The Science Survey

While Radia Basher ’21 enjoyed 'Never Have I Ever', she did notice that the show would include references to popular South Asians in order to “fit in” with American pop culture.

A Complex Character: A Review of ‘Never Have I Ever’

June 22, 2020

I will admit, when 'Never Have I Ever' first came out on Netflix, I was wary to watch it. I put off wat...

Tasnimul Rafid ’21 Lola Murti ’21 are the Wolverine TV anchors for the 2019-2020 academic year. While the two cannot wear their classic matching outfits to film at school, Murti still enjoys producing content at home because she is able to learn more about students’ and teachers’ lives outside of school.

“And as Always…” Wolverine TV During Quarantine

May 6, 2020

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, many media companies have recently begun producing their content remotel...

Sarah Lydon ’21 finds the British media’s portrayal of Meghan Markle  to be unacceptable. “It is one thing to criticize Markle for her actions when in power, but it is another thing to criticize her for her actions simply because of her race, which is what the majority of the British media did during her time as Duchess,” she said.

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex Are Stepping Back, but Standing Up to the Media

April 8, 2020

On May 19th, 2018, Prince Harry exchanged vows with Meghan Markle, a former American actress. Set in a b...

Members of the Bronx Science Speech and Debate team demand climate justice as they chant songs of protest.

Bronx Science Students Strike For Climate Action

November 24, 2019

“We’re gonna strike for you, will you strike for us?” This was the chant that Edie Fine, Nayu Shim...

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