The Science Survey

Kang Hwu Yie ’19 helps out with the construction of the robot.

Competing With an Iron Will

June 11, 2019

The Bronx Science FeMaidens and SciBorgs are starting this year’s competition season with the two competitions...

Megan Mahalko ‘19 comments on the Pope’s actions.

The Scandal Bringing the Church to a Standstill

June 11, 2019

The Catholic Church is not a stranger to sexual abuse allegations. Broken in 2002 by The Boston Globe,...

Many believed this investigation would end with clearer answers, but most are left unsatisfied with the lack of resolution.

Questions Raised as Mueller Investigation Comes to an End

June 11, 2019

For the last two years, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been investigating President Trump and his...

Alex Chen '19 believes that Democratic candidate Pete Buttigieg shows promise.

2020 Vision

June 11, 2019

As the countdown to the 2020 Presidential election commences, the battle for the primaries has already...

Azalea Danes ’20 has spearheaded the Mental Wellness initiatives at Bronx Science during the 2019-2020 academic year.

New Mental Wellness Initiatives

March 25, 2019

In the midst of college applications and midyears, the constant demands of being a student can be overwhelming...

Eytan Stanton ’19, creator of DANA CRUMB tag and brand.

Dana Crumb, the Bronx-Based Clothing Brand, Created by Eytan Stanton ’19

March 25, 2019

You might have seen the cartoon caricatures and scrawlings of DANA CRUMB on t-shirts, sweaters and stickers...

Mr. Rainford in the math office, wearing one of his many dazzling ties.

Mr. Rainford’s Terrific Ties

March 25, 2019

Mr. Michael Rainford. You may see him everyday walking down the halls, but what do you really know about...

Miles Tamner ’21 donated 318 cans to the 2018 Food Drive.

We Can Do It!

March 25, 2019

Lasting from November 13th to December 17th, the annual Bronx Science Food Drive was once again a success....

FDA Cracks Down on JUULing Epidemic

FDA Cracks Down on JUULing Epidemic

December 13, 2018

On April 24th, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced that an alarming epidemic has gripped America’s...

Christopher Dahlem (far left) working with the rest of his firefighting team during a training exercise. Such exercises are vital towards ensuring that firefighters are prepared to fight real fires.

Bronx Science’s Bravest

December 13, 2018

As the fire trucks race by, flashing their red lights and emitting their ear piercing sirens, the gallant...

During a Girls' Varsity Volleyball game, both Grace Lorch '22 and Amanda Maeglin '20 concentrate intensely.

The Pros and Cons of Spectators and Fans at BxSci Games

December 12, 2018

It’s your first playoff game of the season.  You’re outperforming your opponent and dominating...

Jared Samarel ’19 reads about football for his fantasy team.

Students Have Fantasy Sports Down to a Science

December 12, 2018

Some people who participate in it do endless amounts of research, while others just wing it. Some think...

After 15 seasons in the NBA, Dwayne Wade decides to retire

One Last Dance

December 12, 2018

The summer offseason preceding the start of the 2018 - 2019 NBA season was one to be remembered, with...

Mr. Skilins discussing the new pre-FitnessGram unit with his students.

Get Fit with the New Pre-FitnessGram

December 12, 2018

Each year at Bronx Science, all students are required to take the FitnessGram, which tests students’...

Joseph Greenaway ’74

May 30, 2018

Joseph Greenaway ’74 returned to the halls of Bronx Science on January 12, 2018 to be inducted into...

Eric Rose ’68

May 30, 2018

Eric A. Rose, M.D., a world-renowned pioneer in surgery and science, returned to Bronx Science on January...

Chloe Frajmund uses Crash Course videos to study for her history tests.

Second Semester Study Tips

March 2, 2018

With midyears finished and the second semester in full swing, the average Bronx Science student often...

Fruit Berry Bliss at Milk and Cream Cereal Bar.

Food Combinations: Two is Better than One

March 2, 2018

Social media is constantly surprising us with new food combinations. With new food creations on the rise,...

Bronx Science students play after the first snowfall of the winter.

Beating the Winter Blues

March 2, 2018

With the arrival of winter comes dreary days, cold weather, early sundowns, and, unfortunately, a decrease...

The story of “Forest of A Thousand Lanterns” is captured on its cover.

Early Review: “Forest of a Thousand Lanterns”

December 4, 2017

Asian culture is scarcely seen in Young Adult literature, which is why Julie C. Dao’s debut novel Forest...

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