The Science Survey

Economics Club

Economics Club

May 25, 2020

There are many great clubs at Bronx Science, one of which is the Economics Club. The Economics Club teaches...

Presentation of Science Research Projects

Presentation of Science Research Projects

May 25, 2020

Earlier this year, students spent time and effort compiling research and innovating for their Science...

Students preparing for Climate Week

Climate Week

May 25, 2020

Earlier this year, for Climate Week, students got together to show their love for the earth and to support...

Students present their  poster boards.

Spanish Class Health Fair

May 4, 2020

Earlier this year, the Spanish Department hosted a Health Fair in which students got together and prese...

Snowy tree

Winter at Bronx Science

May 4, 2020

During the winter, the Bronx science campus adopts a cold kind of beauty. With snow coming down and the l...

A group of friends poses on campus.

Great Group Portraits

April 25, 2020

In the wake of Covid-19, all of us have been separated from our friends and need to stay inside for the...

Jason Bohner ’20 is involved in a number of groups that are still pushing for the release of funds promised by the CFE.

The Debt We’re Owed

December 17, 2019

Outdated textbooks, cuts in arts programs, and decaying buildings — New Yorkers know the hallmarks...

Mr. Dahlem, a health teacher at Bronx Science, is an advocate for universal healthcare.

Universal Healthcare: Is it Feasible?

December 17, 2019

How often do you worry about your healthcare? Probably not often. As a young adult, it is a topic which...

The NYCHA Queens management office handles the complaints from residents regarding apartment conditions.

Public Housing Goes Downhill

March 25, 2019

Cold wind crept inside the apartment, while droplets of water fell beside the young girl. A furry rat...

Olivia Chen ’20 is one of many Americans asked, ‘Where are you from?” by those who wish to learn about her ethnicity.

“Where Are You From?”

March 25, 2019

Over the summer, I went on a trip to Quebec with my family. When we arrived at the hotel, we were told...

“There’s no doubt that AI is developing, technology-wise, at a very fast pace,” said Darius Barbano ’19.

Our Future With Artificial Intelligence

March 25, 2019

We are in the age of technology and, more specifically, artificial intelligence. From self-checkout to...

Sylvie Klingborg ’21 advocates for missionaries to respect the wishes of uncontacted groups.

Contacting the Uncontacted

March 25, 2019

For some, a world before smartphones is unimaginable. Others can’t fathom life without electricity....

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