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The Science Survey

Celebrating Memories: Alumni Day at Bronx Science

Bronx Science alumni gather to reconnect with old friends, celebrate their shared history, and relive cherished memories through a day filled with activities and nostalgia.
Two alumni reunite and share a moment of joy in the beloved Bronx Science library.

As one walks through the halls of Bronx Science on Alumni Day, cheerful laughter is heard, echoing off the walls where alumni reunite and roam around like they did during their high school years. As they share their fond memories of their childhood, alumni enjoy various activities such as browsing archival yearbooks and buying school merchandise to remember the sweet experiences here at Bronx Science. The day ended with new, beautiful memories of coming back home and the lasting bonds formed through our school community. This year, Alumni Day was held on Sunday, June 2nd, 2024. 

About the Contributors
Jinha Yoo, Staff Reporter
Jinha Yoo is a Staff Reporter for ‘The Science Survey.’ She utilizes the power of storytelling not only to inform people about the topics she deeply cares about but also to provoke interest and curiosity among readers. Jinha believes that the allure of journalistic photography lies in its ability to capture the raw, unfiltered moments of reality. She appreciates the beauty of photography as it freezes emotions, expressions, and events in time, conveying powerful stories without the need for words. Outside of school Jinha enjoys listening to music, coding, and taking photos. Jinha is also a part of Key Club and the Model UN team. In college, Jinha plans to pursue a career in the medical field.
Fei Ji, Staff Reporter
Fei Ji is a Chief Graphic Designer and a Copy Chief for  ‘The Observatory’ yearbook. He is also a Staff Reporter for the school’s newspaper ‘The Science Survey’. Fei finds journalism to be fascinating because you can combine real world events with what is happening within the Bronx Science community. He also finds photography to be interesting because of its ability to capture a specific moment in time, through colorful, wordless detail. Outside of school, Fei has many hobbies, but he mainly enjoys reading books and playing basketball in his free time. In the future, Fei would like to work in the fields of engineering and cybersecurity.
Allegra Lief, Staff Reporter
Allegra Lief is a Copy Chief for The Science Survey and is responsible for the review and revision of her peers' articles prior to publication. Through her writing, Allegra hopes to convey her love of  art history, politics and current events.  Allegra has always recognized the value of journalistic writing in shedding light on untouched truths and allowing readers to connect with cultures and pressing topics that would otherwise not be in their orbit. She also believes in the power of good photography; it helps to personalize the people discussed in a piece and brings to life the complex emotions and storylines discussed. In her free time, you can find Allegra curled up with a good book, walking around the city with friends, or exploring an art museum or gallery with anyone who will accompany her. In college, Allegra plans to study international relations, history and political science, but hopes to intertwine her love of journalism with any future career she might pursue.
Tasnim Haque, Staff Reporter
Tasnim Haque is the Chief Graphic Designer and Editor-in-Chief of ‘The Observatory’ yearbook.  She is also a Staff Reporter for 'The Science Survey.' To her, journalistic writing is a creative outlet for expression.  She firmly believes that journalism has the power to illuminate diverse narratives, fostering unity among people. To Tasnim, the appeal of journalistic photography lies not just in narrating stories but in capturing and preserving them for future generations. Beyond her academic endeavors, Tasnim indulges in her passion for South Asian music. She is currently in her fourth year of dedicated practice in Hindustani Semi-Classical music, focusing heavily on popular music. Her enthusiasm for music aligns with her desire to learn from the rich tapestry of others' experiences. Looking toward the future, Tasnim aspires to delve into the realms of psychology and neuroscience during her college years, with a keen interest in cognitive science. She firmly believes that being a journalist and graphic designer will enable her to explore stories that offer profound insights into the vast spectrum of human capabilities and limitations. Through her chosen path, she aims to uncover the greatness within the human spirit and share these compelling narratives with the world.
Astrid Grimskog-Tran, Staff Reporter
Astrid Grimskog-Tran is a Graphic Designer and an Academics Section Editor for ‘The Observatory’ yearbook. She is also a Staff Reporter for 'The Science Survey.' Astrid finds that the most appealing aspect of journalism is discovering people’s stories and being able to share them with the world. Outside of school, Astrid enjoys reading books, watching movies, and spending time with her family, as well as solving various types of puzzles and exploring the city while Geocaching with her sister.
Ruby Moran, Staff Reporter
Ruby Moran is a Copy Chief for ‘The Science Survey.’ She believes that journalistic writing is essential for educating the public on crucial issues affecting all types of communities around the world. She enjoys a multitude of creative hobbies such as prose writing and creating visual artwork, as well volunteering in her free time. Ruby plans on continuing her volunteer work to advocate for environmental issues and marginalized voices in creative fields. In college, she is interested in studying business administration. She hopes for a future in which she continues to pursue what she loves while creating positive change for future generations.
Lily Zufall, Staff Reporter
Lily Zufall is an Editor-in-Chief of ‘The Science Survey.’ To her, the most appealing part of journalistic writing is being able to walk the line between strictly informational writing and creative stories. Her favorite stories have been ones that allow her to explore New York City and do deep dives on small topics that interest her.  She is a part of the track and cross country teams at Bronx Science, and participates in the biology research program. After high school, Lily hopes to pursue something in the environmental sciences, where she is hopefully able to use the writing skills she has learned on staff of ‘The Science Survey’ in conjunction with the other things she will learn.