The Science Survey

My mother and I take this time to support each other through the ever-changing circumstances and ever-persevering stressors We spent Mother's Day in quarantine by giving each other makeovers.

Pandemic Productivity is Not a Priority

May 30, 2020

There’s a buzz from your phone, rested on overdue paperwork. It’s on the desk next to the spring ...

Does Ethical ‘Billionairism’ Exist?

April 14, 2020

Bushfires raged over hundreds of hectares in Australia starting late December 2019, forcing thousand...

Edie Fine’21, board member of the Young Democrats club at Bronx Science, advocated for gun control reforms at the March For Our Lives after the Parkland shooting in 2018. “Your right to a gun does not precede my right to live. #enough,” reads one of the signs.

The Pitfalls of the Shooter Stereotype

February 25, 2020

Involved in school activities and fairly popular, sixteen-year-old Nathaniel Berhow of Santa Clarita was alw...

“No matter which party you identify with, humanitarian issues still remain pressing and prevalent until a decision is made,” said Shezwana Chowdhury ’20, a member of several clubs promoting activism at Bronx Science.

Trump Denies Devastated Puerto Rico

November 24, 2019

In the past months, an influx of hurricanes have devastated equatorial countries, like India and Mexic...

Jade Shen ‘20 encourages involvement in activism and intersectionality to her friends, family, and comembers within Girls Who Code.

Corrupt Companies Cover Up

March 18, 2019

From producers Kevin Spacey to Harvey Weinstein, and Justice Brett Kavanaugh to former U.S. Representative T...

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