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Olivia Rodrigo, a popular pop artist, has ensured that many of her songs resonate with others and create more progress within the Teenage Girl movement.  (Photo Credit: Justin Higuchi, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons)

The Teenage Girl Movement: Good or Bad?

Eunseo Lee, Editorial Editor
February 7, 2024
The Muslim Students Association at Bronx Science is a safe haven for hijabis. Humairah Chowdhury ’23 mentioned how MSA “provided [her] with an escape from the stress of school.”

A Mosaic of Hijabi Narratives

Sirajum Munira, Staff Reporter
June 6, 2023
Here is the poster for the Poster of the stage musical adaptation of Some Like It Hot.

Will You Like It Hot? Some Do!

Acadia Bost, Staff Reporter
June 4, 2023
Augustus Alexander ’25 plays the piano masterfully in the Bronx Science Auditorium. Pianists are attracted to the piano throughout all periods, but especially in the mornings before school. Sometimes, guitarists will sit on stage and strum a melody. They play soft music at times, which proves a quiet ambience during mornings, and other times a powerful melody drawing your attention, and your undivided attention.

Arts at Bronx Science

William Fernando, Staff Reporter
March 3, 2023
The FTX cryptocurrency exchange is currently suffering a dramatic collapse. Will this be the downfall of the crypto market?

A Guide to Cryptocurrency

Isabel Goldfarb, Staff Reporter
January 18, 2023
Film has always reflected queer people and experiences, but that reflection used to be distorted and shadowed. Its now becoming more clear.

A History of Queerness on Screen

Acadia Bost, Staff Reporter
July 21, 2022
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