The Science Survey

Alina Chan, Staff Reporter

Alina Chan is an Editor-in-Chief for ‘The Science Survey.' She believes that when she writes, she gives herself, and others, a voice for self-expression. Alina also finds that journalistic writing allows her to tell stories while informing audiences. Alina admires journalistic photography since it can capture the authenticity of a moment in time that one can never get back. She believes that the aesthetics of photographs lure attention towards the article, and thus, are crucial to the story-telling. Outside of school, Alina loves trying new things and exploring new places. She plans to travel around the world later in life to experience new people and new settings. She also participates in social activism, dedicating time to organizations that are aimed at social equality. In college, Alina plans to study public policy and investigative journalism. She wishes to one day make an impact on her community by standing up for her beliefs.

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Girls bowling team bowling.

[Photo] Sports at Bronx Science

Anna Buhler, Staff Reporter
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“Memes are a way to connect with others, have a laugh and stay informed on current events. Memes connect our generation,” said Lillian Tzanev ’20.

Meme Culture: Are We Desensitized?

Alina Chan, Staff Reporter
April 8, 2020
The Asian American Association Club often have conversations pertaining to East Asian current events, including the newly found accomplishments of the 2019 film Parasite.

America Has Caught a Parasite

Alina Chan, Staff Reporter
February 28, 2020
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