Scenes Inside the Library

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A senior prints out a copy of his calculus homework.

Every Friday, it’s more than likely that there’s one place in the school that is absolutely packed: the library. Friday math tests have essentially become a regular part of Bronx Science culture, and you can expect to find students in the library working on everything from geometric proofs to solving integrals. The library isn’t just a place to study, though; it’s where students come to write their research report, read books, get a head-start on their homework, or just take a break from their school day with their friends. There’s almost no student who can say they’ve never been to the library or used any of its resources. For much of the Bronx Science community, the library has become an important part of their high school experience.

…it’s where students come to write their research report, read books, get a head-start on their homework, or just take a break from their school day with their friends.

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A large dictionary can be found near the front of the library.
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A group of students work together on a problem.
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One of the most recognizable parts of the library is the globe sitting on a shelf.
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A senior finishes up work for one of his classes.
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A group of students laugh and enjoy some time together with their friends.
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Some students work on their group projects simultaneously during a free period.
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