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Students in the A.P. U.S. History classes at Bronx Science learn about past treaties between the United States and Native Americans.

A Hard Hit to the Navajo Nation

June 20, 2020

On March 17, 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic hit the Navajo Nation with its first COVID-19 case. Since ...

The effects of climate change have been seen around the world, and while COVID-19 has put a temporary stop on air pollution and fossil fuel use, the course of climate change will not end there.

One Crisis After Another: How the Coronavirus Pandemic Has Affected Climate Change

May 9, 2020

We are currently in the midst of two major global crises. While one is directly affecting our everyday...

Kaitlyn Lai ’22 finds that lesson plans that focus less on a rigid curriculum and more on engaging the students create a more comfortable learning environment. She believes that incorporating modern events, fun activities, and personal touches into lesson plans makes learning more fun and helps her to retain information better.

Teaching Takes on Different Styles

April 7, 2020

When it comes to Bronx Science students, excelling in academics is no surprise. Though some students ...

Melanie Vasquez ’22 argues that fast fashion is an alarming issue in today’s fashion world and stands firm on the idea that something should be done about it.

Fast Fashion: Cheap Comes at a High Cost

November 24, 2019

If you have ever bought from brands like Zara or Urban Outfitters, chances are you have come across fast f...

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