The Science Survey

Lola Berger ’20 and Caroline Chin ’20 question the consequences of the anti-vaccination movement.

Social Media’s Influence on the Anti-Vax Movement

November 24, 2019

The increasing prevalence of misinformation dispersed on social media and throughout the web has allo...

Sarah Mack ’19 advocates for better treatment of animals, saying, ““I don’t think eating meat is bad, but the way we raise animals for consumption is inhumane. I don’t want to contribute to that.”

Eat Your Veggies!

June 30, 2019

High meat consumption is a large problem in the United States. The average American consumed about 222 pou...

As November 6th, 2018 rolls around, voting registration kits serve as a way to combat voter suppression by providing resources and information about the election process.

Red or Blue: The Lasting Implications of the Midterm Elections on November 6th, 2018

October 30, 2018

With many Congressional seats up for replacement, the upcoming midterm elections serve as a critical t...

Amelia Volpe ’21 thinks that President Trump should recognize Pride Month and “the millions of people who deserve to be happy.

The Implications Behind Trump’s Failure to Acknowledge Pride Month Last Year

June 2, 2018

The White House’s failure to acknowledge June as Pride Month under Donald Trump’s presidency las...

“It’s not very diplomatic of Trump to make  disparaging comments. Immigrants from underdeveloped countries are supposed to come to first world nations like America,” Saad Salam ’19 said. “It’s ignorant to discriminate against them but accept those from countries like Norway.”

An Analysis of President Trump’s Recent Foreign Policy Comments

May 7, 2018

Notable for his unconventional style as president, it is no surprise that President Donald Trump’s...

Sydney Gazard ’20 poses with a cheetah during her trip to Australia.

Travels, Studies, and a Break Full of Plans

March 4, 2018

As Bronx Science students left school on December 22, 2017, anticipation and excitement hung in the air....

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