The Science Survey

Anastasia Diakolios, Staff Reporter

Anastasia Diakolios is one of the Editor in Chiefs of ‘The Observatory’ and a Staff Reporter for ‘The Science Survey’. She loves to write about all the interesting members of the Bronx Science community and current events. She believes journalistic writing is important because it allows one to learn more about other people and their perspectives. Taking photos is one of her favorite parts of reporting, because she loves snapping a picture that clearly conveys the story she is trying to tell. Her love for current events is apparent as she was a member of the Public Forum debate team and wants to pursue a career in politics. In addition, she is one of the senior editors of Dynamo, a student run literary magazine. Her favorite book is ‘Just Kids’ by Patti Smith and she enjoys exploring different neighborhoods in New York. 

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Despite Greece’s rocky past, many people now hold hope for the future of the country. “As a nation familiar with social and economic turbulence, it is exciting to see how the new President will influence the current political climate,” said Elena Morgan ’20.

A Female Hope for Greece

Anastasia Diakolios, Staff Reporter
April 22, 2020
“Our government’s failure to manage the country’s issues with infrastructure and the economy have pushed people of all ages to protest. The streets are flooded with students from all over Lebanon,” said Lebanese student Celeste Abourjeli ’20.

Beirut Speaks Out

Anastasia Diakolios, Staff Reporter
March 3, 2020
Aline Marrero ‘20 share her experiences watching The Colors Show and interprets its effect on the Brazilian community.

[Photo] The Colors Show

February 28, 2020
Some students use their style to convey their mood and confidence, such as Marco Stetller ’21.

Stylish Students

Anastasia Diakolios, Staff Reporter
November 24, 2019
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