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22 Pushup Challenge: Raising Awareness for Veteran Suicide

22 Pushup Challenge: Raising Awareness for Veteran Suicide

Vivian Ma, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2017


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If you’ve been on the internet at all recently, then you have seen the videos of teenagers and celebrities doing push ups with the hashtag #22Kill or #22PushupChallenge. As the name suggests, the participants of this challenge must film themselves doing twenty-two pushups every day for twenty-two days, ...

Feats of Strength: The Wellness Center Implements a New ‘500 Club’

Feats of Strength: The Wellness Center Implements a New ‘500 Club’

Irene Masoutis, Staff Reporter

March 24, 2017


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Starting this November 2016, the Bronx Science Wellness Center implemented a new program for students called The 500 Club. Students who wish to participate are encouraged to come and perform a series of exercises to join a list of members of the 500 Club. Their reward? A 500 Club t-shirt along with braggin...

How Super is your Sunday? How did different people celebrate the big game?

How Super is your Sunday? How did different people celebrate the big game?

Marco Zembo-Palzer, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2017


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On Sunday, February 5th, 2017, families, friends, and loved ones convened to watch one of what many believe is the sporting event of the year, the Super Bowl. If you do not know already, the Super Bowl is the championship game of the NFL (National Football League). This annual event is often one ...

Game Changers: Coaches Have a Lasting Impact

Game Changers: Coaches Have a Lasting Impact

Sinaia Keith Lang, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2017


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Coaches offer more than just input during games; they have an impact upon players both on and off the court. One such coach is gym teacher Ms. Konstantakakos, also known as Coach K. Coach K coaches Boys’ Varsity Fencing in the Fall and Girls’ Varsity Fencing in the Spring, as well as Girls’ V...

Spring Sports Spring into Season

Spring Sports Spring into Season

Alexa Asch, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2017


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Bronx Science students take pride in not only being recognized as intelligent, but also as good athletes. Many of our Spring 2017 sports teams win their division championship titles each year. However, winning does not come easy; it requires a lot of practice and preparation before the season even begins. ...

Boys’ Gymnastics Gets a Makeover for the Winter 2016-2017 Season

Boys’ Gymnastics Gets a Makeover for the Winter 2016-2017 Season

Kitri Sundaram, Staff Reporter

March 23, 2017


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During this Winter 2016-2017 season, the Boys’ Varsity Gymnastics team has been completely remade, to a large extent. After losing six seniors last year (due to graduation), the team had to recruit many new members for this year’s season. However, many of the new gymnasts were upperclassmen, a rare occu...

Vital to Athletic Success: The Unsung Heroes Known as Team Managers

Vital to Athletic Success: The Unsung Heroes Known as Team Managers

Kristina Ang, Staff Reporter

March 22, 2017


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Bronx Science athletic teams have had immense success over the past several years. Our teams have won City Championships and dominated at Mayor’s Cup. Having a myriad of talented student athletes is a large part of the Wolverines’ success, but managers have also found ways to play pivotal roles in v...

Rahman to Give Columbia a Swing

Rahman to Give Columbia a Swing

Michael Ferrari, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2017


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Girls Varsity Tennis star Sarah Rahman '17 has officially been recruited by Columbia University to play for their women's tennis team. She was accepted early decision after being given a verbal offer in March of her junior year. Rahman was first e-mailed by the head coach of Columbia's women tennis...

Phys Ed Teachers Get Their Dancing Shoes On

Phys Ed Teachers Get Their Dancing Shoes On

Nistha Bade Shrestha, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2017


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In popular T.V. shows, Physical Education (PE) classes are shown as fiery pits of horror and humiliation where the bigger and stronger kids use their size, arrogance, and dodgeballs as weapons against their other puny classmates. At Bronx Science however, this fiery pit of horror and humiliation label...

Senior Athletes Recognized at New Era Pinstripe Bowl

Senior Athletes Recognized at New Era Pinstripe Bowl

Melina Asteriadis, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2017


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On December 9th, 2016, Jenna Kolodny '17 and Skylar Hunnewell '17 were both awarded the New Era Pinstripe Bowl Award for soccer and lacrosse, respectively. Every year, the Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) awards student athletes with outstanding athletic and academic achievements through this prestigious...

New Girls’ Tennis Coach

New Girls’ Tennis Coach

Elizabeth Jung, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2016


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  The fall Girls' Varsity Tennis season is coming to a close. As the team welcomed their new coach, Ms. Tara Ware, the expectations and techniques of the team changed. The old coach, Jeff Menaker, had a different set of expectations for the girls. In comparison to Ware, Menaker was more relaxed...

A Makeover for Physical Education Classes

A Makeover for Physical Education Classes

Brandy Chen, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2016


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Plans for the reshuffling of physical education classes have finally been brought to life this fall. Instead of having all the grades together, the upperclassmen and the underclassmen students are now divided. Students have varying opinions on this new division. For students, there are mixed feelings...

Two Bronx Science Boys’ Soccer Players Named Best in Nation

Two Bronx Science Boys’ Soccer  Players Named Best in Nation

Emily Bedolis, Staff Reporter

November 22, 2016


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Theodore Lowen ’18 and Zachary Siegelstein ’18 of the Bronx Science Boys' Varsity Soccer team are also members of the #1 ranked boys soccer club team in the nation, Manhattan Soccer Club’s Villa. The club is also home to PSAL championship winning goal scorer Cameron Bonfils, a junior at Beacon...

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