Hallway Life

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Anna Buhler

A student unlocks his locker.

Before, after and in between class periods, students can be seen sitting together in the hallways. Students will congregate together and socialize during their free periods as an alternative to meeting in the cafeteria or library. The hallways are particularly filled during colder months, as many prefer to stay indoors. The hallways serve as much more than a way to get to each class. Students interact and hang out, and the many hallways in the school allow them to do so in a less crowded environment compared to the other common areas. Here are some photos of the hallway life at Bronx Science.

The hallways serve as much more than a way to get to each class.

Students assemble origami cranes together in the hallway. (Jaymie Paredes)
Logan Klinger ’21 and Wimie Hsieh ’21 complete work on a laptop. (Lola Murti)
Juniors Maya Gupta, Jasmine Posner and Mikayla Redmond pose in the math wing. (Anna Buhler)
A student decorates a seasonal bulletin board. (Anna Buhler)
A student independently works on the third floor. (Anna Buhler)
Kate Reynolds ’21 and Isabel Garzon ’21 pose together in the lobby. (Anna Buhler)
Julia Sperling ’21 and Maya Chari ’21 relax in the hallway during a free period.
Students work on their math homework. (Saira Billah)
Sarah Lydon ’21 and Suborna Kar ’21 spend their free period together in the math wing. (Lola Murti)
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