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The Leading Path of an Entrepreneur: Sanford James ’20

The Leading Path of an Entrepreneur: Sanford James ’20

Caitlin Yeung, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2020

As a ninth grader at Bronx Science, Sanford James would not have imagined that he would open his first store before the age of 18. The thought of becoming a co-founder of a new retail concept store called “Toy Terrace,” would have surprised him despite the fact that entrepreneurship runs in his fa...

A Profile of the Rap Duo Bham City

A Profile of the Rap Duo Bham City

Raitah Jinnat, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2020

“When we say Bham, you say City!”  This chant riled up the audience during this year’s Homecoming before a feature performance from Bham City. Why did Bham City excite the audience so much though?  Bham City is a rap duo made up of Baboucarr (Babou) Gaye ’20 and Arjun Mazumdar ...

The One Humanity

The One Humanity

Tina Ou, Staff Reporter

March 18, 2020

Helping someone can come a long way but helping a whole village and impacting more than one thousand people is truly inspirational. The One Humanity is an organization created by Ayesha Khan ’20 that has aided more than 1,300 people. Through this organization, Khan started the Makhpa Medical Care Camp Pr...

Bronx Science’s Cleanest

Bronx Science’s Cleanest

March 18, 2020

A team of eleven custodians work over 40 hours a week at our school, yet they don’t gain much recognition for their work amongst the student body. Our custodians are a crucial part of our school environment, working behind the scenes to keep the building  clean. Keeping a school of over three ...

From Radio Host, to Bronx Science

From Radio Host, to Bronx Science

Daniela Castro, Staff Reporter

March 6, 2020

It’s probably hard to imagine your teacher beyond the context of a classroom, but to students’ surprise, many teachers at Bronx Science had completely different jobs before working here, and some of them weren’t even in the field of teaching. It is often this variety and diversity of experiences th...

Artists at Bronx Science: Where Art Thou?

Artists at Bronx Science:  Where Art Thou?

Julia Sperling

December 17, 2019

Each night when Ella Wilkinson ’21 goes to turn off her lights, her eyes meet a framed page of a magazine beside the light switch. On the page is her drawing of a horse, which a magazine chose to publish when she was in middle school. Although Wilkinson remembers this competition very well, she can’t...

Ms. Heckman: The Jedi Master of Mental Health

Ms. Heckman: The Jedi Master  of Mental Health

Logan Klinger, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

Entering Ms. Heckman’s room will make you feel as if you are in a galaxy far, far away. Visiting our new school social worker is the perfect opportunity for students to unwind, and to speak about any issues concerning mental wellness and social health. Sometimes this entails aiding students in identifying...

The Good, the Great, the Gauss, and the Fomin

The Good, the Great, the Gauss, and the Fomin

Miles Yamner, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

Many of his pupils would agree that Mr. Fomin is one of the best teachers at Bronx Science, and it is for good reasons. He teaches with an unrivaled passion and genuine excitement, and actively strives to be engaging. “After taking his class, you won’t just be knowledgeable about calculus, but you...

Bronx Science Model Bringing A Fashion Show to School Grounds

Bronx Science Model Bringing A Fashion Show to School Grounds

Samama Moontaha, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

To Bronx Science junior Akunna Njoku, looking like her best self and showcasing her confidence is key. The sixteen-year-old has shown impressive creativity by stepping out of the ‘typical’ specialized high school student reputation and into a world of fashion. From walking runways to designing her...

Ms. Wilhelm: The Best of Both Worlds

Ms. Wilhelm: The Best of Both Worlds

Victoria Diaz, Staff Reporter

December 17, 2019

“I believe that as individuals, we need spaces within our day-to-day responsibilities and schedules to acknowledge what we think and feel beyond school and work; once we acknowledge it and have some time to process it, we can get back to what we need to do for the rest of our day,” said new English...

Who is Greta Thunberg?

Who is Greta Thunberg?

Alysa Chen, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Just when climate predictions became existential and world peace agencies issued reports on the crisis soon being irreversible, a young 15 year-old changed what the world thought was possible in the name of student and climate activism. This past March 2019, she was nominated for the Nobel peace prize. Her ...

Humanity First! A Look at Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang’s Platform

Humanity First! A Look at Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang’s Platform

Sabareesh Vishwanathan, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Democratic Presidential candidate Andrew Yang has gained support in the Tri-State area after his rally in New York City. His interesting policies and beliefs have people all around the United States thinking, could this really work? Andrew Yang was born on January 13, 1975 to immigrant parents in...

Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Payel Islam, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Recently, there has been a surge in environmental activism both within Bronx Science, as well as the rest of the country. As we realize that the window of time left to reduce the effects of human activity on climate change is becoming increasingly narrower, we are looking for new ways to help save the p...

Oobah Butler: A True Entrepreneur

Oobah Butler: A True Entrepreneur

Mian Hua Zheng, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Imagine being able to fake your way to the front of Paris Fashion Week with a brand that you found in the local street market, taking it as your own with the identity of Giorgia Peviani. Getting five of your friends a free meal at a buffet by dressing in the same hawaiian shirts and large sunglasses. Ma...

New Plans for Old Clubs

New Plans for Old Clubs

Leann Goldberg, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

While you may think you know the clubs at our school, many of them are changing it up with the incoming leadership during the 2019-2020 academic year. With such a diverse array of members, it’s no surprise that every year we see some changes as presidents and secretaries come and go. This year, look fo...

Wolverine Waves

Wolverine Waves

Yi Lan Zhang, Staff Reporter

November 24, 2019

Eight years ago, the Wolverine TV started their first edition of school news broadcasting. Every Thursday in homeroom, an episode created through the blood and sweat of the staff is broadcasted for the whole school community to watch. “WTV has become an icon of the creativity and talent our school has to sh...

Fashion Frenzy

Fashion Frenzy

Marina Mengual, Staff Reporter

September 9, 2019

Fashion is a way in which students can express their personality traits beyond the classroom environment. A popular trend has recently arose throughout the fashion world: color coordination and color blocking. Pieces such as the Staud Mariah Feather-Trimmed Crepe Top are expensive examples of this craze. ...

Zahin Quayyum ’19 and Tasfia Tasnim ’19 selected as Semifinalists of The Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition

Zahin Quayyum ’19 and Tasfia Tasnim ’19 selected as Semifinalists of The Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition

Tiffany Chen, Staff Reporter

June 30, 2019

With rapidly increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, global warming is becoming an increasingly prominent risk to the Earth. Plastics and other products releasing toxic amounts of carbon emissions have only been adding to the issue. In order to find effective and practical solutions to this...

Wolvergenes: A Student-Oriented Adventure

Wolvergenes: A Student-Oriented Adventure

Maliha Akter, Staff Reporter

June 30, 2019

While the morning tunes echo through the hallways, drowsy students depart from their friends and walk into their first-period classes while others  race up the staircases to avoid being marked late by their teachers. However in Room 325, students in Dr. Mahmoud’s Post-AP Genetics class furiousl...

Applying to Scholarships: A Concept

Applying to Scholarships: A Concept

Sowad Ocean Karim, Staff Reporter

June 30, 2019

May has arrived, and that means hundreds of college decisions (including waitlists) have already been delivered to seniors throughout Bronx Science. But along with those also come scholarship decisions. Amena Khatun ’9 applied to colleges via Questbridge, one of the most popular college applicati...

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