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As COVID-19 makes its way through the United States, a large variety of antibody tests are becoming available to the public.

Coronavirus Antibody Testing

June 18, 2020

When the Coronavirus pandemic reached the United States at large in early 2020, there was low quality and...

The halls of Bronx Science, once bustling with students, are now quiet as New York City enforces stay at home orders in hopes to flatten the curve of COVID-19. The history of pandemics, however, suggests the possibility of a new spike in cases during the fall, to the dismay of New York City residents.

Writing a New Chapter in History

June 18, 2020

In the late 1340s, what became known as the Black Death or the Bubonic Plague emerged, killing approxi...

With more time on their hands than ever, Bronx Science students are learning to make some of their favorite foods at home.

How are Bronx Science Students Dealing with Isolation During the Coronavirus Pandemic?

May 15, 2020

During these trying times, staying home is the least that we can do to protect one another. For the sa...

Coach Maraj looks forward to facing new challenges with the Girls’ Varsity Swimming team after a successful season.

Welcoming a New Member of the Bronx Science Athletics Community

April 8, 2020

A new coach has joined the Bronx Science community! Coaching the Girls’ Varsity Swimming team, the Girl...

A diehard fan since the start of Eilish’s career in 2017, Suporna Das ’20 proudly wears her Billie Eilish t-shirt.

Breaking Grammy Records

April 8, 2020

At just eighteen years old, singer-songwriter Billie Eilish broke Grammy records, winning the “Big Fou...

Reader of the Percy Jackson and the Olympians book series, Sumaya Khoshnobish ’20, could not help but initially doubt the quality of 'The Lightning Thief' the musical due to her negative feelings about 'The Lightning Thief' movie.

The Lightning Thief, the Musical

February 28, 2020

Subha Laskar ’20 fondly remembers waiting months for the next book in Rick Riordan’s series to c...

Picketers stand in the cold with thick coats and scarves on in order to fight the problems that Montefiore is facing. “At Montefiore, we currently have a few issues, not just with patient ratios and trying to make sure that the patients get the proper amount of care, but we’re also struggling with hallway patients right now and overcrowding,” said Michelle Gonzalez (not featured in image). “So we’re trying to make sure that every patient in the Bronx has health equity.”

Every Patient is a V.I.P.

June 30, 2019

On February 13, 2019, a horde of medical professionals and hospital staff marched in 40 degree weather re...

Students perform the Child’s Pose or Balasana, a pose that’s great for stretching the back, opening up the hips, and relaxing the mind.

Sun Salutations Will Clear Your Frustrations

March 25, 2019

In-school yoga classes are one of the new glowing aspects of Bronx Science’s Physical Education courses. Aim...

Cassie Tian '19 of the Girls' Varsity Tennis team serves a ball during a match at the Williamsbridge Oval Park.

Sports Appreciation

December 24, 2018

When thinking of Bronx Science, the idea of athletic prowess is not the first thing that come into the ...

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