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Who is behind @catcallsofNYC?

Who is behind @catcallsofNYC?

Spencer McQuaig, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

In March of 2016, then NYU first year Sophie Sandberg was assigned a project in a writing seminar. She had to create a digital platform about something she was passionate about. This was the birth of the street art movement and Instagram account @catcallsofNYC. Catcalling is all too familiar to women...

Attention Class of 2020!

Attention Class of 2020!

Sofia Mahairas, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

I am sure we all know that senior year is almost halfway done. We have worked on our college essays in English class, met with our guidance counselors (way too many times!), and unfortunately, we’ve probably shed a tear or two. The college process is difficult; we have accepted it. However, as the...

Behind the Scenes with the Student Organization / Cabinet

Behind the Scenes with the Student Organization / Cabinet

Daniela Castro, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

You may have seen them on Wolverine TV, spamming your e-mails, or even sitting next to you during class. Members of S.O. Cabinet are everywhere! If you have ever participated in spirit week, taken part in a school carnival, or sung your heart out during a coffee house karaoke, these are the people you...

New York City Crossword

New York City Crossword

Maggie Schneider, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

Across 4. Contest loser to the Empire State Building 6. Newest Hudson Yards attraction 10. Brooklyn neighborhood that attracts fish? 12. Where the devil might be cooking 13. Neighborhood of Citi Field 14. Famous Harlem theater 15. Museum that leaves you spiraling 16. Holden Caulfield’s ha...

Revival of Filipino Culture Club

Revival of Filipino Culture Club

Jaymie Paredes, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

When people hear “the Philippines,” the first thing that usually comes to mind is exotic food such as balut and adobo. However, Filipino culture is far more complex than its cuisine. It encompasses religious beliefs, holiday celebrations, and unique traditions. Bronx Science has a large variety...

Waving Goodbye to Ocean Pollution

Waving Goodbye to Ocean Pollution

Ellora Klein, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

As you climb off your Vallo bus, eyes bleary and stomach grumbling, a large shape in the Bronx Science courtyard catches your eye. On your walk up to school, you identify the shape as an artistic interpretation of a large wave, different shades of blue standing out in the dark entrance. Upon closer inspection,...

We Wet Our Plants

We Wet Our Plants

Tina Ou, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

Although not every student knows, Bronx Science has four gardening facilities: the rooftop garden, the garden by the parking lot, the greenhouse within the garden, and the hydroponic system. Courtesy of the horticulture class, the Green Team, and Gardening Club, there are plans to remodel the whole garden...

Forget Blue Jeans! Fashions Going Green!

Forget Blue Jeans! Fashions Going Green!

Ula Pranevicius, Staff Reporter

December 9, 2019

We live in the middle of a climate crisis that threatens the way we function and our survival. In order to cope with this issue, we have to fundamentally change the way we live and make more informed choices not only as consumers, but as inhabitants of this earth. An example of our consumerism tying into o...

Bronx Science Welcomes New Faculty Members to the Guidance Department

Bronx Science Welcomes New Faculty Members to the Guidance Department

Maanya Shah, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

“Having guidance is important because students can express their feelings and opinions to professional adults in a safe place,” said Logan Klinger, ’21, who bears the workload of a Bronx Science junior, as well as S.O. Cabinet responsibilities and mock trial. As a member of Cabinet, Klinger recently hel...

Stylish Students

Stylish Students

Anastasia Diakolios, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

In a school as large as Bronx Science, it is easy to feel like you are just a face in the crowd.  But for some students, being another face in the crowd is not an option. These students have taken to expressing their own distinct identities through unique and eye-catching outfits. They believe that styl...

Wolverine TV is in for a New Season

Wolverine TV is in for a New Season

Rose Marabello, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Wolverine TV is officially back on the air for its ninth season, with six brand new segments heading our way. Wolverine TV is excited to introduce new segments such as, Crazy Challenges With Krish/Krish's Crazy Challenges (Krish Shah ’21), Dive In With Darya (Darya Lollos ’20), Nailed or Failed With F...

Class of 2023: You’ll Be Great!

Class of 2023: You’ll Be Great!

Sophia Randall, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Entering high school from middle school is typically a stressful experience, as it often requires leaving old friends and adapting to a completely new academic environment. The experience can be described as being like a small fish going into a larger pond. At Bronx Science, making this transition may seem...

Beyond the Classrooms of Bronx Science

Beyond the Classrooms of Bronx Science

Najmul Miah, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

It’s not every day that you see a 17-year-old walk through the doors of one of the world’s largest financial firms, ready to start their summer internship. After rounds of interviews and an extensive hiring process, working at JP Morgan as an Investment Banking Intern this summer was a dream come tr...

Spilling the Tea on Tea

Spilling the Tea on Tea

Jemma Lasswell, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

While coffee is often touted as an essential pillar of the Bronx Science lifestyle, there’s another source of caffeine that students have been turning towards: tea. Tea has proven more popular than ever before, from colloquialisms like “spilling the tea” to the after-school favorite bubble tea. T...

AtomHacks

AtomHacks

Sanford James, Staff Reporter

October 9, 2019

Due to our increasing reliance on smart devices, technology has become an important part of our daily lives.  Whether it id an alarm on your smartphone to wake you up in the morning, or a voice command to turn off your lights at night, technology - and the software behind its functions - has beco...

Jing Mae ’20 Wins Second Place in the NYC Shakespeare Competition Finals For the First Time in Bronx Science History

Jing Mae ’20 Wins Second Place in the NYC Shakespeare Competition Finals For the First Time in Bronx Science History

Tiffany Chen, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

With a selection of over 250 monologues from 38 plays to choose from, The English-Speaking Union, a non-profit educational charity, held the 36th annual ESU National Shakespeare Competition to rally talented performers to compete. Since February 14th, 2019, students have been preparing their solil...

To Major or Not to Major?

To Major or Not to Major?

Sofia Mahairas, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

We’ve heard the question all our lives, “what do you want to be when you grow up?”  As a child, you probably had a pretty quick answer: singer, actor, basketball player, astronaut.  As you grew older, you probably became a little more realistic: doctor, lawyer, teacher, and for some o...

Science For Bronx

Science For Bronx

Tina Ou, Staff Reporter

June 30, 2019

The lack of representation of African American and Latino students across the eight specialized high schools has been a growing problem in New York City.  In light of this discrepancy, Mayor Bill de Blasio has proposed a plan to remove the Specialized High School Admissions Test (SHSAT) and ins...

Next Stop: College!

Next Stop: College!

Aaron Wu, Staff Reporter

June 30, 2019

By now, all of the seniors have already decided on where they are going to for college. However, although their college application and anticipation process officially winds down, students, who are now set on where they’re going, are preparing for their college independence, including finding financial aid...

Recognition for New Bronx Science Clubs

Recognition for New Bronx Science Clubs

Sofia Mahairas, Staff Reporter

June 30, 2019

Bronx Science is famous for its academics, its large variety of sports teams, and of course its unique and interesting clubs.  Bronx Science has over 70 clubs, that each specialize in various topics. Some are related to music and art such as the Chamber Musics Club and the Starving Artists Societ...

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