• Yankee Stadium: The Final Frontier

    Yankee Stadium: The Final Frontier

    Ja-Niera Dale and Jacklyn Cho

    June 12, 2014

    “Science, Science, Science!” the crowd exclaimed as hundreds of Wolverines, dressed in green and gold apparel, gathered in Yankee Stadium to support  the Boys’ Varsity Baseball team in their PSAL City Championships against Beach Channel High School on Thursday, June 12. The team made school... READ MORE »»

    Seniors Anna Bosco, Dina Kaganer and Morgan Geraghty (left to right) get into the Bronx Science spirit at Yankee Stadium.

    Ja-Niera Dale

  • Todd Gitlin Visits Alma Mater

    Todd Gitlin Visits Alma Mater

    Yuri Kazakov, Observatory staff reporter

    June 3, 2014

    Professor Todd Gitlin, Chair of the Ph.D. Program at Columbia Journalism School and Bronx Science alumnus (Class of 1959), returned to the school to talk to Advanced Placement United States Government and Comparative Government classes on Thursday, May 29. Speaking to a room filled mostly by seniors,... READ MORE »»

  • Second Time’s the Charm: Students Elect Yengopassy as President

    Second Time’s the Charm: Students Elect Yengopassy as President

    Jacklyn Cho

    May 30, 2014

    Kabou Yengopassy became SO President on Friday while Demetrios Stratis and Amira Farid won the positions of vice president and secretary, respectively,  in a “redo” election for Bronx Science’s 2014-2015 student government. A total of 1,084 students cast votes, or about 49 percent of the school’s... READ MORE »»

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  • Student Election Platform

    Student Election Platform

    Claudia Franke

    May 28, 2014

    On May 29th, Bronx Science students will cast votes for their 2014-2015 student government in a “redo” election organized  after results of the April 10th vote were scrapped. The new election committee, comprised of seniors Lizzie Speed, Sam Turer, Israel “Izzy” Sanchez, Zoe Lee-McDermott,... READ MORE »»

    Photo Credit: Melanie Nepomnyaschy

  • Patricia Park Visits Alma Mater

    Patricia Park Visits Alma Mater

    Dawn Rafal

    May 23, 2014

    David Sedaris may not have laughed at Patricia Park’s joke when he signed her book, but Bronx Science students were entertained by Park as she spoke with English classes and other students on May 21st. An alumna who graduated from Bronx Science in 1999, Park’s debut novel will be published next... READ MORE »»

    Photo Credit: Melanie Nepomnyaschy

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A Flea Grows in Brooklyn

Marcia Hu, Observatory Staff Reporter

A glimpse of the famous Brooklyn Flea in Williamsburg! Make sure you make room on Sundays to swing by, because this place is absolutely amazing! More information about...  Read More »

April 22, 2013

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Dare to Care

Mariama Badjie, Observatory Staff Reporter, Fall 2013 Semester

With their immersion in homework, projects, and extracurricular activities, Bronx Science students don't usually have the time to get involved with projects outside of school....  Read More »

January 24, 2014

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The Great Divide: A Memoir

Joseph Piaker, Science Survey, Junior Reporter

If New York City was not already geographically divided, Hurricane Sandy ensured its lack of unity. Areas of Queens, Staten Island, Brooklyn, Long Island, and Lower Manhattan...  Read More »

November 20, 2012

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2048- New Trend or Nah?

2048- New Trend or Nah?

Ja-Niera Dale

2048 is the new tool of procrastination! Students everywhere can be seen playing the new mathematical game. The craze started from a seemingly simple task. To play, one...  Read More »

June 3, 2014

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Todd Gitlin Visits Alma Mater

Todd Gitlin Visits Alma Mater

Yuri Kazakov, Observatory staff reporter

Professor Todd Gitlin, Chair of the Ph.D. Program at Columbia Journalism School and Bronx Science alumnus (Class of 1959), returned to the school to talk to Advanced Placement...  Read More »

June 3, 2014

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Graffiti as Art

Graffiti as Art

Yuri Kazakov, Observatory Staff Reporter

Some see it as an ugly blemish. Others view it as a costly act of vandalism. And to a burgeoning minority, graffiti has become a medium of art for appreciation and for self-expression....  Read More »

October 27, 2013

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Southern Food- A Narrative

Julia Donheiser

The history of the South is one of pride, defiance, and butter. Since sixth grade, my family and...  Read More »

March 13, 2014

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Speedy Shopping

Speedy Shopping

Stephanie Yie, Observatory Staff Reporter

Online shopping, one of the greatest things since sliced bread, is taking the internet-using world by storm. Not only is it convenient and requires no moving at all, it is...  Read More »

April 29, 2013

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From Russia with Music

From Russia with Music

Yuri Kazakov, Observatory Staff Reporter

Ekaterina Derzhavina, one of Russia's finest pianists, played at Yale in March   Many people regard airports as highly emotional places. Relatives and friends...  Read More »

October 27, 2013

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Tissot Steals the Show

Tissot Steals the Show

Mary Platt, Observatory Staff Writer

Impressionism, Fashion, and Modernity at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Although Renoir once said, “black is the queen of all colors,” paintings and...  Read More »

April 19, 2013

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