The Science Survey

During the four years of Donald Trump’s presidency, New York City and the Bronx Science population have participated in many protests calling for progressive policies to be enacted.

Upcoming Supreme Court Nominees Pose the Biggest Threat to Democrats

June 21, 2020

Since the slate of Democratic candidates announced their campaigns, the Democratic Party has become inc...

Student climate justice activists from across New York City organized the September 20, 2020 Climate Strike, the largest day of environmental action to date.

What is the Next Step For the Youth Climate Justice Movement?

May 15, 2020

After a year of furtive protesting, climate activists across the world took to their laptops to celebrate...

President of The Bronx Science Business Society Sabin Alam ’20, is hopeful about the implications of BlackRock’s alleged divestment.

Blackrock’s Alleged Divestment, Plausible Greenwashing

April 7, 2020

Climate activists have long preached the efficacy of “people power” in the enactment of policy that...

President of the UNICEF club at Bronx Science, Sadia Safa ’20, believes that nations whose citizens currently reside in al-Hol have a duty to repatriate their citizens, “regardless of what they once did or believed in.” “If such situations do arise where the fear of terroirsm forces refugees to be stateless, then it is a call toward the inefficiency of the western world to really target who is dangerous and who is not.”

Detention Camp or Human Rights Nightmare? This is al-Hol

February 28, 2020

In a dusty corner of Northern Syria, a refugee camp without running water or electricity holds 70,000...

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