The Science Survey

Though it may seem like an arbitrary topic, “Reflecting on a plant like ginkgo that was around in very different ecosystems when the dinosaurs were on the planet, that has been around for hundreds of millions of years, really puts our own species — let alone our own individual existence — into a broader context,” said Peter Crane.

Ginkgo Trees and Growing Up

Katrina Tablang, Staff Reporter
April 27, 2022
In a few weeks time, Times Square could become a snowy ghost-town. New York City will be filled with masses of people trekking through snow and sleet to get to where they need to be.

A Winter Like No Other

Sirajum Munira, Staff Reporter
January 12, 2022
Riverbay Cogeneration Plant provides energy to Co-op City’s some 50,000 residents via the burning of fossil fuels. It is located just off the center of one of the Co-ops.

Climate Change and the Coronavirus

Jonathan Lopez, Staff Reporter
January 10, 2021
The poisonous spikes of the red lionfish induce pain and sweating and, in extreme cases, respiratory problems and paralysis, but baking the spines render them harmless.

Savage Predators On Our Dinner Plates

Nicole Zhou, Staff Reporter
November 30, 2020
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