The Science Survey

Katarina Kovacevic '20, a devoted long-time supporter of Bernie Sanders, will be voting for Joe Biden in the November 2020 Presidential election.

A Trolley, a Lever, and the 2020 Presidential Election

May 11, 2020

Before you lies a lever, a runaway trolley, and a split in the tracks. Left untampered with, the track...

In spite of its privacy scandals, Facebook remains a popular social tool for students.

Democracy Fails in the Age of Corporate Surveillance

April 12, 2020

In 1997, at a meeting of the Federal Trade Commission, tech executives and government officials fierce...

Eugene Hong '20 rarely tunes in to the Grammys, but he strongly supports the diversification in this year’s nominees. “It’s inspiring to see the progress we’re making,” Hong said.

2020’s Grammy Nominees: Finally Diverse?

February 28, 2020

As is the case with most industries, diversification in the world of music comes slowly. In a chilli...

Ula Pranevicius ‘20 is a powerful force in the student-led fight for integration within the NYC public school system.

New York City’s Schools: Still Separate and Unequal

June 30, 2019

Sixty-five years ago on May 17th, the Supreme Court reached a verdict on one of the most monumental j...

Mr. Grossman listens intently during a class discussion on George Orwell's '1984' in his sophomore English class.

In the era of “Alternative Facts,” George Orwell’s ‘1984’ Rings Truer than Ever

December 26, 2018

In July of 2018, the president of the United States made a declaration to a group of veterans that wou...

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