The Science Survey

Flowers bloom on the car-free street to definitively herald the start of summer.

Phase 2: What Lies Ahead for New York’s Scenery

June 22, 2020

Today, June 22, 2020, marks the beginning of Phase 2 of the re-opening plan for New York City as we enter...

There is a communal courtyard for the companies working in the building, available for use once the Coronavirus pandemic restrictions are lifted.

Visions of the Future: New Developments in Long Island City

June 18, 2020

While touring a potential office for work, once the appropriate phase of "re-opening" happens, I thought...

Madison Avenue, once the commercial hub of the area, is currently free of traffic.

“Not So Ghost”-Town: New York City is Slowly Coming Back

June 17, 2020

Armed with a camera and face mask, I set out in search of visions of New York City where people were...

The twin peaks of The San Remo, an Upper West Side Manhattan apartment building, are an iconic view from the reservoir.

Manhattan Above the Treetops

May 30, 2020

The Manhattan skyline is one of the most iconic elements of our beautiful city, even in ugly times. Despite...

Pink flower bushes bloom in the warm weather bearing fruits of park workers' labor.

The Great Outdoors Meets Social Distancing

May 25, 2020

School is virtual only right now, but Bronx Science students can still stay in touch with their friends,...

Isabel Bernstein '20 and Sabin Alam '20 wear pink for Breast Cancer Awareness.

Community Service in Our Community

May 15, 2020

Community service is one of the backbones of a society that works for everyone, and we are all thankful...

Photos taken during Quarantine reflect the stillness of New York City.

Carl Schurz Park: Some Photos Taken Along the East River During Quarantine

May 9, 2020

Taking extra care to practice social distancing and keep my face covered, I take daily walks through...

Mr Carli teaches a class of Latin, a language not dead at Bronx Science!

World Language Classes at Bronx Science

May 1, 2020

Bronx Science boasts not only the ability to take nearly every AP offered by the College Board, but also...

A Short Hike Along the Tracks

A Short Hike Along the Tracks

April 24, 2020

Along with many of my fellow Bronx Science students, as a New Yorker, I find myself longing for the chance...

William Nacos '20 presents at the board during Mr Blessent's French class.

Savoring Senior Year

April 14, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has certainly shaken the student population at Bronx Science, with many seniors...

The opening match at a sold-out AEW Dynamite show.

WWE’s Biggest Competition in Nearly Two Decades

December 17, 2019

In the late 90s, Vince McMahon’s World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Raw and Ted Turner’s World Championship...

Lakers fan Alex Basquial ‘20 is excited to see how dominant the new Lakers roster will be after the off-season changes.

A Preview of the Upcoming NBA Season

December 17, 2019

After one of the most eventful off-seasons ever, the NBA finally returned on October 22nd, 2o19. NBA...

From left to right: Babou Gaye '20, Anthony 
Bonavita '20, and Towfiq Rahman '21.

Behind the Scenes with the Student Organization / Cabinet

December 17, 2019

You may have seen them on Wolverine TV, spamming your e-mails, or even sitting next to you during class....

Julian Ramcharan, '20, has strong opinions 
on the case of Brown's conduct on and off the field.

The Antonio Brown Fiasco

December 17, 2019

Under the bright lights and in the spotlight of national television, it is important to act a certain...

Zeshaan Ahmad ’20, has a friend who has struggled with the effects of police suicide firsthand, and believes the current plan to remedy the trend could be a long-term solution. “I think the NYPD is on the right track to ensuring this never happens again. It’s clear they care about the mental health of their officers,” Ahmad said.

The Boys in Blue Need Help Too

December 17, 2019

Ten officers. That’s the amount of NYC police officers, retired or active, that have taken their own...

Future voters like Sylvie Klingborg ’21 keep up to date with impeachment by reading articles online.

Impeachment Begins

December 17, 2019

On September 24th, 2019, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced an official impeachment inquiry...

Despite representing 70% of the enrollment of the NYC public school system as a whole, African-American and Hispanic students currently make up only 
23% of gifted and talented programs citywide.

The Controversial Plan to Eliminate NYC Gifted Programs

December 17, 2019

Two months ago, the School Diversity Group formed by Mayor Bill de Blasio released a report recommending...

Ms. Lane with her signature, heartwarming smile.

A Tribute To Velma Lane

June 11, 2019

She called us her role model students. With a bright smile and warm voice, she greeted every student...

Bronx Science students protest on the steps of City Hall on March 15th, 2019 for the global youth climate strike.

Pro : Green New Deal

June 11, 2019

On November 13th, 2018, hundreds of young people from Sunrise Movement, a new youth-led grassroots movement...

Edie Fine ’21 writes a spoken word piece 
for a special activity.

Cultivating Leaders of Peace

June 11, 2019

Impromptu dance parties in the small hall, color games, and two-hour dialogue sessions about facing conflict...

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