by Bing Chen ’17 Brooklyn Tech’s first ever Tedx event took place on Friday, March 10th in the William L. Mack Library. The theme was virtual communities & sustainable Future. The event featured guest speakers and students. It was the brainchild of Yasin Ehsan ‘17 who organized the event withRead More →

By Bing Chen ’17 France is the first country in the world to ban supermarkets from throwing away or destroying unsold food. Supermarkets are prohibited from tossing items that are close to the expiration dates, and instead have to be donated to charities and food banks. Stores cannot destroy food asRead More →

By Bing Chen ’17 Shopping is a common pastime among adolescents. With constantly changing fashion trends, it’s hard to stay in style without buying new clothes frequently. It may not seem harmful to buy a few items here and there, especially if they are cheap, but there are consequences that result fromRead More →

A large percentage of students in Brooklyn Tech have Facebook accounts. There are countless group chats that each grade and class have. Facebook serves as a connection between students that previous generations have never had. Students are updated about school events, projects, and tests. Facebook has created an accessible option for students in a school ofRead More →