The Science Survey

Ben Wade
Ben Wade is a Chief Photographer and Photo Editor for both ‘The Science Survey’ and ‘The Observatory’ yearbook. He takes photos of students and teachers around the school to capture candid, unique moments that encapsulate life at Bronx Science. He sees journalistic photography as a perfect medium to convey a story, but through the expressions and actions of other people that cannot be written down with words. Photos show feelings, while words only describe them, and he is very interested in the ways that photos and imagery convey feelings in people. He is an avid runner, and is the captain of the school’s Cross Country and Track teams. In his free time, he enjoys playing guitar and piano, drawing traditional art as well as cartoons, watching movies and binging sitcoms on Netflix. He plans on studying journalism and photography further in college, as well as film and cinematography, while continuing to pursue a running career at the Division I level. After college he hopes to become a travel photographer, or have a career in the film industry.

Ben Wade, Photography Editor & Chief Photographer

Jun 30, 2019
CAUGHT! (Media)
Jun 11, 2019
Con: Everything Wrong With AOC’s Green New Deal In 900 Words (Media)
Mar 25, 2019
New Mental Wellness Initiatives (Media)
Mar 23, 2019
Bronx Science Starchitect Class of ‘65 Turns Night Into Day (Media)
Mar 22, 2019
An Argument for Improving Sexual Education in U.S. Schools (Media)
Dec 25, 2018
A Bridge Too Far: Cambridge Analytica and the Surveillance Market (Media)
Dec 24, 2018
Healthy Stress (Media)
Dec 23, 2018
A Fashion Professional in High School: Felix Lugo ’19 (Media)
May 30, 2018
Michael Kay ’78 (Media)
May 30, 2018
Bert Brodsky ’60 (Media)
May 30, 2018
Jill Bargonetti ’80 (Media)
May 30, 2018
Eric Rose ’68 (Media)
May 30, 2018
Ann Lewnes ’79 (Media)
May 08, 2018
Remembering the Horrors of the Holocaust (Media)
Mar 02, 2018
A Time to Unwind From School – at School (Media)
Mar 02, 2018
Foreign Language Department Renamed (Media)
Mar 02, 2018
Trump and North Korea: Fiery Words Can Spark an Inferno (Media)
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