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Judge Sanchez ’19 believes it’s much easier for Uber to neglect their drivers because an almost limitless pool of them exists.

Uber Drivers Strike for More Rights and Benefits

June 30, 2019

Over the past two years, Dara Khosrowshahi, Uber’s chief executive, has succeeded in reducing the a...

Becoming by Michelle Obama and I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot By the Taliban by Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb

Groundbreaking Books from Groundbreaking Women

March 30, 2019

2018 was a progressive year for women. Ireland voted to repeal one of the strictest abortion bans in ...

The Chamber Music Society winners for 2019 (L-R): Emily Kitmahawong ’20, Ruby Hogue ’20, Judge Sanchez ’19, Caroline Odia ’20, Blake Frank ’20.

Talented Piano Quintet Selected for Inaugural Young Musicians New York City Regional Concert

March 25, 2019

While Bronx Science is often touted as an elite academic institution where students make great strid...

Students board a Vallo bus, a main mode of transportation to and from Bronx Science. Many students take Vallo because without it, their commutes would cut further into their already sleepless schedules.

The Sunrise Might Be Pretty, But That Doesn’t Mean Teenagers Should Be Seeing It

December 24, 2018

“Oh my gosh, you live in Staten Island? What time do you wake up?!” go the usual inquisitions, acco...

Ruby Hogue '20, who plays the viola, participated in last year’s competition and was the principle coordinator of this year’s group.

Talented Musicians Win Chamber Music Society Contest

May 10, 2018

“Play always as if in the presence of a master,” Robert Schumann, the great German composer, once...

Reverend Harper, played by Joseph West ’18, chats with Abby Brewster, played Caroline Gallagher ’19 about the reverend’s daughter and Abby’s nephew, Mortimer, over tea.

Arsenic and Old Lace: the 1940s Broadway Play Makes Its Way to Bronx Science

March 4, 2018

The lights dimmed and the audience fell silent as they waited for the curtains to part. It was openin...

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