The Science Survey

Edie Fine
Edie Fine, the News Section editor for ‘The Science Survey’ and Academics section writer for ‘The Observatory,’ is thrilled to be on the journalism staff this year. She loves telling stories, especially through dance, visual arts, creative writing alongside journalistic writing. She believes that the human narrative is complex and special, and deserves to be told in all forms. She is also highly political, and thinks that good journalism is necessary to deepen critical discourse surrounding the current state of politics. She believes that individual human stories are at the crux of every macro political discussion. Edie’s love for writing and literary arts also manifests in her love of the Bronx Science literary magazine, Dynamo, a club that she’s been attending since ninth grade. She is now the Junior Editor. She is also on the Student Organization Cabinet, as well as a leader of the Sexual Assault Prevention Board. She is also the co-secretary and founder of Bronx Science’s chapter of High School Democrats of America. She thoroughly enjoys reading existentialist fiction, anything by James Baldwin or Toni Morrison, and absolutely anything even touched by Patti Smith. In the future, she hopes to pursue a non-linear career where she’s able to work in some capacity on Capitol Hill, write journalistically, become a part of an advocacy network or organization, and merge the powers of art and activism. 

Edie Fine, Staff Reporter

Mar 17, 2020
An Epidemic of Anti-Transgender Violence Calls For A System Change (Story)
Mar 04, 2020
A Review of Simone de Beauvoir’s ‘The Woman Destroyed’ (Story)
Feb 25, 2020
The Pitfalls of the Shooter Stereotype (Media)
Dec 17, 2019
Education Has Set The Record A Little Too Straight (Story/Media)
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Edie Fine