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The Museum of Modern Art’s Reopening

The Museum of Modern Art’s Reopening

Scott Ernsberger, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

When the Museum of Modern Art, or MoMA, reopened on the 21st of October, 2019, museum visitors discovered a total of 40,000 square feet that have opened up for new exhibits, so the four month closure of the museum this past summer for final renovations has not disappointed. Alongside the returning...

The iPhone 11: A Review

The iPhone 11: A Review

Sanford James, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

The iPhone has evolved since its inception to meet the call for new features throughout the years. This September, Apple launched its newest iteration of its flagship mobile device: the iPhone 11. Apple faces increased pressure to differentiate this year’s release from prior models, as smartphones...

Bulgarian Umbrellas, Secret Cameras, and Communist Posters

Bulgarian Umbrellas, Secret Cameras, and Communist Posters

Shira Mansell, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

An eerily pasty mannequin is propped up at a wooden desk covered with office supplies: a lamp, an inkwell, some pens. Against the wall, a large safe. And everywhere, hammers, sickles, and the color red. Such life-size dioramas are a major component of the recently-opened KGB Espionage Museum, located...

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice Explores a Long History of Gender Inequality in the Music Industry

Linda Ronstadt: The Sound of My Voice Explores a Long History of Gender Inequality in the Music Industry

Maggie Schneider, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

If you ask a Bronx Science student if they know who Gregor Mendel or Immanuel Kant are, the answer will probably be yes. But if you ask them about Linda Ronstadt, the response will most likely be a very confused no. While all three were pioneers in fields ranging from biology to philosophy to, in Ronstadt’s...

These Series Are Eternally Relevant

These Series Are Eternally Relevant

Ellen Wu, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

It’s finally Friday, and after a long school day, all you want to do is relax and put on your favorite show. There is something so special about rewatching the classics as a way to destress. Shows that aired years ago still remain relevant today, as both young and old viewers still hold interest in...

Here, Queer, and Full of Fear

Here, Queer, and Full of Fear

Sylvie Koenigsberg, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

As soon as ‘IT Chapter 2’ came out in September of 2019, almost all the subsequent articles were raving about two things: Bill Hader’s performance, and his character’s “secret.” Seen as a step in the right direction for positive LGBT+ representation by some, and as an underdeveloped deviation...

Hello, ‘Bye Bye Birdie’: The Lead Up to Putting on a Superb Performance

Hello, ‘Bye Bye Birdie’: The Lead Up to Putting on a Superb Performance

Mayesha Soshi, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

From the Martin Beck Theatre to the Los Angeles Philharmonic Auditorium, award winning musical, ‘Bye Bye Birdie,’ has traveled all the way around the country and made its way to the Bronx Science stage on December 5th and 6th, 2019. Based on the life of popular singer Elvis Presley, ‘Bye Bye...

The Overarching Cultural Impact of HBO’s New Show, ‘Euphoria’

The Overarching Cultural Impact of HBO’s New Show, ‘Euphoria’

Shaira Jafar, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

"Teens-in-Crisis Horror Show" and "provocative" are just some of the phrases being used to describe Euphoria, the new teenage drama TV show. With a TV-MA rating and a fifteen dollar price tag for an HBO monthly subscription, ‘Euphoria’ may seem unappealing to its target audience of high school and col...

Netflix Cancellations: Who’s Cancelling Who?

Netflix Cancellations: Who’s Cancelling Who?

Jiada Valenza, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

This past Independence Day, many traded in fireworks for remotes, barbecues for popcorn, and the founding fathers for a gang of outcasted middle schoolers. Although the trade-off may appear unimpressive, the internet spent nearly two years anticipating this seemingly trivial exchange. The long-awaited Seas...

Lights, Camera, Remember!

Lights, Camera, Remember!

Kaitlyn Chan, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Disney is giving viewers a blast from the past through their new streaming service Disney Plus, launching on November 12th of this year. The service is a package deal that includes both the company’s old movies and television shows as well as brand new content. With the recent buzz of Disney’s d...

The Growth of Asian American Cinema

The Growth of Asian American Cinema

Olivia Chen, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

For most Asian-Americans, typical American movies do not highlight Asian culture. Hollywood has rarely displayed Asian representation in American cinema, choosing at times to whitewash many ethnic characters. You might have seen some whitewashed films including the live action remake of Avatar the Las...

A Magnum Opus of Its Own: A Review of Post Malone’s Album ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’

A Magnum Opus of Its Own: A Review of Post Malone’s Album ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’

Theodore Wai, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Perhaps no other artist in recent times has blended musical genres like Post Malone has. Weaving hip-hop, trap, pop, rock, and metal together, Malone’s ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ is a magnum opus of its own, incorporating almost every genre into one album.  ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding’ follows his sop...

Believe in Your Guts: A Review of Raina Telgemeier’s New Graphic Novel

Believe in Your Guts: A Review of Raina Telgemeier’s New Graphic Novel

Caroline Wang, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Students might know Raina Telgemeier from graphic novels like ‘Smile’ and ‘The Baby-Sitters Club.’ On September 17th, 2019, Telgemeier came out with a new book called ‘Guts’, which describes her experience with anxiety and therapy when she was in 5th grade. Telgemeier  hopes that ‘...

‘The Good Place’: Too Good to Stay?

‘The Good Place’: Too Good to Stay?

Karen Phua, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Saying goodbye to your favorite television show can be difficult. The special attachment with characters and the connection with the show’s universe inevitably builds up to an overwhelming season finale. Now, millions of watchers of The Good Place are preparing to say goodbye to the beloved tale aft...

Interesting, Insightful, Inspiring: The Fascinating Story of Tara Westover

Interesting, Insightful, Inspiring: The Fascinating Story of Tara Westover

Jamie Lee Nicolas, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Praised by Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, and President Barack Obama, Educated, a memoir about the life of Tara Westover, has been a sensation ever since it hit the shelves on February 20, 2018. Westover weaves a thrilling story about events that took place during her childhood and early adulthood. ...

Inves-Tea-Gating

Inves-Tea-Gating

Kin Yang, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

What’s the $6 drink that some Bronx Science students get more than five times a month with less ice and half sugar? According to a recent survey, that drink is bubble tea. Sweet, cold, and refreshing, bubble tea has become the go-to drink for many. Originally from Taiwan, the popularity of bubble ...

Women In Film

Women In Film

Marina Mengual, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

For a long period in time, Hollywood was comprised of movies that shone a light on the kinds of people who were deemed important in society: kings, rockstars, super heroes and heartbreakers. There exists a common theme that transcends throughout these so-called cinematic masterpieces: a male-dominant c...

Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Pass

Olive Garden’s Never Ending Pasta Pass

Suzie Yu, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

What could be better than unlimited pasta for two months? In mid-August 2o19, Olive Garden, a well-known Italian-American chain restaurant, brought back its annual Never Ending Pasta Pass for 24,000 lucky pasta lovers.  The Pasta Pass, first introduced six years ago, allows people to enjoy as ...

Creepy Clowns Capture Hollywood

Creepy Clowns Capture Hollywood

Joshua Kutler, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Clowns in 1960s America represented everything good in the world, beacons of joy and happiness. They were sweet and silly, and parents would shell out hundreds of dollars for clowns, clad in white face paint and a bright red nose, as entertainment for their children. However, since their European introducti...

A Bite At Night

A Bite At Night

Melissa Cen, Staff Reporter

November 23, 2019

As the last warm days of fall turn into cold nights, New Yorkers are gathering to check out the Queens Night Market. This market is located outdoors at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, where you can get a breathtaking view of the Unisphere. Here, you can try food from over eighty cultures aroun...

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