The Science Survey

Bert Brodsky ’60

May 30, 2018

For Bert Brodsky, ‘work’ is business. From a young age, Brodsky has been a savvy entrepreneur. “My...

Ethan Paliwoda ’19 was flattered by the comparison between his selfie and a portrait of the Polish composer Chopin, in a portrait by Anonymous.

Meet Your 2-D Doppelganger

May 10, 2018

Picture this. You are wandering the seemingly endless galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, when...

Evaluna Smithgartner ’20 (left) and Julia Check ’21 (right) proudly hold up their awards.

Leaders of Tomorrow Award Given to Evaluna Smith ’19 and Julia Check ’20

May 4, 2018

“On your mark, get set, go!” yelled the starter firing the pistol. The twenty-fourth annual U.S....

The Computer Science and Philosophy & Psychology shelves of the school library.

Students are Undervaluing Libraries

May 2, 2018

Today, Bronx Science students are notorious for doing homework on computers and playing phone games in...

Samantha Gong ’18, a captain of the Girls’ Varsity Gymnastics Team, weighs in on the Larry Nassar case.

Sexual Predator Sentenced to Nearly 200 Years in Prison

May 1, 2018

Michigan State University and Karolyi Ranch were once highly regarded institutes in the gymnastics world. How...

Anthony Jin '18 serves a table tennis ball

Physical Education Smashes with a New Hit: Table Tennis

December 1, 2017

If one were to walk into Room 008 on Mondays, Tuesdays, or Thursdays during fifth period, sounds of almost...

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