The Science Survey

While the mental health care system isn't fully capable of giving the best care to their patients, we can still reach out to the people we love. Whether we call, text, or zoom, it's important to check in with those we know who are struggling.

Depressing Injustices in Mental Health Care in America

June 21, 2020

Mental illness can be debilitating. It can end lives and relationships, put otherwise capable people ou...

While scientists around the world sacrifice the typical methods in their tests for a cure, students at Bronx Science study the fundamentals of chemistry and learn about the importance of adhering to procedure.

Remdesivir: Miracle or Myth in the Fight Against Coronavirus?

May 15, 2020

With the global pandemic putting pressure on scientific communities everywhere, there has been a scramble to te...

For many major studios, financials are everything. While green-lighting movies created by up and coming women and people of color can often be seen as a risk, we can best show our support through going out and watching these movies.

Hollywood is Stuck in a Black and White World

April 14, 2020

“Oh my God.” Halle Berry stood from her cushioned seat, gripping her dress as she took the stage...

Sophia Korono ’20, a supporter of impeachment, believes that President Donald Trump is a bad influence on world politics.

A Call to Impeach

June 1, 2019

With the Mueller Report having been released on April 18th, we now know that President Donald Trump has...

A student spends his lunch period doing homework, holding a pencil instead of a fork.

Why Students Aren’t Eating Healthy Foods

December 11, 2018

When Bronx Science students leave school to grab a quick bite, the first thing they see are three food t...

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