The Science Survey

Beattie Bernfield, '19 explains what makes him enjoy baseball.

Enjoyment of Sports

November 24, 2019

Sport - an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes aga...

Beattie Bernfield, '19, offers his input on the Mets and their current General Manager.

B.M.W.? More like BVW

June 30, 2019

“Brodie’s moves make me more proud to be a Mets fan, but not enough to be hopeful. The Mets have made too many stupid mistakes in the past—from the Bobby Bonilla contract to batting in the wrong order and not even knowing who the GM was for half a season before Brodie. Besides, someone is going to get hurt, and the Mets might start out well, but collapse even faster.”

Ellen Ren, ’19, comments on her desire to separate her identity from the political conflicts and implications behind the U.S.-China trade war. “I don’t want to get caught in between any political conflicts between the U.S. and China. I don’t want it to affect how I carry myself, or identify as a Chinese-American.”

The US-China Trade War: New Century, New Storyline

March 23, 2019

Political analysts, economists, news reporters, and even the media in not only the U.S., but the enti...

A student uses a computer during a Computer Science class.

A Bridge Too Far: Cambridge Analytica and the Surveillance Market

December 26, 2018

In March 2018, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat before a senate committee, and testified on the case of da...

In some of the controversies that he has gotten himself into over his book, some of Michael Wolff's behavior has ironically mirrored Trump's, which he criticized.

Fire & Flop: Exacerbated Attempt Falls Short

May 1, 2018

Soap operas are fun to watch because of how outlandish and dramatic the events turn out. A book about a...

Beattie Bernfield, '19, is one of many baseball fans who voice passionate opinions about the New York Yankees

The Yankees Evil Empire

March 1, 2018

With one negotiation, the return of an empire was complete. The 2017 New York Yankees were something...

Weakening America’s core political characteristic of free speech is undermining what makes our democracy so great.

Hate Speech IS Free Speech

December 7, 2017

The erosion of discussion created by the manual censorship of ideas by large corporations and the developing habits of people to not engage has created echo chambers on social media and in real life. There is no exposure to a diversity of opinions, further polarizing opinions and reducing any common ground on issues.

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