The Science Survey

Students enjoy the option of chocolate milk with their lunch

Plain Milk, But Not a Plain Menu

December 17, 2019

Enjoy your chocolate milk while you can; it may not be here for long. The New York City Department of...

Students like Hina Zahid ’20 have strong opinions regarding the ongoing issue of the student debt crisis, vocalizing 
concerns over college finances.

Student Debt Contender: Cornell University

December 17, 2019

In an age of exponentially increasing student debt, the United States has accumulated over $1.5 trillion...

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

December 17, 2019

Three hundred and seventy people. That is how many people have died at Rikers Island since 2001. A fact...

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

June 11, 2019

At the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), you’ll find art by world renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso,...

A view of the skull caps on co-ed wrestling captains Lyn Kajihara '19 and Zainab Mridha '19.

Skull Cap to No Cap

June 11, 2019

It’s early morning on a Saturday and you are surrounded by large circled mats as the sound of whistles,...

The Girls’ Varsity Table Tennis team claim their 
championship banner.

The Girls’ Table Tennis Team Claims the PSAL Championship!

June 11, 2019

The Girls' Table Tennis team had to overcome many challenges as they recruited several new members on...

Ellen Ren ‘19 browses through Subtle Asian Traits’ homepage, which is the source of hundreds of new posts every day.

Subtle Asian Traits

June 11, 2019

In September 2018, Facebook welcomed a new group to its community: Subtle Asian Traits (known to some...

Joy Lin’19 discovered the positive impact 
of the KonMari Method.

Tidying up With Marie Kondo

June 11, 2019

Cluttering is a huge problem in people’s homes that everyone is all too familiar with. It is a problem...

Members of Stitch & Relax start off with the basics, learning how to cast-on.

Knitting Up a Storm

March 25, 2019

Every day is a challenge for Bronx Science students.  Workloads increase, sleep schedules become...

Mr. Gazzola speaks to his class about the dynamics 
of the plot in Shakespeare's 'Macbeth.'

The Origins of Honors Speech

March 25, 2019

First introduced by Richard Sodikow in the 1970s, Forensics, now known as Honors Speech, was once a class...

“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

March 25, 2019

In today’s society, entertainment industries, social media, and celebrities play a major role in shaping...

“The very system designed to promote diversity among colleges pits minority against minority,” Alex Tembelis ’21 said. “We can do better.”

Harvard, Why the Bias Against Asian-Americans?

December 13, 2018

Courage. Likability. Kindness. These traits were among the many used to negatively rate Asian-American...

Sophie Zinberg ’19 believes reform is needed to preserve the balance of power in our judicial and political systems.

Bigger Than Trump

December 13, 2018

The amount of attention on America’s judicial system is almost unprecedented; the media coverage and...

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