The Science Survey

 Getting bubble tea with friends is one of the activities that Bronx Science students are looking forward to the most, after Quarantine ends.

What Are Your Plans After Quarantine?

June 18, 2020

As our time in quarantine continues in the middle of June, events in New York City are still being p...

“This quarantine has really increased the popularity of 'Animal Crossing,' especially through social media, because people have been sharing their experiences on playing the game,” said Justin Zhong ’21.

Animal Crossing: The Solution to Quarantine Boredom?

May 9, 2020

With the current COVID-19 pandemic, most people across the globe are socially distancing at home. To...

Alivia Chen ’21 believes artificial intelligence technology can be used by travel corporations to disadvantage travelers.

Artificial Intelligence and the Travel Industry

April 7, 2020

Everyone is interested in cheaper travel. But often the cost of plane tickets, hotel bookings, and to...

Carolers from Bronx Science’s Chorus spread the holiday spirit by performing festive songs for their peers.

Bronx Science’s Chorus Goes Caroling

March 2, 2020

Christmas caroling originally dates back to 19th century Victorian England, when people first started...

Anthony Lim ’21, whose parents’ hometowns are affected by the forest fires, believes “more attention could definitely help find a better solution for this situation.”

The Man-Made Fires Choking Indonesia

November 24, 2019

The Amazon isn’t the only forest being burned to the ground at this very moment. On the other side...

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