The Science Survey

The Rise of Independent Media

The Joe Rogan experience is one of the most popular podcasts in the world.
Theodore Wai, Staff Reporter January 12, 2021

Trump Plaza Crumbles With the Presidency

“There is something poetic [in the fact] that the Trump Plaza in Atlantic City is scheduled for implosion about a week after President Biden takes office,” tweeted Democratic ex-senator Claire McCaskill. The January 29th, 2021 demolition date has since been pushed back to February 2021.
Marian Caballo, Staff Reporter January 11, 2021

Democrats in Disarray

When Joe Biden was projected the President-Elect of the United States
 on November 7th, 2020, people flooded the streets of New York City in celebration. But many of Biden's priorities as President may be obstructed by Democrats' inability to win an outright majority in the Senate and expand their majority in the House.
Kate Reynolds, Staff Reporter January 11, 2021

A Bull Market in a World of Bearish Trends

Wall Street’s iconic Charging Bull statue is a symbol, among other things, of strong American economics and politics, yet this sculpture representing rising financial markets is currently in the backdrop of economic downturn for many Americans.
Karen Phua, Staff Reporter January 11, 2021

The Ethics of COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

New York City hospitals have begun receiving Pfizer doses and vaccinating their healthcare workers as of December 14th, 2020.
Maggie Schneider, Staff Reporter January 10, 2021

Unmasking the Mask Conspiracy Theories

Face masks used to combat COVID-19 transmission are currently sold by large retail chains throughout the United States.
Marina Tiligadas, Staff Reporter January 10, 2021

Climate Change and the Coronavirus

Riverbay Cogeneration Plant provides energy to Co-op City’s some 50,000 residents via the burning of fossil fuels. It is located just off the center of one of the Co-ops.
Jonathan Lopez, Staff Reporter January 10, 2021

No Man’s Land

Here is an entrance-point around the secluded area.
Johannah Doyle, Staff Reporter January 10, 2021

Do Not Just Vote When It Is Trendy To Do So

While many voters were eager to cast a ballot during the 2020 presidential election, how will this excitement hold up in coming local elections?
Jiada Valenza, Staff Reporter January 9, 2021

What’s Next For the Electoral College?

Here is a map of the 2020 Election results.
Rahm Rodkey, Staff Reporter January 8, 2021

New York Strong

“The people of the city are what make New York City so great. The unique culture of our city is a result of its inhabitants, and so as long as we are still here, then New York City is not dying any time soon,” said Kate Reynolds '21.
Margaux Reyl, Staff Reporter January 8, 2021
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