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Hollywood’s Bleeding Review

Hollywood’s Bleeding Review

Theodore Wai, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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...

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 15, 2019

"Teens-in-Crisis Horror Show", "provocative", "HBO's high-school-will-kill-you-series", 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 tar...

Believe in Your Guts

Believe in Your Guts

Caroline Wang, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

Students might know Raina Telgemeier from graphic novels like ‘Smile’ and ‘The Baby-Sitters Club.’ On September 17, 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 ‘Guts,’ will ins...

‘The Good Place’: Too Good to Stay?

‘The Good Place’: Too Good to Stay?

Karen Phua, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

Saying goodbye to your favorite television show can be devastating. 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...

Lights, Camera, Remember!

Lights, Camera, Remember!

Kaitlyn Chan, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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...

Netflix Cancellations: Who’s Cancelling Who?

Netflix Cancellations: Who’s Cancelling Who?

Jiada Valenza, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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...

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

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

Jamie Lee Nicolas, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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.  ...

Tiger-Tastic or Tiger-Tragic?

Tiger-Tastic or Tiger-Tragic?

Joanna Zhao, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

Tiger Sugar has recently established its presence in New York’s bubble tea scene with two newly opened shops in Chinatown and Flushing! Tiger Sugar is a bubble tea chain brand that originated in Taichung, Taiwan. It has opened over 40 stores worldwide, with stores in the U.S., China, Singapore, Kor...

Inves-Tea-Gating

Inves-Tea-Gating

Kin Yang, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

What’s the $6 drink that some Bronx Science students get more than 5 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 tea is expan...

Bronx Science Students Inspired by the Fall/Winter 2019 Trends

Bronx Science Students Inspired by the Fall/Winter 2019 Trends

Darlene Park, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

The trends of fall and winter 2019 are filled with what many students could not imagine wearing to school. However, some Bronx Science students have managed to incorporate these trends into their daily lives. The Fall/Winter 2019 season is a modern-day interpretation of the 70s, 80s, and 90s. From...

Women In Film

Women In Film

Marina Mengual, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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 15, 2019

What could be better than unlimited pasta for two months? In mid-August, 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 many serving...

Creepy Clowns Capture Hollywood

Creepy Clowns Capture Hollywood

Joshua Kutler, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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...

The Growth of Asian American Cinema

The Growth of Asian American Cinema

Olivia Chen, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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...

From Orthopedic Corsets to Torzalas

From Orthopedic Corsets to Torzalas

Julia Catrambone, Staff Reporter

June 11, 2019

Brightly painted lips and a defiant gaze resting below a single brow: Frida Kahlo’s trademark features have turned the artist herself into an ubiquitous image. The artist behind said image was beautifully encapsulated by the incredible exhibit dedicated to her showing at the Brooklyn Museum from February...

MoMA’s Temporary Shutdown

MoMA’s Temporary Shutdown

Christina Pan, Staff Reporter

June 11, 2019

At the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), you’ll find art by world renowned artists such as Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dalì, and Frida Kahlo. But in addition to the famous masterpieces, the museum is home to lesser known pieces by artists like James Rosenquist, Harry Gordon, and Arthur Young, which are often...

Your Wish Is Our Command

Your Wish Is Our Command

Jing Mae Wang, Staff Reporter

June 11, 2019

Students gather around the piano in the dim lighting of the auditorium. As the pianist guides them through musical scales, the three student directors discuss their plans for the rehearsal. With the harmonies of the thirty-two person cast echoing through the auditorium and lobby, anyone who passes through...

NASHA’s Back, Better Than Ever!

NASHA’s Back, Better Than Ever!

Fareha Mazumder, Staff Reporter

June 11, 2019

Springtime was full of excitement at Bronx Science and everyone was anticipating some fun exciting spring events and activities. The NASHA Club hosted an annual show before Spring Break, exhibiting various aspects of South Asian Culture. Students put on a variety of performances and whether it was creating...

Us Review

Us Review

Michelle Li, Staff Reporter

June 11, 2019

Warning: there are some minor spoilers ahead. The film “Us,” directed by director/comedian Jordan Peele, marks his second foray into the horror genre. And it is certainly one he pulls off with style. Basics first: the plot follows your standard American family of two parents and two kids. ...

Subtle Asian Traits

Subtle Asian Traits

Estee Yi, Staff Reporter

June 11, 2019

In September 2018, Facebook welcomed a new group to its community: Subtle Asian Traits (known to some as SAT). The group is the source of thousands of posts, which consist mainly of memes and pictures of traits that are subtly Asian, as the name suggests. What started as a Facebook group is now a place...

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