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Aerospace Engineer Wanda Austin ’71 Delivers Keynote Address at 2020 Bronx Science Commencement Ceremony

June 22, 2020

To watch Dr. Austin's Keynote Address at 92nd Bronx Science Commencement Ceremony, click on the video a...

People are protesting all over New York City in response to the death of George Floyd.

Justice for George Floyd

June 21, 2020

George Floyd, a 46-year-old black man, passed away on May 25, 2020 while under arrest for alleged forger...

Ruby Hogue ’20 participated in the Black Lives Matter protests. “We marched and chanted for miles. There was no major tension between the protestors and the police, which had the potential to break out in violence.”

The Ethics of Pandemic Protests

June 21, 2020

COVID-19, which has killed hundreds of thousands seems to be of no issue in the face of injustice. Altho...

During the four years of Donald Trump’s presidency, New York City and the Bronx Science population have participated in many protests calling for progressive policies to be enacted.

Upcoming Supreme Court Nominees Pose the Biggest Threat to Democrats

June 21, 2020

Since the slate of Democratic candidates announced their campaigns, the Democratic Party has become inc...

Edie Fine ’21, News Reporter, stands with fellow members of an organization called Voices4, which is a queer advocacy network that focused their activism efforts on fighting for queer justice when the three Supreme Court cases were being argued on October 8, 2019.

Supreme Court Decision Marks Important Moment in Queer American History

June 21, 2020

On June 15, 2020, the Supreme Court ruled a historic decision in the narrative of LGBTQ+ history in ...

Babou Gaye spoke highly of the Coordinator of Student Activities, Ms. Parness, who is in charge of the S.O. Cabinet. She is known at Bronx Science for her engaging teaching styles and bubbly personality. “I think my leadership style emphasizes communication and delegation. One very valuable thing that I learned from Ms. Parness is how there has to be a point person for every job, or you risk it not getting done,” said Gaye.

Seniors of the Class of 2020 Who Have Left Their Mark on Bronx Science

June 20, 2020

After the abrupt end of the 2019-2020 in-person school year on March 16, 2020, due to the Coronaviru...

Throwaway culture and online retail giants are on the rise. While online shopping is a safe option for many consumers, how we shop now can have a big impact on the future of e-commerce.

Click to Checkout: Online Shopping During a Pandemic

June 19, 2020

Fifth Avenue has never been so quiet. The once bustling department stores and spectacular window displays...

Señor Uceda’s art piece called “Social Distancing” accurately reflects our current situation.

Behind the Scenes of Remote Teaching With Our Teachers

June 19, 2020

Through video calls and various social media platforms, we have had the luxury of keeping in touch with...

New York State sent a request for an absentee ballot in the June 23, 2020 primary elections to every registered voter. It is one of many states that have looked to expanding voting-by-mail in the wake of the Coronavirus pandemic.

We Cannot Let the Coronavirus Pandemic Derail Voting

June 17, 2020

On April 7th, 2020, in the midst of a statewide shutdown over the coronavirus, Wisconsin held its presidential...

Babou Gaye ’20, Juliet Daniel ’21, and Diana Campbell ’22 meet during a Zoom call. They are all part of the newly formed Anti-Racist Coalition that will be actively working to diversify curricula, to form a Student Diversity Committee and Racial Justice Board, and to work on restorative rather than disciplinary justice.

Black Lives Matter at Bronx Science

June 16, 2020

Spurred by the Black Lives Matter protests that began in response to the murders of George Floyd, To...

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