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Farm fresh pesto and thick Greek yogurt make a delicious but unorthodox topping for homemade scallion pancakes. This is somewhat heretical in the world of Chinese cuisine, but quarantine cooking is all about creativity and fun, is it not?

Bronx Science’s Quarantine Cookbook

June 22, 2020

Hello, readers!  I hope you’ve been staying safe, healthy, and engaged during quarantine. To...

Lin’s parents stand inside of their toy warehouse. “It hasn't been that hard balancing my volunteering efforts with school since my parents do most of the work. I usually go to the warehouse on weekends when I don't have school to help pack masks, since we also have been mailing them out to people,” said YuZhen Lin.

A Masked Army of Volunteers Combats COVID-19 by Donating PPE to Essential Workers

May 14, 2020

New York State went on PAUSE on March 22, 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. Our community’s engaged families, like that of Bro...

“People often say, a way to connect to people is through food. I completely agree with that,” said Caitlin Yeung. “My piece, 9:00 A.M. Acceptance, is about accepting and feeling proud of my culture through food.”

Pen, Paint, and Pride

May 8, 2020

Bronx Science students won big in the 2020 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Four students — Caitlin Yeung ’20, Julia Sperl...

Sunset emerges from behind the clouds, illuminating the thin coating of ice on glassy branches.

Bronx Science in Winter: A Distant Memory

May 2, 2020

On Friday, March 15th, 2020, we left school without the slightest notion that we wouldn't be returni...

Eva Xie ’20 proudly shows her Regeneron Scholar Certificate. “I joined the research program because I believed it would provide me with the chance to step into my dream career. Here in New York, merely embracing and pursuing any possibility can lead to breakthroughs,” she said.

A Profile of Eva Xie ’20: More Than a Regeneron Science Talent Search Finalist

April 15, 2020

Eva Xie '20, who emigrated to the United States four years ago, is Bronx Science’s first Science Talen...

Rachel Koon ’21, right, hands a face mask to her friend, Ummol Fatema ’21, who has a cold. “I really think everyone should do their part to take care of themselves and not endanger others. However, that doesn’t mean we should be fearful of stereotypes and be racist,” said Fatema.

Sinophobia Escalates as the Coronavirus Spreads

April 6, 2020

The response to COVID-19 has been anything but uniform. State governments scramble to contain the pandemi...

The glowing, lit-up Eiffel Tower stands in front of a midnight blue sky. Sophie Poritzky ’21 loves taking pictures from unconventional perspectives. She says, “I love how photography can capture a really special moment and keep it forever, both physically and in my memory.”

A Camera and Plane Ticket Make for a Fresh Perspective

March 4, 2020

After a taste of relaxation during Thanksgiving Break, students were giddy as they waited for winter...

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