The Science Survey

Michael Toscano ’21 enjoys the movie’s plot twists 
and said that he felt the ending was very tragic.

Us Review

June 11, 2019

Warning: there are some minor spoilers ahead. The film “Us,” directed by director/comedian Jordan...

Both Evaluna Smithgartner, ‘19 (left) and Elisa Pappagallo, ’19 (right) think the last season of Thrones will be its best yet.

Winter Is Here: Thrones Finale Will Be EPIC

June 11, 2019

A warning to those that have not watched the show: there are spoilers ahead. Few final seasons ha...

Min Jin Lee’s best-selling novels, 'Pachinko' and 'Free Food for Millionaires.'

‘Free Food For Millionaires’ and ‘Pachinko’

June 11, 2019

In literature, we seek to understand ourselves and learn something new. And that is exactly what Min...

Tashfia Haidar ’19 shares her thoughts on global 
warming and the planet.

Is El Niño the Cause or a Contributor to Climate Change?

March 25, 2019

2019 may turn out to be the hottest year in recorded human history. This is due to the eighty percent...

Students Linda Chen ’21 and Tommy Ho ’21 exchange their opinions on the topic of privatizing social services, such as fire fighting services.

Private Firemen? Inmate Firemen

March 25, 2019

Since its inception, the United States of America has been viewed as a beacon of justice for the rest...

Stephanie Gallent ’20 is among the leaders of Bronx Science’s green 

Trump Refuses to Affirm Findings of Federal Climate Report

March 25, 2019

Seventy-five years from now, Americans will no longer reflect upon the Great Depression as the most devastating...

Ethan Sison ’20 and Harry Hinzman ’20  
believe that there may be life on other planets.

Earth’s Big Brother?

December 12, 2018

The Transiting Exoplanet Survey Satellite (TESS), was launched earlier this year and was designed by...

Nuzhat Bhuiyan ’20 shares her thoughts on the 
closure of the jail on Rikers Island.

DeBlasio Strikes Again

December 12, 2018

Rikers Island is home to a notorious jail filled with severe violence where more than 1,000 stabbings...

Mark Boal ’91

May 30, 2018

Now an Academy Award-winning screenwriter, Mark Boal ’91 was once a Bronx Science student and active...

Jon Cryer ’83

May 30, 2018

Now an Emmy Award-winning actor, Jon Cryer ’83 was once a Bronx Science student working to balance...

Megan Yin '18 is a senior research student who presented her research on Marxh 4, 2018, at the NYCSEF preliminary round

The Largest NYC High School Research Competition

May 1, 2018

The New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF) is the largest research competition for New York...

Senior Council president Michael Miller '18 and member Uma Balachandran '18 discuss ideas with Senior Class Advisor Mr. McNickle.

Senior Council Works Hard for Students to Play Hard

May 1, 2018

Watch out seniors, because the Senior Council has events planned to make your remaining time at Bronx...

Ava Vercesi '19 (winner, on left) and Jing-Mae Wang '20 (runner up, on right), stand in front of a print of the newly discovered Cobbe portrait of William Shakespeare

Speak the Speech

May 1, 2018

Having taken at least eight years of English classes, many Bronx Science students have familiarized themselves...

Image courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Michelangelo Buonarroti (Italian, Caprese 1475–1564 Rome) 
Archers Shooting at a Herm
Drawing, red chalk; 8 5/8 x 12 11/16 in. (21.9 x 32.3 cm) 

Michelangelo: The Superhero of the Year

March 2, 2018

The largest Michelangelo exhibition in history — and truly, the art show of the season— was “Michelangelo:...

Jonathan Rodriguez '18 and Alysa Chen '19, Editorial Columnists.

A Narrow Escape for Students with GOP Tax Plan

March 2, 2018

Following protests by students and complaints by congresspeople from both parties, the final version...

The 2018 Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars.

Regeneron Names Seventeen from Science as Scholars

March 2, 2018

On January 9, 2018, the new Bronx Science Regeneron Scholars were named, making history with 17 semifinalists. Bronx...

Lakhsmi Chatterjee '18, Editorial Columnist.

Shedding Light on Harvey Weinstein

March 2, 2018

It all started with a tape. In 2015, Italian model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez accused Harvey Weinstein...

The SO collaboratively hoists a heavy box onto the City Harvest truck.

Annual Can Drive is Most Successful Ever

March 2, 2018

From juicy green beans to flour-dusted macaroni, homeless shelters receiving food from City Harvest,...

Winter Crossword

Winter Crossword

March 2, 2018

Across 4. Small pieces of colored paper thrown during a celebration such as a wedding or parade 5. Mo...

Many Bronx Science students have worked tirelessly throughout the first semester of their senior year to apply for scholarships. Wendy Lau ’18 applied to the QuestBridge National College Match this fall and was announced as a finalist.

College + Acceptance = Money?

March 2, 2018

Although the cost of attending a top college has dramatically increased in the past decade, competition...

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