The Science Survey

Vaccine distribution in the United States of America has begun, but it will be many months before the majority of Americans are vaccinated, given the current trajectory of the distribution and production of the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.

Coronavirus Vaccine Progress

Samia Sultana, Staff Reporter
January 12, 2021
Clara Joy plays a socially-distanced concert in Tompkins Square Park.

Songs in a Major (Pandemic) Key

Edie Fine, Staff Reporter
January 11, 2021
Dynamo members like Lucy Del Deo ’21 submitted their colored photographs for the first time last year. “I was really excited to be able to submit in color because I thought it really highlighted a side of photographs we don’t see in Dynamo. I also particularly loved the colors of this photograph,” Del Deo said.

Dynamo: Seeing in Color

Samantha Cavusoglu, Staff Reporter
January 10, 2021
Face masks used to combat COVID-19 transmission are currently sold by large retail chains throughout the United States.

Unmasking the Mask Conspiracy Theories

Marina Tiligadas, Staff Reporter
January 10, 2021
Members of the Bronx Science Chess Club play chess in 2019, before the Coronavirus pandemic stopped in-person activities. This year, the club continues to stay active. “Chess Club adapted well to the virtual world,” said Asif Anzum ’21, Vice President of the Bronx Science Chess Club. “We have been playing chess with each other online, and we plan on teaching chess strategies, watching chess videos, streams, and movies together.”

The Rise of Chess Into the Mainstream

Yona Litwin, Staff Reporter
January 10, 2021
“The people of the city are what make New York City so great. The unique culture of our city is a result of its inhabitants, and so as long as we are still here, then New York City is not dying any time soon,” said Kate Reynolds '21.

New York Strong

Margaux Reyl, Staff Reporter
January 8, 2021
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