The Science Survey

The Hall of Fame, pictured above, is an installation in the Bronx Science lobby which displays the names of esteemed alumni.

The Hall of Fame: an Ever-Growing Timeline of Legendary Alumni

May 30, 2018

In 1938, Bronx Science was founded to provide a unique education to students with interests in science...

Allen Bard ’51

May 30, 2018

Although now he is “The Father of Electrochemistry,” a National Medal of Science recipient, and a...

Jill Bargonetti ’80

May 30, 2018

Now an award-winning cancer researcher who teaches at Hunter College, Dr. Jill Bargonetti ’80 was once...

Jay Goldberg ’58 and Mary Cirillo ’65

May 30, 2018

On November 20, 2017, Jay Goldberg ’58 and Mary Cirillo ’65 were inducted into the 80th Anniversary...

Leonard Kleinrock ’51

May 30, 2018

Back when The Bronx High School of Science really did have a pool, Leonard Kleinrock, class of ’51,...

Leonard Lauder ’50 and Ronald Lauder ’61

May 30, 2018

On December 14, 2017, Leonard Lauder ’50 and Ronald Lauder ’61 came to visit Bronx Science in honor...

George Yancopoulos ’76

May 30, 2018

It all began on the MTA public transportation system, riding the subways from the depths of Queens before...

 Though Mr. Cogliano has only been at Bronx Science for a few months, he is quickly trying to improve student life.

A Time to Unwind From School – at School

March 2, 2018

After only a few months at Bronx Science, the school’s new social worker, Anthony Cogliano, has already...

Mr. Qiu, Chinese teacher, instructs 
his students in Chinese by singing 
a popular song in the language.

Foreign Language Department Renamed

March 2, 2018

The newly renamed Bronx Science World Language Department has made its debut. The change reflects a growing...

 Rajaa Elhassan ’19, president of the Muslim Student Association, gives her opinion on the new Barbie.

Newest Barbie Wears a Hijab

March 2, 2018

The original Barbie doll made by Mattel had blonde hair, blue eyes, and an unrealistically proportioned...

 John Aidan Feighery ’19, Chloe Frajmund ’19, and Alif Matin ’19 stand in front of the donated pads and tampons before giving them to Legion of Goodwill.

Bronx Science Gives Back to Women in Need

March 2, 2018

From November 17, 2017, to January 2, 2018, Project FIRE, which stands for “Feminism: Inclusion, Rights,...

Skylar Kleinman ’18 thinks the current iteration of Breitbart News has dangerously co-opted an initially Jewish-run platform.

Breitbart News: Once Pro-Israel, Now Friendly to Anti-Semites

March 2, 2018

Breitbart News is both one of the most reviled and influential news sites today. Most people know it...

Farhan Zaman '19 has seen the show and has spoken positively about it.

“Nathan for You” Season Four Kicks Off

December 4, 2017

Business consultants may sometimes propose ideas that seem somewhat strange, such as allowing some people...

Katherine Doss ’19 shows enthusiasm and anticipation for Swift’s 
new releases after watching her new singles.

Swift’s New Repu-“TAY”-tion

December 4, 2017

Tombstones in the shape of the letters “TS”, ruby red lips with coal black eyeliner, and a bathtub...

Bronx Science’s LEAP Club (League of Environmental and Animal Protection Club) during club fair.

Deadly Hurricanes Foreshadow a Grim Future

December 4, 2017

Within the span of two weeks, hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria, and Jose ravaged the mid-Atlantic region....

Dongren Deng ’18 and Benjamin Chen ’18 study for an upcoming test. “I trust that De Blasio will do all that he can to make school more family friendly,” said Chen.

Power Shift

December 4, 2017

This past June, the lives of thousands of NYC families changed drastically. Before 2002, control of New...

Hillel Rosenshine ’17 discusses Cafe Society.

Woody Allen Surprises Us With Cafe Society

November 23, 2016

The glitz, the glamour, and the elegance of 1930s Hollywood is authentically captured by Woody Allen...

Kaya Scheman, '17, Editorial Columnist.

Bob Dylan Named Winner of Nobel Prize in Literature

November 23, 2016

Bob Dylan has officially accepted the 2016 Nobel Prize for literature after being awarded it on October...

Arifa Abid ’17 holds a missing persons flier that was distributed before The Blair Witch Project Premiere.

Blair Witch Sequel Fails to Impress

November 23, 2016

In 1999, an indie film that took place in a small town of Burkittsville, Maryland, with a mere budget...

Senior Prom at the Waldorf-Astoria last June 18th, 2015.

Senior Prom Changes

November 23, 2016

The class of 2017 will not be having its senior prom at the Waldorf-Astoria, where it has traditionally...

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