The Science Survey

Jason Post ‘19 strongly believes that all athletes, regardless of their sport, should receive some incentives for competing on college sports. As a member of Boys’ Varsity Fencing, this may apply to him, depending on the college in which he ultimately enrolls.

Pay the Kids!

March 25, 2019

From Kobe Bryant to LeBron James, athletes deemed ready for the next step have previously been allowed...

Coach Robert Vereb

A Tribute to Coach Bob Vereb

March 25, 2019

It was the laugh. That signature laugh heard throughout the halls, booming from the west gym every day...

LiChai Epperson ‘19 wears his favorite Chelsea jersey.

Inside the Rise of Sports Streaming

March 25, 2019

Many tech companies are fighting for the right to stream Thursday Night NFL games. Facebook has already...

The Boys' Gymnastics coach, Mr. Ismael Adames, retired from coaching the team in order to receive shoulder surgery.

No More Boys’ Gymnastics?

March 25, 2019

This year, although winter sports were in full swing, the Boys' Gymnastics team was unfortunately nowhere...

The attending players with their Coach, Mr. Skilins.

Girls’ Volleyball Team Attends Walk to End Alzheimer’s

December 12, 2018

On Sunday, September 16, 2018, six girls from the Girls' Varsity Volleyball team met at Purchase College...

Tate McLean '19 watches carefully for a chance to go in.

Passion Melts the Snow

December 12, 2018

As winter approaches, the winter breeze grows colder and colder. While many students choose to stay in...

On Sunday, June 3, 2018, many alumni returned to Bronx Science for Alumni Day in celebration of the school's 80th anniversary, and many admired the Hall of Fame installation in the main lobby.

Beyond The Years: For the Present, the Hall of Fame Represents More than the Past

May 30, 2018

The Bronx Science lobby is now crowded. While current students enter and exit from the cafeteria, the...

Barry Mazur ’54

May 30, 2018

Mathematician, professor, and Bronx Science alumnus Barry Mazur ’54 now holds several prestigious awards,...

Kristina Ang '18 is attending Parsons in the fall, fulfilling her designer dreams.

The Artists at Science

May 10, 2018

Bronx Science is well-known for being filled with a wide-range of talented students. From Speech and...

Tenzi Zhouga '19 expresses her thoughts about unions.

Concerns on the Future of Unions

May 2, 2018

Unions throughout history have provided negotiation platforms between union members and the businesses...

Kilala Vincent '18 thought that 'Black Panther' was exhilarating and hopes to see more representation for all cultures in future movies.

Review: ‘Black Panther’ Breaks Barriers

May 2, 2018

Black History Month saw the release of Marvel’s ‘Black Panther,’ the first movie headlining a black...

George Crooks '19, Columnist.

My Shining American Star: A Review of the New World for Tonya Harding

May 2, 2018

There never was a tale so deserving of the moniker “modern myth” as the story of Tonya Harding. A...

Gearod Murphy '19 with a slew of Marvel and DC superhero comics, including The Flash, Iron Man, Captain America, and The Avengers.

The Comic Film Craze of the 21st Century

May 2, 2018

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is the nineteenth film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film series, and...

“Whether in your favor or not, gerrymandering is wrong and undemocratic,” said David Lipkin ’18.

Pennsylvania Redraws Gerrymandered Districts

May 1, 2018

In anticipation of the 2018 midterm elections, the Supreme Court voted on February 5, 2018, that Pennsylvania’s...

DeWitt Clinton High School is one of the many NYC DOE schools in the renewal program.

De Blasio’s School Renewal Program Spirals to Failure

May 1, 2018

In a typical high school classroom, students furiously scribble notes as the teacher quickly flips through...

Mian Hua Zheng ’19 exhibits great passion for the investment for pure water. “I think having clean and drinkable water is very important. If we can’t even even guarantee the basic sanitation of the water, a necessity, we use to clean, wash food, and drink daily, ‘water’ we supposed to trust?” Zheng said.

City Invests One Billion Dollars in Improving Tap Water

May 1, 2018

New York is renowned as one of the few cities in the country that can supply most of its tap water without...

Timothy Zhao '19 plans on taking Mathematical Applications in Engineering during his senior year.

Differentiating the Course Additions

May 1, 2018

The Math Department is welcoming three new courses for the 2018-2019 academic year. These exciting additions...

A New Direction for Co-Ed Wrestling

December 4, 2017

Cheers echoed throughout the gym as last year’s Co-Ed Wrestling Team finished up their final match...

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