The Science Survey

Howard Wang ’20 believes that Americans embrace “throwaway culture” in the way thatvwe treat our elderly, often by using nursing homes as scapegoats for dismissing complications that come with old age.

A Home That Never Was: America’s COVID-19 Nursing Home Calamity

June 22, 2020

America’s nursing homes, residential facilities whose founding missions were to assist and care for the...

Cassandra Ng ’20 believes that, though public health should be prioritized during the pandemic, financial security and economic conditions must be considered as well.

To Deliver or Not to Deliver? The Moral Dilemma of Using Food Delivery Services During the Coronavirus Pandemic

May 5, 2020

With the largest number of COVID-19 cases in the world, New York City’s hospital system is overwhelmed....

Eva Xie '20 believes that dubbing the novel coronavirus as the 'Chinese virus' will not only further tensions between the United States and China, but also between American individuals.

Calling All Chinatowns: COVID-19 Wreaks Havoc on Livelihoods in New York City

April 15, 2020

Chinatown, one of New York City’s busiest and densest neighborhoods, whose streets are typically fil...

Andy Ma ’20 sees good intentions in Governor Cuomo’s ban, especially for young people who may be struggling with drug addiction and substance abuse.

New York’s Governor Cuomo Bans the Sale of E-Cigs

November 24, 2019

On September 15th, 2019, New York governor Andrew Cuomo announced a total ban on the sale of flavored E-c...

Mina Yamanaka ’20 provides input on how she plans to spend the summer after her junior year.

Advice to Juniors About College

June 30, 2019

Tests. Essays. Recommendation letters. The start of spring marks the acceleration of all those things...

A teenage performing arts group adds a fun twist to Shakespeare's 'Macbeth.'

Teens Take the Met!

June 1, 2019

On Friday, May 31st, 2019, the Gray Foundation hosted Teens Take the Met! at the Metropolitan Museum ...

Tasnia Hakim ’22 had never taken a midyear exam prior to coming to Bronx Science.

Seven Months In: Ninth Graders Reflect on Their Year, So Far

March 23, 2019

It’s September. Ninth graders set foot into the bustling crowd of the school cafeteria as they swipe ...

Insuh Na ’20, strongly believes that abolishing the SHSAT is not best way to solve the problem of increasing diversity in the specialized high schools.

The Fate of New York City’s SHSAT Lies in the Hands of Mayor Bill de Blasio

December 11, 2018

On June 2nd, 2018, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced a controversial proposal to either modify or eliminate N...

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