As the clock winded down in Game 7 between the Cleveland Cavaliers and the young Boston Celtics, Jeff Van Gundy emphatically stated that the victory for LeBron James, which solidified his eighth straight trip to the Eastern Conference Finals, was the most impressive feat of his career. Whether or notRead More →

Just over a month after Tech and thousands of schools across the nation walked out in mourning of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL, Tech students plan to do it again on April 20th. Like the walkout on March 14th, students will walkout at 10Read More →

On Wednesday, March 14th, thousands of kids left their classrooms to partake in a nationwide walkout, lasting 17 minutes to honor the 17 victims of the recent shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The walkouts began at exactly 10 AM Eastern Time, and people followed acrossRead More →

Amongst all the emphasis on STEM education at Brooklyn Tech, humanities is often found overshadowed in our school community. From majors to internship opportunities to clubs, there are significantly less humanities, English and history classes and events for students. In addition, there are only two English majors compared to theRead More →

The players of the Tech Volleyball Team had a triumphant and long season, which is a testament to the hard work of all the players and the guidance from coaches D’Augusta and Gigliello. During the season that started in August and spanned until the end of November, the volleyball teamRead More →