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  • Regeneron Semifinalist: Jacy Fang

    Regeneron Semifinalist: Jacy Fang

    Simona Vigodner, Managing Editor

    January 20, 2017

      Jacy Fang is one of the eight BCA semifinalists of the Regeneron Science Talent Search, formerly known as "Intel." The Chronicle was lucky enough to catch up with her and find out more about her research, motivations, and reflections on the experience. For more information on the  Re... READ MORE »»

    Jacy Fong's dedication and determination in the lab has recently paid off with her being named a Regeneron semifinalist.

  • ABF Goes British: 8 Days in London

    ABF Goes British: 8 Days in London

    Simona Vigodner, Managing Editor

    December 23, 2016

    All photos by Megan Baumbach and Samantha Zucker. Forty juniors and seniors of ABFIB spent eight days in London this past November in the academy’s third annual global exchange program. The trip was the students’ International Baccalaureate (IB) Capstone Experience. The visit to London allowed... READ MORE »»

    Juniors Justin Jung, Jack Nassau, Olivia Cecoltan, Grace Huang, Iris Lee, and Brian Kehoe on the streets of London.

  • No Man Is an Island: Ask Adrian Biagioli, BCA ’16

    No Man Is an Island: Ask Adrian Biagioli, BCA ’16

    Suzan Kim

    December 21, 2016

    Adrian Biagioli was a sophomore three years ago, when he first began working with Mr. Lang on the Ellis Island project. The program, which involves designing a platform where people can experience Ellis Island through virtual reality technology, progressed immensely during Biagioli’s time at BCA. For... READ MORE »»

  • Poetry Made Interesting

    Poetry Made Interesting

    Rio Matsumoto

    December 13, 2016

    I know, poetry and interesting in the same sentence? It doesn't seem possible. And yet, it became a reality for the 5,000 high school students who were able to attend the Dodge Poetry Festival’s High School Student Day. The New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC), located in Newark, opened its d... READ MORE »»

  • Hard Work Pays Off

    Hard Work Pays Off

    December 11, 2016

      Getting injured really sucks.   In my junior year, I was expected to be on top of my game this past soccer season, but at the beginning of the soccer season, I was injured with a calf strain that kept me out of soccer for a month. The doctor that I went to officially ruled me ou... READ MORE »»

A Trump Presidency and America

A Trump Presidency and America

Maeve McFadden

On November 8, 2016, the historic presidential election finally happened. If anything, the final result did justice to the chaotic, intense and emotionally exhausting experience that was this election process. In the past...  Read More »

Dec 20 • No Comments

The SCOTUS Nominee Blockade: A Dangerous Precedent for Youth?

The SCOTUS Nominee Blockade: A Dangerous Precedent for Youth?

Peter Park

After associate Supreme Court justice Antonin Scalia passed on February 13th 2016, the Republican-led Senate has not shown signs of abandoning its blockade of any judge President Obama nominates. Despite the President’s nominee being the “conservative Demo...  Read More »

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The Downfall of SpoonRocket

The Downfall of SpoonRocket

Casey Chan

The thriving industry of on-demand food delivery watched as one of its biggest companies, SpoonRocket, went out of business on March 15th, after years of intense competition with its rival, Sprig, in California. The industry of on-demand food has been grow...  Read More »

Apr 21 • Comments closed

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No Man Is an Island: Ask Adrian Biagioli, BCA ’16

No Man Is an Island: Ask Adrian Biagioli, BCA ’16

Suzan Kim

Adrian Biagioli was a sophomore three years ago, when he first began working with Mr. Lang on the Ellis Island project. The program, which involves designing a platform where people can experience Ellis Island through virtual...  Read More »

Dec 21 • No Comments

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The Roots of Rap and Ignore Fetty Wap

Brian Kehoe

"Rich white man rule the nation still/ Only difference is we all slaves now, the chains concealed/ In our thoughts, if I follow my heart to save myself/ Could I run away from 50 mill ...  Read More »

Dec 9 • Comments closed

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