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The Science Survey

We've got the news down to a science!

The Science Survey

We've got the news down to a science!

The Science Survey

Sanford James, Staff Reporter

Sanford James is an Editorial Editor for ‘The Science Survey’ and a Student Life Section Reporter for ‘The Observatory.’  Sanford believes that writing allows an author to inform and educate others by disseminating ideas, and this philosophy motivates him to write about pertinent events and topics in his community.  Sanford believes that photography is the preeminent medium to chronicle events for future reference. In his free time, Sanford enjoys skiing, tinkering with electronics, coding, listening to music, and visiting malls across America.  Outside of school, Sanford consults for businesses in the Retail and Technology sectors, with prior work at Fortune 500 companies and local businesses. Sanford believes that businesses should be stewards that leave a positive impact on their respective communities.  Under this philosophy, he enjoys running businesses that he has co-founded, and one of his prior retail ventures include New York City’s first RadioShack Dealer store, a holiday pop-up in a former ToysRUs express for the 2018 holiday season. Sanford has also completed multiple technology projects related to network architecture, data management, and security, as well as AV systems at flagship retail stores in Times Square, Union Square, and SoHo.  Sanford is an active volunteer at a number of local charities, and serves as the Director of Community Relations for a Queens-based holdings company, managing annual donations and charitable events on behalf of the company. While Sanford’s first venture had humble beginnings in video production, he currently does not intend to take a career path directly related to journalism, but rather one in business law.

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State of the art surveillance technologies, like these IP cameras in a retail environment, may become increasingly popular in a world with the Coronavirus.

Safety or Privacy?

Sanford James, Staff Reporter
September 29, 2020
Members of the Girls Varsity Basketball team cheer together during a time out.

[Photo] Athletic Sportsmanship

Lola Murti, Staff Reporter
June 20, 2020
“When I go out, I see people differently now, as I can relate to them,” said Florence Huang ’20.

Students With Jobs

Sanford James, Staff Reporter
April 8, 2020
A fixture of the typical classroom in Bronx Science, the school desks unique design provides an added level of convenience for the user.

Workspace Ergonomics

Sanford James, Staff Reporter
March 5, 2020
The new dual camera configuration comes standard on the iPhone 11 provides better optical zoom.

The iPhone 11: A Review

Sanford James, Staff Reporter
December 17, 2019
Plastic bags help my parents and me to bring groceries home from the supermarket,” said Azmain Chowdhury ‘20.

Sacking Plastic

Sanford James, Staff Reporter
December 9, 2019
Mentor Isaiah Mondesir said, “HTML is like the body, and JavaScript is like the lungs,” an analogy that he used to explain the roles of different programming languages in a website.


Sanford James, Staff Reporter
October 9, 2019
Giyun Hong ’21 believes that religious persecution and gang violence are the main causes of illegal immigration.

The American Dream

Sanford James, Staff Reporter
March 23, 2019
Ethan Sison ’20 and Harry Hinzman ’20  
believe that there may be life on other planets.

Earth’s Big Brother?

Sanford James, Staff reporter
December 12, 2018
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