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Stylish Students

Stylish Students

Anastasia Diakolios, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

In a school as large as Bronx Science, it is easy to feel like you are just a face in the crowd.  Whether it’s your teachers not knowing your name a month into school or someone asking for the notes from a class you definitely don’t take, it’s easy to get lost. But for some students, being an...

Wolverine TV is in for a New Season

Wolverine TV is in for a New Season

Rose Marabello, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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 OK

Class of 2023: You’ll be OK

Sophia Randall, Staff Reporter

November 15, 2019

Entering high 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 a small fish going into a larger pond. At Bronx Science, making this transition can be especially difficult, as...

Beyond The Classrooms of Bronx Science

Beyond The Classrooms of Bronx Science

Najmul Miah, Staff Reporter

November 15, 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...

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 15, 2019

“Having guidance is important because students can express their feelings and opinions to professional adults in a safe place,” says 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...

T.V. Shows Crossword

T.V. Shows Crossword

Maliha Akter, Joselyn Kim, and Annie Liu

June 11, 2019

Across 8. “You have failed this city.” 9. “Should have burned this place down when I had the chance” 10. Jordan Peele hosts the revival of this 1960’s sci-fi show 11. Living with three single guys 12. Melissa Joan Hart was the OG 13. Dysfunctional family of superheroes 16. Amy Poehler’s ...

Competing With an Iron Will

Competing With an Iron Will

Leann Goldberg, Staff Reporter

June 11, 2019

The Bronx Science FeMaidens and SciBorgs are starting this year’s competition season with the two competitions run by FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) in Hudson Valley, an international high school competition in which teams build robots that can play games, and one in New York City. For this year’s...

To Whom It May Concern

To Whom It May Concern

Kaitlyn Romanger, Staff Reporter

June 10, 2019

The issue of race has swept across the country and into our most prestigious high schools. According to The Public School Review, only 5% of Bronx Science’s current student population consists of Hispanic students and only 2% are African American. For the incoming September 2019 class, Stuyvesant has...

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 25, 2019

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...

Sun Salutations Will Clear Your Frustrations

Sun Salutations Will Clear Your Frustrations

Kaitlyn Romanger, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2019

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 ...

SAT Advice from High Achievers

SAT Advice from High Achievers

Joanna Zhao, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2019

The first weekend of each month marks a stressful day for many juniors. After all, they are about to take one of the most important tests of their life, the SAT. The Scholastic Aptitude Test, better known as the SAT, is an incredibly important exam because the scores are used as a standard by which...

Introducing the Anti-Defamation League

Introducing the Anti-Defamation League

Payel Islam, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2019

Bias, both subconscious and conscious, manifests itself in almost all settings in our everyday lives. In order to prevent unwanted bias at Bronx Science, several students have stepped up to work alongside Mr. Nasser and the Anti-Defamation League. The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is an international...

Movies Crossword

Movies Crossword

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

March 25, 2019

Across 2. A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. 4. “Birdbox,” but for your ears… 5. “You’re just a puppet, you’re not in control” 6. “On Wednesdays, we wear pink” 7. Silence the holiday cheer once and for all. 8. Don’t keep your love letters in a teal hatbox. 10. Som...

MUN-precedented Success

MUN-precedented Success

Celeste Abourjeili, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2019

Debate may take up the bulk of morning announcements now, but with Model UN’s rapidly growing team, you should expect to hear more from them in the years to come. Model UN (MUN) is a simulation in which students can learn about effective debate, diplomacy, and international relations. In conferences...

Making Your Voice Heard

Making Your Voice Heard

Audrey Hill, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2019

Many students at Bronx Science feel as though their voice doesn’t matter in the world at large. They reason that since they can’t vote, they can’t contribute politically. However, despite being unable to vote, there are many ways they can make their voices heard, and perhaps have an even greater...

New Green Team Wins Competition

New Green Team Wins Competition

Jemma Lasswell, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2019

The Bronx Science Green Team has already started making waves, despite being just a few months old. In a recent Energy Challenge competition held by the Department of Education’s Office of Sustainability, the Green Team achieved first place for its efforts in making Bronx Science a more sustainable...

The Giving Tree of Winter

The Giving Tree of Winter

Yi Lan Zhang, Staff Reporter

March 25, 2019

With the cold winter season, the homeless resided on the streets, hoping for a winter miracle. Bronx Science volunteer organizations like Red Cross bundled up, and aided the homeless with warm smiles, “We intend to promote awareness of the problems people face on a daily basis and try taking action...

Tips From Seniors on Managing Stress

Tips From Seniors on Managing Stress

Lyn Kajihara, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2019

When it comes to being a student at Bronx Science, business is the norm: most of our students are involved in challenging academic classes, and after school clubs, activities, and sports. Effective time management is key in order to avoid stress, and our seniors especially feel the strain, given their ex...

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

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...

Perfecting Brahms

Perfecting Brahms

Sofia Mahairas, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2019

“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, ...

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