The Science Survey

Victoria Diaz, Staff Reporter

Victoria Diaz is an Editor-in-Chief for ‘The Science Survey'. She believes that journalism is important in its ability to share ideas and knowledge with the general public and to inform them about current events. Victoria also believes that journalism is important as a way to creatively express yourself and incorporate ideas and thoughts from the people in your community. She believes that photography acts as a perfect compliment to journalistic writing, as it gives context to the subject and setting that is being written about. She enjoys creative writing, activism, yoga and hip hop music. Victoria plans to study psychology in college.

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As the city opens back up and many of us start to become more active, it is important to reflect on our experiences over the past fifteen months of the Coronavirus pandemic and to make new plans.

Post-Isolation Bucket Lists

Victoria Diaz, Staff Reporter
June 14, 2021
After Biden’s victory and the subsequent insurrection at the Capitol, fencing has been put up for security purposes around the White House and Congress buildings. Former president Trump and the Republican party seem to be at loggerheads in terms of where the Republican party will go in the future.

Make America Great Again, Again?

Victoria Diaz, Staff Reporter
March 21, 2021
Ms. Wilhelm, organizer of the Modern Music Club, said, “There is always prejudice and bias against artists of color.”

[Photo] Unwelcome Awards

Ellora Klein, Staff Reporter
April 8, 2020
Ms. Wilhelm, a new English teacher at Bronx Science, speaks on her work /life balance between being a high school teacher and a graduate student.

Ms. Wilhelm: The Best of Both Worlds

Victoria Diaz, Staff Reporter
December 17, 2019
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