In Good Hands for Next Year: Mr. Newman’s Future Plans

by Sophia Chok ’20 Often when students thinks of a principal, chills run down their spine. Principals are usually thought of as strict, mean and authoritative figures. However, our acting principal, Mr. David Newman, is the exact opposite. He replaced our last principal, Mr. Randy Asher, last January, when Mr. Asher was offered a senior […]

Summer Break

By Alex Chan ’18 As we continue to go about our classes, we come to a realization that we are already at the end of the school year. With a few more days of actual classes, regents week will take the place of classes and continue the torturing. But after that, is the long anticipated […]

Kaskade’s Tech Performance

Amelia Seepersaud ’20 For many students, Mondays are the day they dread most. Monday, May 15th however, was a day many Tech students were looking forward to. Kaskade, renowned DJ, came to perform a live concert in Tech’s auditorium. Upon entering the auditorium, bright lights lit up the stage, with people flaunting the orange glow […]

Gorillaz Leading a Musical Search for Humanity

Gorillaz Leading a Musical Search for Humanity

Kelly Turner ’18 Horrible events which, to many, hint at an ever-looming dystopia, also have the capacity to inspire great reactionary work in the art world.  Gorillaz, the brain child of musician Damon Albarn and artist Jamie Hewlett, is an English animated band which has had great success with their reactionary, dystopian albums. The band’s […]

Welcome To Your Tape

Welcome To Your Tape

Shivanie Patiram ’20 On March 31st, 2017, Netflix released its highly anticipated original series 13 Reasons Why. Based on a novel by Jay Asher (published in 2007), the show was an immediate hit, being the most-tweeted about Netflix show during the very first week of its debut. Since March, it has received over 11 million […]

Heart of Amélie

Heart of Amélie

Kevin Song ’18 “Amélie has a strange feeling of absolute harmony. It’s a perfect moment. A soft light, a scent in the air, the quiet murmur of the city. A surge of love, an urge to help mankind overcomes her.” It is these lines that encapsulate the film, Amélie. Directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet and written […]

Chinese Living

By Alex Chan ‘18 For this culture themed article, we move towards the eastern hemisphere. A large country home to almost twenty percent of the world’s population, The People’s Republic of China, or more known as simply China. China has been around for more than a millennium, but it was not until October 1st 1949 […]

Coming of Age

By Alex Chan ‘18   Coming of age is a young person’s transition from childhood to adulthood. This is the certain age where one’s position in society changes as well as his or her very own nature. This process can be held as a ritual, ceremony, or simply a legal convention. However, in terms of […]

A Rising Passion in Brooklyn Tech: Exploring the 2nd Annual Cosplay Café

A Rising Passion in Brooklyn Tech: Exploring the 2nd Annual Cosplay Café

Best Maid and Costume Contest Winners—from left to right Sharon Ma, Pauline Phan, Aniyah Walker, Lexi Jeong by Sophia Chok ’20 High turnout, vibrant costumes and delicious snacks delivered the setting for a enjoyable time of cosplaying in Brooklyn Tech’s cafeteria on April 21st, 2017. Cosplaying is an activity in which one completely transforms and […]

Junior Year, the Most Stressful and Significant Year

Alex Chan ‘18    With only three and a half months left in the spring semester, I feel that now is a good time to reflect on what I’ve done as a junior and give advice to you, as a student. Although there is so much time left until the end of the year, three […]

The Culture Fair Makes Another Vibrant Return

The Culture Fair Makes Another Vibrant Return

by Sophia Chok ’20 Brooklyn Tech is the largest high school in America, and there’s no doubt that diversity is one of its strongest aspects. To celebrate, Tech puts on a cultural showcase every year. As of last year, the culture show became the culture fair. Mr. Kaelin wanted to educate students about the different […]

President Trump’s Revised Immigration Ban

by Aaron Torres On February 27, President Trump signed a new executive order on immigration after his first order faced massive protest and was blocked by a federal judge, Judge James L. Robart. This new order had many changes that scaled back extensive parts of the first ban, but it remained blocked by Judge Derrick […]

1 2 3 44