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Exploring the Fascinating Culture of Korea

Exploring the Fascinating Culture of Korea

Caitlin Yeung, Staff Reporter

December 24, 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...

Don’t Study Hard, Study Smart: Tips for MidTerms, Regents, and Finals

Don’t Study Hard, Study Smart: Tips for MidTerms, Regents, and Finals

Tiffany Chen, Staff Reporter

December 10, 2018


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You are at your desk, typing furiously on your laptop trying to finish your term paper due at eight in the morning. The seconds are ticking by, and you are wondering why you waited so long to start your paper. A few minutes later, you are getting ready to click the submit button, when an alarm rings and...

A Wrinkle In Time

A Wrinkle In Time

Michelle Li, Staff Reporter

December 8, 2018


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Once upon a time, Bronx Science had a cheerleading team. And a teacher’s cafeteria. And a senior lounge. And a non-virtual school store. And big green lockers with customizable locks. True story. “It's funny to think about how much of Bronx Science was quite different, only ten years ago,”  J...

College Application Advice

College Application Advice

Shé Edwards, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018


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So, it’s application season. While the scramble for last minute recommendations, raves, and guidance meetings is comparable to a literal mosh pit, we’re at the most important point of the college application process. It’s important to keep calm, collected, and organized for the upcoming deadlines. No,...

A New Year, Many New Courses

A New Year, Many New Courses

Taylor Huang, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018


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This year, Bronx Science’s famously enormous course guide further multiplied in size with the addition of seven new classes in almost every academic discipline. Although the name 'Bronx Science' indicates correctly that the school has a strong STEM focus, we also celebrate the diversity of all...

Diversity at Bronx Science: Meet Some of Our New Wolverines

Diversity at Bronx Science: Meet Some of Our New Wolverines

Tiffany Chen, Staff Reporter

December 5, 2018


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As one of the eight specialized high schools in New York City, Bronx Science has a diverse community that many people are unaware of. There are over 3,000 individuals from various backgrounds, and each one of them has their own unique story to share. A new member of the Wolverine community, Allie Smithie ’22, is...

What is Climate Change?

What is Climate Change?

Christi Kim, Staff Reporter

October 25, 2018


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The world’s ice caps are melting, species are going extinct, and the weather is unpredictable. Climate change is real. What is it, though? It is an umbrella term for topics like global warming, shifting rainfall and precipitation patterns. Since the 1880s, the Earth has warmed by 2 degrees Fahrenhei...

The Pros and Cons of Applying Early Action and Early Decision to College

The Pros and Cons of Applying Early Action and Early Decision to College

Kristina Ang, Staff Reporter

September 8, 2018


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Nobody likes to play “the waiting game”— especially with college admissions. The college application process is complex and anxiety-inducing  due to the very lengthy and unnecessarily long waiting period that follows the application process. Applying early is not a relatively new idea in the college...

Say Goodbye to Hay Fever

Say Goodbye to Hay Fever

Christina Pan and Hollie Park

June 30, 2018


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Referred to as spring allergies, hay fever, and pollinosis, seasonal allergic rhinitis describes the symptoms of allergies caused by plant pollens. Millions of people in America suffer from this allergy, and the severity of the symptoms can vary greatly due to various factors, such as humidity, temp...

Return of Smorgasburg

Return of Smorgasburg

Melissa Cen, Staff Reporter

June 30, 2018


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Returning to Brooklyn, Smorgasburg, an outdoor food fair that features over one hundred vendors from all over the world, is now offering over a dozen new vendors. The fair is located at the waterside of the East River where you can enjoy the food with a view of the Manhattan skyline. The event offers foods...

Last Stop: College

Last Stop: College

Alia Yeancades, Staff Reporter

June 25, 2018


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For most students, April showers tend to bring May flowers, but for seniors, it marks the tail end of the arduous affair that is the college process. For nearly six months, students all over the country struggle to find peace in the uncertainty of the unknown, as they anxiously await their responses...

Former S.O. Presidents: Where Are They Now?

Former S.O. Presidents: Where Are They Now?

Emily Bedolis, Staff Reporter

June 25, 2018


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At the start of second semester, while the majority of Bronx Science students are recovering from midyears and getting excited for their upcoming vacations, a small population of students are focused on just one thing: becoming student organization leaders. In 2018, February 7th and 8th were the kicko...

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