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Mr. Blessent’s LGBTQ+ icon arts project is displayed throughout the hallways; he seeks to promote a more inclusive school environment.

Education Has Set The Record A Little Too Straight

December 17, 2019

When Lennox Gregoire ’20 was in eighth grade, her literature class read ‘A Separate Peace’ by John...

‘Your winner’s dream is the essence of who you are.  So imagine it, be ever loyal to it, and be forever inspired by it.”  Bill McDermott’s quote above us encaptures the drive all of the women in my group during their time in Kode with Klossy.

Kode with Klossy Keeps the Momentum Going

December 17, 2019

When supermodel Karlie Kloss is not walking on the runway, she is earning titles as a philanthropist,...

Penny, junior Haley Sim’s dog, who she adopted from a Korean adoption agency during the fall semester. “My dog is a part of my family, so if she were confiscated on the grounds that she was a public danger, I would feel extremely frustrated and angry, especially knowing firsthand that she serves no danger to the public,” Sim said.

Who (Won’t) Let the Dogs Out?

June 11, 2019

In New York City, walking dogs on the street in the morning is a normal routine for many. There are golden...

Movies Crossword

Movies Crossword

March 25, 2019

Across 2. A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. 4. “Birdbox,” but for your ears… 5....

 Ananya Roy, ‘20, is involved with the organization Youth Justice Board, which helps students to advocate for changes in public policy.

Making Your Voice Heard

March 25, 2019

Many students at Bronx Science feel as though their voice doesn’t matter in the world at large. They...

Key Club members Jessica Alonso ’22 and Eva Manabat ’22 concentratedly write Macy’s letters to Santa for the Make A Wish Foundation during a Key Club meeting.

The Giving Tree of Winter

March 25, 2019

With the cold winter season, the homeless resided on the streets, hoping for a winter miracle. Bronx...

Rahil Ahmed ’20 eating bread, the portion of his school lunch that does not have meat.

A Hunger for Halal

December 12, 2018

The New York City Department of Education (DOE) recently announced that breakfast and lunch are completely...

Hi Bronx Science!  This is Artea Brahj ’19 and Payel Islam ’19 and this is the first edition of our advice column, dedicated to providing useful tips and answering questions to make your experience at Bronx Science the best it can be. If you have any questions that you would like to be featured in the next column, please feel free to email us at either brahaja@bxscience.edu or islamp@bxscience.edu

Advice with Artea and Payel: First-Year Edition

December 12, 2018

Tests, homework, and projects, oh my! It’s no secret that adjusting to the pace and rigor of high school...

Cassie Tian ’19, who has considered Serena Williams a role model, considers Williams’ actions during the match immature.

Serena Williams: A Victim of Herself

December 12, 2018

This year’s U.S. Open has seen its share of controversies. In the first round, Alize Cornet of France...

Sameer Chowdhury ’19 shares his opinion on the Serena Williams controversy at the 2018 Women’s U.S. Open Finals

Serena Williams Facing a Dishonorable Ruling

December 12, 2018

Serena Williams, in pursuit of winning her record-breaking twenty-fourth Grand Slam Title, lost to Naomi...

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