The Science Survey

On a vacant street in Ormond Beach, Florida stands Josephine Kinlan '22. Kinlan is a Staff Reporter for ‘The Science Survey.' During quarantine, she frequently exercised safely outdoors, dabbled in arts and cooking, and has recently been training for volleyball as summer approaches. The media sparked her interest in how COVID-19 has been disproportionately affecting underprivileged communities, and she felt strongly that the issues at play were worth writing about; in the wake of the massive Black Lives Matter movement agenda, she also feels that these realities are of the greatest importance to be discussing at this moment, so that as a nation we can move forward with more equality for all and a greater sense of unity.

How COVID-19 Has Highlighted Both Systemic Privilege and Oppression

June 21, 2020

Back in March 2020, most of America went under lockdown in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 from rea...

In the main lobby of the Bronx High School of Science stands Josephine Kinlan ’22, posing for a previous article on style. Kinlan is a Staff Reporter for ‘The Science Survey’ and a Student Life Section reporter for ‘The Observatory.’ During quarantine, she enjoys exercising safely outdoors and frequently takes long jogs in Central Park, where she saw the field hospital for the first time. This sparked her interest in the field hospital’s quick construction, and led her to research the topic and write this article.

Central Park Hosts a Field Hospital to Treat COVID-19 Patients

May 12, 2020

New York City, the “city that never sleeps,” typically full of hustling natives and eager tourists,...

In the main lobby of Bronx Science stands Melody Moulton ’20, current President of the BOSS/WIS Club at Bronx Science. “I thought the underlying message of the commercial was that black people have had a tremendous influence on people's lives, leading to their accomplishments being among ‘the most searched’ on Google.” said Moulton, when asked about what she thought the commercial conveyed.

Google’s Black History Month Commercial

April 8, 2020

Beyonce, LeBron James, Kendrick Lamar, Maya Angelou. These idols, according to Google’s statistics,...

In the Bronx Science lobby stands Kate Reynolds, ’21, who believes that Rodney Reed deserves a fair trial. “There has been enough evidence revealed in the two decades since Stites' murder that points to her fiancée as a potential suspect that Reed clearly deserves a retrial. 
Hopefully, this one will not be marred by the same injustices and racial bias that characterized his first trial,” said Reynolds.

Prejudice Against Rodney Reed in Stacey Stites’ Mysterious Death

March 3, 2020

On April 23rd of 1998, in the Bastrop County of Texas, 19-year old Stacey Stites left for work at 3 a.m.,...

In one of her ninth grade history classes, history teacher Ms. Meyers listens to one of her students discuss the lesson. Ms. Meyers understands the concern with the current issues but feels that packing the court is not a very good idea.

Should Democrats Pack the Courts or Pack their Bags?

December 17, 2019

The world of politics has become one that many seldom wish to discuss. It causes much discomfort, and...

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