The Science Survey

Helen Stone, Staff Reporter

Helen Stone is the Editor in Chief and Facebook Editor for 'The Science Survey.' She is interested in journalistic writing because she believes that a free press and telling the stories of the people are integral to a liberal democracy. Journalistic photography is especially interesting to her because a photograph can demonstrate an idea, or prove a point, that would not have been possible in words. Helen spends most of her time outside of school at the ice rink practicing figure skating as a member of Team USA or across the street at Harris Field for Girls' Varsity Soccer practice. She is also interested in baking, embroidery, crocheting, and hiking. Helen pursues her interest in writing and photography as a Senior Editor for Bronx Science’s literary magazine, Dynamo. She plans on studying Environmental Studies and American Culture in college and hopes to continue her writing career with journalism or another form of writing, throughout college and beyond.

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Leila Buchan ’22 wears Adidas sneakers paired with baggy jeans.

These Sciencites Have Style!

Helen Stone, Staff Reporter
November 29, 2021
Since the voting age was lowered from 21 to 18 in 1972, youth turnout has always been lower than that of older voters, until 2018. “I think that politicians start to get nervous when they see, in 2018 for example, that the young people’s turnout was a lot higher,” Julie Ebenstein, senior staff attorney for the ACLU, told Rolling Stone Magazine.

Will I Be Allowed to Vote?

Helen Stone, Staff Reporter
May 1, 2021
The NSDA’s online campus platform allows students to compete virtually, and it has many functions such as squad rooms. “The experience is definitely different, but we always make sure to check up on and support each other regardless of whether were debating virtually or in-person,” said Andrew Morrissey ’23.

Speech and Debate Goes Virtual

Helen Stone, Staff Reporter
November 12, 2020
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