The Science Survey

In general, Bronx Science students are highly supportive of the humanities. “I think that my English class is useful, because the exposure to new texts and the class discussions give me a broader perspective on the world. My STEM classes do the same thing, but in different ways,” Eva Uddin ’24 said.

The Vitality of the Bronx Science English Department

Maggie Schneider, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

As you walk into the Bronx Science building, you cannot miss the giant mosaic mural that is placed above the front entrance. At first glance, it appears to be an ode to scientific achievement: robed men...

Tanisha Khan ’22, Co-President of the ASL Education Club always questioned the lack of knowledge of ASL in the general population. “It was weird to me that it wasn’t common to learn ASL,” Khan said.

America’s Silent Language at Bronx Science

Olivia Wronski, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

With the use of their rapidly motioning fingers, hands, arms, and varying facial expressions, Tanisha Khan ’22 and Wagiha Mariam ’22 have just had a conversation. Without a single noise, the two students...

Some of the Editors-in-Chief of the 2020-2021 ‘The Science Survey’ collaborate during a Zoom meeting after school. Pictured from left to right, top to bottom, are Cadence Chen ’22, Maggie Schneider ’22, Arianne Browne ’22, Jillian Chong ’22 and Victoria Diaz ’22 (Not pictured: Saamiya Ahmed ’22 and Declan Hilfers ’22).

December 2021 Advice Column

Hi, Bronx Science! We hope you’re enjoying being back in the building and seeing the very real, carbon-based faces of your classmates! As amazing as it is that we can return to a semi-normal learning...

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December 2021 Crossword: Classic Books Theme

Maggie Schneider, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

To complete the crossword at home, simply click on the crossword box, print it out, and fill in the boxes using the clues below! Across: 1. "Pictured" character in an Oscar Wilde novel 7. Brontë...

Big Sibs Emily Shang 22, Grace Lim 22, and Saamiya Ahmed 22 take the lead during a monthly advisory session for homeroom A01.

Big Sibs: Back and Better Than Ever

Marian Caballo, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

Most of us can remember walking into Bronx Science for the first time, pushing through the green doors, staring up at the mural displayed across the entryway, and predicting where the next four years will...

Some performers prefer the more open spaces of the train platforms.

Bringing Life Back to the Underground

Miaoting Zhen, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

On November 1, 2021, the MTA had an estimated 3,026,879 riders. The MTA’s extensive transit system allows regular subway-goers to experience New York’s rich underground culture where beautiful murals,...

The FeMaidens are taking the new in-person Bronx Science year by storm. Here, the team is pictured, pre-pandemic.

The Iron Maidens — How Have They Been Doing Lately?

Elizabeth Gloria Jung, Staff Reporter December 2, 2021

It all began in 2006, when several female members of the Sciborgs (co-ed Robotics team in Bronx Science) noticed the underrepresentation of females in the STEM field, nationwide. In many robotics programs...

Andy Ouyang ‘22 studies his Multivariable Calculus notes in preparation for an upcoming exam.

The Calculus Experience at Bronx Science

Jason Dai, Staff Reporter November 29, 2021

All Bronx Science students know about the mathematics exams on Fridays.   Students rush to their bus stops or subways early in the morning each Friday, looking forward to their last school...

Leila Buchan ’22 wears Adidas sneakers paired with baggy jeans.

These Sciencites Have Style!

Helen Stone, Staff Reporter November 29, 2021

When you look good, you feel good. For many, fashion is an important mode of self-expression that COVID-19 stripped away from us last year, as many of us chose the fully remote schooling option. We were...

Pictured above are the co-chairs of Bronxtober Fest: (from left to right) Ava Kawamura 22, Samantha Pokorny 22, Kristen Ho 22, and Manruchi Padda 22.

Meet the 2021-2022 Senior Council

Alexandra Zwiebel, Staff Reporter November 19, 2021

“Senior year for seniors, by seniors!” reads the @bxsciseniorcouncil Instagram bio. The Senior Council for the class of 2022 is bursting with excitement for more of their upcoming senior events, after...

Mr. Kubiak, a Chemistry and Science Research teacher, is hard at work preparing for a class.

Welcome Aboard, New Staff Members of Bronx Science!

Ruby Moran, Staff Reporter November 19, 2021

Now that all students are back in the building, Bronx Science has provided new students with extra resources and enjoyable activities, from the addition of Big Sibs for sophomores and an extra orientation...

From left to right: Coordinator Naomi Liu and Co-presidents Katie Kong and Labiba Islam, performing in their 2020 show, Inline: The Brain Games.

Muted to Liberated: The Voices of S!NG

Soree Park, Staff Reporter November 17, 2021

New York City is home to Broadway and all of its famous musicals. But what about off-Broadway? By off-broadway, I mean way off-Broadway. At Bronx Science, a primarily STEM-based high school, there exists...

After the return of in-person learning, students are now getting used to experiencing group work -- without having to use their cameras and microphones.

The Transition From Remote Learning Back to In Person School

Maliha Chowdhury, Staff Reporter November 16, 2021

As students groggily woke up on Monday, September 13th, 2021, a realization hit them: they could not study in their cozy beds anymore. The day marked the end of 18 months of remote learning for the majority...

 Saldon Tenzin ’24 said, “Although I didn’t always feel like this, I grew to love and feel lucky for having a name like mine because of the unique  quality that it has.”

What’s In a Name?

Arianne Browne, Staff Reporter November 4, 2021

A name is what draws someone into a business, a song, an artist, or a brand. It’s something that represents where we’re from, who our families are, and our sense of pride. And, yet, it’s so easy...

Elizabeth Jung ‘22 scrolls through the News app on her phone.

What Do Students Click On?

William Wu, Staff Reporter November 4, 2021

“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money.” - Margaret Thatcher.  Mr. Fomin, my Calculus BC teacher asked, “Does anyone know who Margaret Thatcher...

Here is my grandfathers professional headshot from his time writing for The New Yorker.

My Grandfather, the Writer

Enza Jonas-Giugni, Staff Reporter June 22, 2021

My grandfather, Gerald Jonas, used to pick me up from Kindergarten on Wednesdays. I attended P.S. 84 then, a dual-language elementary school on 92nd street located just around the corner from the towering...

In preparation for the Town Hall, members of the different committees come together to finalize plans. (Student names are organized left to right and up to down): Skye Lam ’22, Mamadou Barry ’22, and Edie Fine ’21 are members of the S.O. Cabinet; Angelina Chen ’24, Reese Villazor ’21, Giyun Hong ’21, Jaymie Paredes ’21, and Caleb Yam ’21 are members of the Educational Committee; Mia Goldberg ’22, Bonnie Huang ’22, and Nicolas Kim ’22 are members of the Discussion Committee; Victoria Diaz ’22, Regan Toriello ’22, Tiffany Zheng ’22, Mysha Rahman ’22, and Avery Look ’21 are members of the Promotional Committee.

Promoting Education and Awareness: The Anti-Asian Racism Town Hall at Bronx Science

Jaymie Paredes, Staff Reporter June 22, 2021

With a spike in the number of anti-Asian hate crimes across America during the past year, youth activism has been vital in keeping the public aware. On April 29th, 2021, Bronx Science held an Anti-Asian...

Edie Fine 21 takes her artivism personally, while demonstrating her piece for the art rebellion.

Juliet Daniel ’21 and Edie Fine ’21: Today’s Activists

Logan Klinger, Staff Reporter June 22, 2021

Oftentimes, we forget to remember that excellence goes beyond academics. Bronx Science is home to scientists, artists, writers, performers and politicians who also happen to be studious. They wish to create...

Pictured are the Editors-in-Chief of the 2020-2021 The Science Survey planning out this advice column during a Zoom meeting. From left to right, top to bottom: Kate Reynolds ’21, Julia Sperling ’21, Jamie Lee Nicolas ’21, Maggie Schneider ’22, Alina Chan ’21, Michael Toscano ’21, and Lavanya Manickam ’21.

Summer 2021 Advice Column: Transitions, Transitions, Transitions

Hey Bronx Science! Wow! It is hard to believe the 2020-2021 school year is wrapping up already. Since this is the last Advice Column of this academic year, we hope these answers will help students as...

Here is the front of the Black Whale, an iconic City Island restaurant.

The Forgotten Bohemians of City Island

Johannah Doyle, Staff Reporter June 22, 2021

City Island is an island neighborhood of New York City located just off the coast of the East Bronx. Today, the insular community is home to seafood restaurants, marinas, and scenic views of the Long Island...

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