Reporter
June 11, 2019
A view of the skull caps on co-ed wrestling captains Lyn Kajihara '19 and Zainab Mridha '19.

Skull Cap to No Cap

Lyn Kajihara, Staff Reporter
June 11, 2019
Ellen Ren ‘19 browses through Subtle Asian Traits’ homepage, which is the source of hundreds of new posts every day.

Subtle Asian Traits

Estee Yi, Staff Reporter
June 11, 2019
Joy Lin’19 discovered the positive impact 
of the KonMari Method.

Tidying up With Marie Kondo

Elton Moy, Staff Reporter
June 11, 2019
Members of Stitch & Relax start off with the basics, learning how to cast-on.

Knitting Up a Storm

Sowad Ocean Karim, Staff Reporter
March 25, 2019
Mr. Gazzola speaks to his class about the dynamics 
of the plot in Shakespeare's 'Macbeth.'

The Origins of Honors Speech

Pinkey Lam, Staff Reporter
March 25, 2019
“The ‘passion’ part is indescribable to me...the presence of dance movements helps me to socially get along with people,” said Daniela Noelle Alavazo ’20.

Dancers At Bronx Science

Caitlin Yeung, Staff Reporter
March 25, 2019
Sophie Zinberg ’19 believes reform is needed to preserve the balance of power in our judicial and political systems.

Bigger Than Trump

Adam Israelevitz, Staff Reporter
December 13, 2018
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