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Sun Salutations Will Clear Your Frustrations

Sun Salutations Will Clear Your Frustrations

Kaitlyn Romanger, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2019


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In-school yoga classes are one of the new glowing aspects of Bronx Science’s Physical Education courses. Aimed to regulate and cultivate the body and mind, many students have come to appreciate what our school is doing to make the school day a little less stressful. In gym classes throughout the day, students ...

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

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

Yanny Liang, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2019


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While Bronx Science is often touted as an elite academic institution where students make great strides in the scientific world, its student population also contains a fair share of the musically talented. One particular quintet, consisting of Judge Sanchez ’19 (cello), Caroline Odia ’20 (violin), B...

Seven Months In: Ninth Graders Reflect on Their Year, So Far

Seven Months In: Ninth Graders Reflect on Their Year, So Far

Pamela Li, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2019


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It’s September. Ninth graders set foot into the bustling crowd of the school cafeteria as they swipe in with their new ID for the first time. At the sound of the final bell, before they know it, their first day of high school is over. Only a quick four more years to go. Now, it’s March. They...

Principal For the Day

Principal For the Day

Tiffany Chen, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2019


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“If you were the principal for a day, what would you like to change about your school?” This is one of the most common interview questions that help colleges understand a student’s values. To some, this question results in some difficulty. Others, however, know immediately what they want to change. “I ...

Perfecting Brahms

Perfecting Brahms

Sofia Mahairas, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2019


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“A symphony is no joke,” composer Johannes Brahms once said, but the same can be said for a piano quintet, a piece of music written for a piano and four other instruments.  Five Bronx Science musicians know this quite well. Students Ruby Hogue ’20, Caroline Odia ’20, Blake Frank ’20, ...

Beyond the Walls of Bronx Science

Beyond the Walls of Bronx Science

Afifa Areya, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2019


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Students in Bronx Science are well aware of each others academic performance within the school walls. However, beyond them, students live in a very different and undisclosed world. Sharing different students’ lifestyles will help us to better understand each other’s character. Before leaving f...

Lovestruck: The Benefits of Relationships

Lovestruck: The Benefits of Relationships

Aaron Wu, Staff Reporter

February 15, 2019


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The New Year of 2019 calls for a fresh start for everyone. Unfortunately, this also marks the beginning of midyears, school projects, and stress. As students, we devise different plans to deal with our stress levels, sometimes by pursuing our hobbies, such as knitting, creating art, and playing video...

A Christmas Factory

A Christmas Factory

Nuzat Zaman, Staff Reporter

February 1, 2019


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Enter the cafeteria on the last day before break. The halls are decorated with Christmas decorations all around. An inflated snowman is in the corner of the cafeteria and an inflated Santa Claus is in front of the COSA Office. People are wearing ugly Christmas sweaters, while others wear signature Chr...

MidYear Tips to Ace Your Exams!

MidYear Tips to Ace Your Exams!

Emilia Lord, Staff Reporter

January 19, 2019


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Winter is not the most wonderful time of the year for everyone. For Bronx Science students, winter means midterms are quickly approaching, along with the pressure associated with these important tests. If you are stressing, however, do not worry. Bronx Science students and teachers who have been thro...

Winter Wonderland

Winter Wonderland

Tina Ou, Staff Reporter

January 15, 2019


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It is that time of the year when we put on our big, heavy winter jackets and drink sweet, warm hot chocolate. As the temperatures gradually drop below zero, the mountain load of stress also piles up. To many, this is the inevitable reality of attending Bronx Science. However, to allow students some relief i...

Setting Goals for The New Year

Setting Goals for The New Year

Jason Cheung, Staff Reporter

January 15, 2019


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The celebration of the New Year is not only about parties and apple cider. At the turn of the new year, it is a popular tradition to make New Year’s resolutions, where people set goals for themselves to better their lives. Resolutions can be as simple as trying to stop eating so much junk food, study...

Exploring the Fascinating Culture of Korea

Exploring the Fascinating Culture of Korea

Caitlin Yeung, Staff Reporter

December 25, 2018


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If you stroll along the streets of South Korea at night, you will see that posters of BTS’ Jungkook are hung on the light poles. Stores with Korean-Pop bands glow, luring every young girl, filled with excitement in the hopes of grabbing any Kpop merchandise that they see. High school students are i...

Meet the New Teachers!

Meet the New Teachers!

Tina Ou, Staff Reporter

December 24, 2018


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Every day is a day to meet new people. With the 2018-2019 school year, we have a few new faculty members in the Bronx Science community. These new teachers include Ms. Mallory Womer, Dr. Scott Savaiano, and Mr. Chris Ziegler. Ms. Mallory Womer, a new Physics teacher, attended Pittsburgh University a...

How to Brace for the SAT Season

How to Brace for the SAT Season

Hollie Park, Staff Reporter

December 24, 2018


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Every year, around 1.7 million students across the United States take the SAT. If you’re one of those 1.7 million, you have probably already started preparing, or at the very least, thinking about preparing for the big test. Whether you are pining for a perfect 1600 or not, a great score requires ...

Fall Into a Dessert Coma

Fall Into a Dessert Coma

Yi Lan Zhang, Staff Reporter

December 24, 2018


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Every fall, a group of sweet-seekers wander around New York City in search for a special treat. They march down the frigid streets in tune to the crispy crunch of autumn leaves, hunting down the perfect Fall dessert spot. The first destination is in the Bronx: Conti’s Pastry Shoppe on Morris P...

Your Peers Striving to Make Bronx Science a Better Place

Your Peers Striving to Make Bronx Science a Better Place

Ava Vercesi, Staff Reporter

December 14, 2018


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We know that you get e-mails from them. We know that you hear about them on Wolverine TV. But do you really know who is  working tirelessly for you? This is the S.O., your peers who are making Bronx Science a better place for everyone. The S.O. is made up of your elected officials who have promise...

Winter Crossword: Music

Winter Crossword: Music

Alysa Chen, Annie Liu, Joselyn Kim, and Maliha Akter

December 13, 2018


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Down: 1. Kanye West’s youngest daughter’s name 2. Noah Cyrus’ fan base name 3. Donald Glover’s stage name 4. "Now I like dollars, I like ______, I like stunting, I like shining..." 5. Name of Eminem’s 2018 album 6. NYC festival held the first weekend of June 7. Khalid sang, "Send me your...

Don’t Just Protest, Vote!

Don’t Just Protest, Vote!

Sadia Haque, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


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America is a nation founded on the right to vote, yet in recent years fewer people have been going to the polls and participating in the democratic process. This lack of political participation is especially prevalent in the younger generations. Even as they continue to grow in the majority among the ...

American Studies: An Exciting New Course Offering Bridging Two Departments

American Studies: An Exciting New Course Offering Bridging Two Departments

Pinkey Lam, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


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In English class last year, a woman walked into my classroom and handed out papers to the entire class. Everyone identified the woman as Dr. Abrams. The paper read, “American Studies with Dr. Abrams and Dr. Davis.” As she explained to everyone what American Studies is, we all stared in confusion. “By...

Breaking Barriers, Dancers at Bronx Science Shine

Breaking Barriers, Dancers at Bronx Science Shine

Lucian Dobroszycki, Staff Reporter

December 12, 2018


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If you went to this year’s Club Fair, you may have noticed one undeniable trend: there were more students gathered by the outside entrance of the cafeteria to see clubs like Lunar New Year and Urban Dance perform than anywhere else. The allure of dance was undeniable, drawing in passersby like paintings...

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