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This part of the Bronx has been without representation on the city council since Andrew Cohen resigned at the end of last year so he could become a Bronx Supreme Court judge. more
Early voting to decide who will fill out the final year of Andrew Cohen's time on the city council is set to begin March 13. And where you can cast your ballot is no longer a mystery now that the city's elections board has shared where early votes will be accepted. more
Bernard and Richard — or for just about anyone who has shared at least a hello with them at some point: Buddy and Richie. Yet there was one thing Buddy and Richie did agree on quite confidently growing up — neither of them were going to work in the family business. more
After a little over two weeks of schools offering nothing but remote learning after a spike in coronavirus cases, Mayor Bill de Blasio remains committed to finding a way for some schools to reopen physical campuses. Even encouraging schools that can to let students travel to school five days a week, instead of the two or three found in the existing hybrid learning models. more
There is not a whole lot of wiggle room in Richard Gu’s daily schedule. When he’s not making his daily commute to Bronx Science from his Fordham home, he’s busy piecing together a plan of just how to fit Science’s legendary school workload with an equally heavy weekly practice schedule. All while finding some time to sleep. more
The Wolverines have won in a variety of ways over the course of Bronx Science’s current nine-game winning streak. They’ve won close games. They’ve won ugly games. And they also have seen their fair share of blowout victories. more
Last week brought the end of the regular season for the Bronx Science girls basketball team, and with it two very important goals to achieve before the postseason tipped off. more
The chance to bring home its first Public School Athletic League volleyball championship seemed to be slipping away for Bronx Science. more
There was nothing normal about last week for Dan Skilins and his Bronx Science girls volleyball team. Sure, the Wolverines had another Public School Athletic League matchup on tap, this time against Walton. And yes, the Wolverines’ 76-game winning streak in regular season games was still very much alive. more
There are some things Jake Goldsmith is going to miss about his time at Bronx Science, and there are definitely things he will not. more
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