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A volunteer helps a client at the food pantry. (Photo Credit: Used by permission from @theimaginesociety)

Ascension Food Pantry: Where Service Meets Dignity

Georgie Barth, Staff Writer June 19, 2024

I’ve been volunteering at Ascension Food Pantry, at 107th and Broadway in Manhattan, since I was in fifth grade. I’ve always felt better after I left, and excited to return. I wondered why I felt this...

Today, comedians like Ali Wong are stealing the spotlight away from fictitious stereotypes of what it means to be Asian. (Photo Credit: CleftClips, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons)

Too Funny to be Asian or Too Asian to be Funny? The Rise of Asian Comedians

Sidney Lin, Staff Reporter May 13, 2024

It is twelve in the morning. Despite how dark it is outside, the sun’s goodbye seems to be an invitation for the interior grime to make itself comfortable. The overhead lighting is holding on for dear...

Students are often found studying for upcoming exams or doing homework in the cafeteria during their lunch or free periods.

No Free Lunches: Many Bronx Science Students Are Skipping Midday Meals For Extra Classes

Liza Greenberg, Staff Reporter May 13, 2024

This article is one of the winning submissions from the New York Post Scholars Contest, presented by Command Education. “Lunch is for the weak.”  That is what one Bronx Science mom says when...

The wooden containers hold the treasures of delectable dim sum. (Photo Credit: kofookoo.de / Unsplash)

The Best Dim Sum Restaurants in New York City

Jacey Mok, Staff Reporter May 13, 2024

Dozens of round, wooden containers crowd the table. The waiter, an elderly Chinese woman, lifts off the lids and quickly drizzles soy sauce over select dishes, before stamping the bill on the table to...

Nearing the end of the first half, two teams continue to face it off at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England. (Photo Credit: Tim Bechervaise / Unsplash)

May 2024 Crossword: Soccer Theme

Charlotte Zhou, Staff Reporter May 13, 2024

“The ability of writers to imagine what is not the self, to familiarize the strange and mystify the familiar, is the test of their power.” - Tony Morrison (Photo Credit; Debby Hudson / Unsplash)

Recognizing the Future of Literature: An Inside Look into the World of Young Writers

Ruby Moran, Staff Writer May 13, 2024

You’ve just come home from a long day at school. Your back and shoulders are sore from carrying your heavy backpack all day. Your legs are tired from walking up and down flights of stairs to get to each...

Here, the Managing Editors, Copy Chiefs, and Editors-in-Chief of ‘The Science Survey,’ the writers of the April 2024 Advice Column, pose for a photo. From left to right are Anna Koontz ’25, Isabel Goldfarb ’25, Lily Zufall ’24, Maliha Chowdhury ’24,Claire Elkin ’25, Yasmine Salha ’24, Pritika Patel ’24, Ayshi Sen ’24, Ayana Chari ’24, and Dara King ’25.

May 2024 Advice Column: Navigating College Concerns, Senior Schedules, Summer Internships, and more!

Hello, Bronx Science! We, the Managing Editors, Copy Chiefs, and Editors-in-Chief of The Science Survey, remember navigating the college process last year and understand how confusing it can be. As...

Eva Wang ’24 wears one of her essentials, a zip-up hoodie, in order to combat the cold weather she has to endure, while still looking stylish.

Spring Fashion Trends at Bronx Science

Tiffany Wang, Staff Reporter May 11, 2024

With the weather warming up and the dwindling need for hoodies for comfort, Bronx Science students dress to impress with newly adapted styles.  At Bronx Science, walking through a single hallway introduces...

In the fall, Pritika Patel ’24 is planning on attending Georgetown University, where she hopes to continue advocating for equity for both racial and gender minorities. Malena Galletto ’24 is planning to attend Harvard University and hopes to continue creating an environment where gender minorities feel safe in STEM spaces.

A Profile on the Bronx Science Gender Equity Board

Ayshi Sen, Staff Reporter May 9, 2024

Matriarchal societies often appear as beacons of gender equality, heralded for their stark departure from patriarchal norms. Bronx Science, for example, predominantly has female student leadership, with...

There’s a specific type of community formed in the Gender-Sexuality-Alliance club, with shared experiences and a common safe space regardless of your identity. (Photo Credit: Alexander Grey / Unsplash)

A Profile on Bronx Science’s Gender-Sexuality-Alliance Club

Vanessa Encarnacion, Staff Reporter May 8, 2024

Colorful slideshows, small side conversations, plates full of chips, and occasional card games – this is the typical after-school GSA meeting. The Bronx Science GSA (Gender and Sexuality Alliance) club...

Nava Litt ’25 and Evan Norat ’26 are the winner and runner-up respectively of the Bronx Science 2024 Shakespeare Competition.

The 2024 English Speaking Union Shakespeare Competition

Kate Hankin, Staff Reporter April 19, 2024

On Thursday, February 8th, 2024, fifteen Bronx Science students gathered to compete for the chance to participate in the English Speaking Union National Shakespeare Competition. More than 360,000 students...

Some people think that members of Generation Z dont read books regularly, given how much they use social media. To what extent is this true? (Photo Credit: Alexis Brown / Unsplash)

Does Generation Z Read? Here’s What They Think

Marissa Talushllari, Staff Reporter April 18, 2024

Members of Generation Z, born between 1997 and 2012, haven’t been on Earth all that long — the oldest Gen Zers are only twenty-six years old. Despite the short time they’ve been here, however, a...

Pictured are Bronx Sciences 9 Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars for 2024. Front Row (Left to Right): Rachel Wu ’24, Melody Jiang ’24, Sophie DHalleweyn ’24, and Nema Khan 24. Back Row (Left to Right): Kun-Hyung Roh ’24, Dimitrios Mahairas ’24, Jonathan Lin ’24, Aiden Hightower ’24, and Ryan Kim ’24.

Research Recognition: Bronx Science Honors Nine Regeneron Science Talent Search Scholars and Two Finalists from the Class of 2024

Hallel Abrams Gerber, Staff Reporter March 12, 2024

Kurt Vonnegut once called science “magic that works.” Considering the implications of the work that Bronx Science research students have conducted, science truly has taken on a miraculous lens, turning...

The front display at Alices Tea Cup enchants customers with jars of plate-sized cookies and a variety of scones.

Sweet Sensations: An Exploration of New York City Desserts

Katelyn Chiao, Staff Reporter March 12, 2024

From its glistening skyscrapers, bustling streets, and architectural marvels, to the dazzling lights of Times Square, every inch of New York pulses with unparalleled energy. Amongst the tapestry of vibrant...

In this photo, a huge 1965 Cadillac Eldorado parks on the street like any other car. Up close, the car looks far too nice to be parked outdoors.

The Flourishing New York City Car Scene

Alistair Blee, Staff Reporter March 12, 2024

Walking around New York City, the typical sedans and crossovers overwhelm the streets, but once in a while you might spot one of the more interesting cars driving by. Parking in New York City is hard...

From left to right are Bronx Science students Sinan Roumie 24, Umme Anushka 24, Jazmine Pawar 24, and me, Saldon Tenzin 24, outside of our first stop on the food crawl, Dera Restaurant. (Photo provided by Saldon Tenzin)

Hidden Cultural Restaurants Around New York City

Saldon Tenzin, Staff Reporter March 12, 2024

New York City, nicknamed 'The Big Apple,' is famous for its extensively high skyscrapers, colorful Broadway shows, the MET Gala steps, and thousands of concerts held at Madison Square Garden. Tourists...

Here is Marie Curie, the trailblazing Nobel laureate in physics and chemistry, captured in a moment of scientific contemplation. She will forever illuminate the path for women in STEM. (Photo Credit: Henri Manuel, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons)

The Untold Stories of Women in Science Whose Brilliance Went Unseen

Anayah Hogue, Staff Reporter March 12, 2024

Beyond the celebrated narratives of familiar male figures, a great level of brilliance lies hidden within the minds of countless women — pioneers who navigated through countless systemic biases and societal...

Here, the Managing Editors, Copy Chiefs, and Editors-in-Chief of ‘The Science Survey,’ the writers of the March 2024 Advice Column, pose for a photo. From left to right are Acadia Bost ’24, Hallel Abrams Gerber ’24, Nehla Chowdhury ’24, Charlotte Zhou ’24, Eilidh Kristen Ince ’24, Ruby Moran ’24, Ella Zheng ’24, Bianca Quddus ’25,  Aviv Kotok ’25, and Monica Reilly ’24. Photo Credit: Alexander Thorp

March 2024 Advice Column: How to Successfully Manage the ‘Schoolwork / Life Balance’

Hello, Bronx Science! We, the Copy Chiefs, Managing Editors, and Editors-in-Chief of The Science Survey understand how stressful this time of year is for everyone. As such, we’re excited to share...

Acting is a dynamic art form that changes with the times. Within this landscape, the age-old technique of method acting remains a topic of debate among actors, with many questioning its extremity and its relevance in today’s entertainment world. (Photo Credit: Avel Chuklanovon / Unsplash)

The Method of Becoming a Character

Ashley Chen, Staff Reporter March 12, 2024

You are what you act. In the realm of film, stepping into a character’s shoes is so much more than that superficial allure and elegance you often see. Many actors – in the pursuit of delivering the...

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