The Science Survey

Ruby Hogue ’20 participated in the Black Lives Matter protests. “We marched and chanted for miles. There was no major tension between the protestors and the police, which had the potential to break out in violence.”

The Ethics of Pandemic Protests

June 21, 2020

COVID-19, which has killed hundreds of thousands seems to be of no issue in the face of injustice. Altho...

Boy's MIST Captains, Nasheed Adnan Islam ’20 and Sanjit Guliani ’20, practice for their singing competition.

Brigade Legacy: the Muslim Interscholastic Tournament (MIST)

April 8, 2020

“Brigade! Assemble!”  The call rallies Bronx Science students, all clamoring to get in a circle ...

Elijah Fernandez ’20 has strong values when it comes to his future president.

The Race of the Century: The November 2020 Election

November 24, 2019

The 2020 election is coming up next November 2020, and it’s important to get to know the twenty-one c...

Geetika Sewani, '20, feels the 'Game of Throne''s season's merits outweigh its faults.

‘Game of Thrones’: The Fuss Over the Finale

June 30, 2019

'Game of Thrones' is a well-regarded show with millions of avid fans. Fans do not hesitate to name it...

Konain Qureshi ’20 appreciates the open-mindedness and diversity that has he found throughout his academic career within the New York City public school system.

A Profile of Our Multiracial Students

April 5, 2019

Bronx Science has students from a multiplicity of cultures and backgrounds, and several of our students are...

Mr. Liang, Mr. Grossman, and Mr. Schorr (left to right) recount their high school lives, offering sage advice for Bronx Science students today.

Life Lessons From Our Very Own Bronx Science Teachers

March 24, 2019

We know our teachers at Bronx Science for their academic prowess, but we don't often think about the...

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