The Science Survey

Kaitlyn Romanger
Kaitlyn Romanger is an Editor-in-Chief for ‘The Science Survey’ as well as a Groups Reporter for ‘The Observatory’. She interviews students, coaches, and teachers in order to create articles that express their thoughts along with relevant and interesting activities that they indulge in. She wants nothing more than to give people a voice through her writing and capturing simple yet beautiful moments with the camera. Outside of school, she enjoys creative writing, playing sports basketball and softball, and volunteering in her community. She looks forward to studying Psychology and English in college, as she aspires to become a psychiatrist. In ten years, she sees herself with a better understanding of the world and a wiser mindset.

Kaitlyn Romanger, Staff Reporter

Jun 22, 2020
Summer 2020 Advice Column: Quarantine Edition, Take Two (Story)
Jun 18, 2020
Writing a New Chapter in History (Story)
Jun 18, 2020
Coronavirus Antibody Testing (Story/Media)
May 15, 2020
May 2020 Advice Column: Quarantine Edition (Story)
May 15, 2020
How are Bronx Science Students Dealing with Isolation During the Coronavirus Pandemic? (Story)
May 02, 2020
Student Interest in Biology (Media)
Apr 08, 2020
Welcoming a New Member of the Bronx Science Athletics Community (Story)
Apr 08, 2020
Breaking Grammy Records (Story/Media)
Mar 18, 2020
New York City Just Got Served! (Media)
Mar 01, 2020
2020: A Year to Look Forward To (Media)
Feb 28, 2020
The Lightning Thief, the Musical (Story/Media)
Dec 17, 2019
A Step Backwards? New York City Council Members Work on Repealing the Recent Ban on Gay Conversion Therapy (Story/Media)
Jun 30, 2019
Every Patient is a V.I.P. (Story/Media)
Jun 30, 2019
Advice to Juniors About College (Media)
Jun 10, 2019
To Whom It May Concern (Story/Media)
May 09, 2019
Studying for Finals: Strategies of Successful Students (Media)
Mar 25, 2019
Sun Salutations Will Clear Your Frustrations (Story)
Dec 24, 2018
Sports Appreciation (Story)
Dec 24, 2018
Excluded From the Form: Why is the Middle Eastern/North African Identity Left Out? (Media)
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Kaitlyn Romanger