The Science Survey

Many Bronx Science students have turned to each other for music recommendations. They share playlists in order to find new tunes and new methods of relaxing. “Listening to music has helped me to make sense of the uncertain times that we live in now,” said Phoebe Anne Marbid ’21.

Tuning in Together in a Time of a Crisis: The Soothing Power of Music

June 22, 2020

With so much unstructured time at home during the last few months of quarantine, Timothy Brett ’21...

The statue to be unveiled in August 2020 is long overdue. “I’m surprised it took so long for there to be a statue of non-fictional women in Central Park.” said Kate Reynolds ’21.

Breaking the Bronze Ceiling: A Women’s Rights Pioneers Monument in Central Park

May 15, 2020

On a walk through Central Park, you might find yourself beside the sculpted versions of William Shakespeare...

Dinah Landsman ’23 sees importance in what 'Sex Education' does to fill in the gaps that the sex education curriculum in many public schools often creates. “The show is really good because it brings awareness to everything sex education in schools doesn’t,” said Landsman.

Netflix’s Sex Education Season 2: A Success!

April 7, 2020

The Netflix original series Sex Education depicts students navigating the awkward and tricky times of ado...

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