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 For many Cubans, baseball is a way to hang on to their national identity and culture.

La Pelota: More than a Cuban Pastime

June 18, 2020

To say that baseball is the most popular sport in Cuba is to underestimate the cultural and social effects...

Your EICs are back again with more advice! Pictured in a Zoom meeting, from top right: Celeste Abourjeili '20, Daniela Castro '20, Cameron Leo '20, Leann Goldberg '20, Sofia Mahairas '20 (Not pictured: Kaitlyn Romanger '20)

May 2020 Advice Column: Quarantine Edition

May 15, 2020

Hey, Bronx Science! We hope that you are all still staying safe and healthy during our continued quarantine...

Bronx Science Class of 2020 seniors gather around the courtyard on November 1, 2020, the standard date for early college applications, for ‘Senior Scream’ in order to commemorate their efforts together.

Seniors’ Last Words on Virtual Celebrations During the Coronavirus Pandemic

May 9, 2020

“Canceled,” “suspended,” and “pushed back” are words that the Class of 2020 have come to ...

Your favorite Editors-in-Chief, coming to you with more advice! 
(Not pictured: Cameron Leo, Celeste Abourjeili & Leann Goldberg)

April 2020 Advice Column

April 10, 2020

From the Editors: Hi everyone!! We hope you and your families are all safe and doing well during this di...

Mr. Lee, a biology teacher at Bronx Science, misses his days working as a radio journalist. “Sadly, radio as we know it today and as I remember it may not be that way in twenty years. Who's going to play the classic rock tunes that we are familiar with now? Will they matter at all?”

From Radio Host, to Bronx Science

March 6, 2020

It’s probably hard to imagine your teacher beyond the context of a classroom, but to students’ s...

(Left to right: Haley Sim, Ruby Hogue, Aline Marrero, Sylvie Koenigsberg)
“This has been a really exciting and fulfilling experience for me and my creative side,” Aline Marrero ’20.

Shakespearean Vibes: Our 2019 CUNY Poetry Contest Winners

December 9, 2019

“Do you love writing poetry and are you interested in meeting a famous American poet?” If you ha...

 “I think it's been really important in developing a community for Latino/Hispanic students at our school,” said Elijah Fernandez. (Pictured Left to Right: Elijah Fernandez, Secretary; Gabriela Gaddam and Melanie Tejeda, Co-Presidents)

¡Vivo Latino!

June 30, 2019

It’s Wednesday after school and the ‘fiesta’ is just about to get started! In Room 110 are the me...

“I was disappointed, but not shocked. Now we all just need to prepare for what’s coming,” Marina Mengual ’20 said.

Nobody Expected the Spanish ‘Reconquista’

March 25, 2019

Spain’s immunity to far-right politics gave out after last year’s regional elections in Andalucí...

Zoe Cooper before the Girls' Varsity 3.1 Mile Race at Van Cortlandt Park, in the Bronx.

The Cooper Phenomenon

December 24, 2018

Bronx Science’s extensive curriculum and hefty workload can be  challenging, especially when a student is tr...

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