The Science Survey

Chloe Frajmund
Chloe Frajmund is a Staff Reporter for ‘The Science Survey’ and an Academic Section Editor for ‘The Observatory.’ Journalism appeals to her the most because she believes that the media, freedom of speech, and relaying the news to the people is one of the most important parts of a democracy. Journalism allows information, opinions, and news to be conveyed to the people so that a society is not in the dark about both the good and the bad that happens within a country. Chloe enjoys taking photographs in order to tell a story because she believes that a picture can speak a thousand words and that photographs are just as important as the articles themselves. She loves the beach and goes to Brazil to visit her family every summer, with a book always by her side. Her favorite sport is volleyball, her favorite books are ‘All the Light We Cannot See’ and ‘The Book Thief,’ and her favorite movies are ‘Men in Black I’ and ‘Django Unchained.’ In college, Chloe plans to major in political science and minor in marketing or communications; she believes that journalism will give her a strong structure and foundation for her future.

Chloe Frajmund, Staff Reporter

Nov 24, 2019
New Plans for Old Clubs (Media)
Jun 30, 2019
Burning Loose Ends in the Last Season of ‘Game of Thrones’ (Story)
Jun 30, 2019
Netflix’s Sex Education Addresses Stigma Surrounding Sex (Story)
Mar 25, 2019
Dana Crumb, the Bronx-Based Clothing Brand, Created by Eytan Stanton ’19 (Story/Media)
Mar 25, 2019
A Tax On The World’s Poor (Media)
Dec 12, 2018
Project FIRE x Novel Girls Book Drive (Story)
Jun 30, 2018
Sexual Assault Board Introduces Lessons into the Freshman Guidance Curriculum (Story/Media)
May 02, 2018
The Game That is Taking Over (Story)
Mar 04, 2018
Travels, Studies, and a Break Full of Plans (Media)
Mar 02, 2018
School Launches Sexual Assault Board (Story/Media)
Dec 29, 2017
A Blast From the Past (Story/Media)
Dec 06, 2017
Girls’ Varsity Volleyball Team Works Past Minor Injuries (Media)
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Chloe Frajmund