A Spotlight on Our Cultural Clubs

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Pamela Li

Melody Moulton '20 leads a meeting for the Black Organization for Student Strength/ West Indian Society (BOSS/WIS),

Clubs are an essential part of the student life at Bronx Science. With over eighty different club and activity options, students are bound to find something that matches their interests. While some clubs relate to hobbies such as Chess Club, others are career focused, like Business Society. One large category of clubs that students partake in is Cultural Clubs. There are almost two dozen clubs specifically related to the wide variety of cultures that students from our school identify with. These clubs allow students to have a safe space with like-minded students, where they can discuss topics specifically related to their identity. Below are photos from some of these clubs.

There are almost two dozen clubs specifically related to the wide variety of cultures that students from our school identify with.

Students practice a dance in East Asian Entertainment Club. (Ellen Wu)
A student smells a dish being served at a meeting for Filipino Culture Club. (Azalea Danes)
Students watch a French movie on a laptop during French Culture Club. (Audrey Hill)
Angelina Almiroudis ’22, Tristan Weng ’22 and Angelena Bougiamas ’22 present a poster in Greek club. (Samama Moontaha)
Students share a snack in a meeting for Italian Club. (Jaymie Paredes)
A student in Japanese Culture Club constructs origami cranes. (Jiwon Y)
A student gives her peer a henna tattoo in during a Muslim Students’ Association meeting. (Lavanya Manickam)
Students discuss recent events during a meeting of Vivo Latino. (Kin Yang)
Mithila Dey ’21 and Thahiya Hassan ’21 practice a dance during NASHA. (Samama Moontaha)
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