Paramore has made an amazing breakthrough in 2017 as the now-dubbed “genre-neutral” band released another album filled with jams this May, titled After Laughter. With minimal album promotion, the band wanted to focus much more on fans and making music together as friends. From this, they’ve decided to do anotherRead More →

November 17th, 2017 was no ordinary Friday. Hundreds of students lined the 5th floor hallway as they waited to enter the library. However, these students weren’t there to study this Friday afternoon: they were there for Brooklyn Tech’s Second Annual Fashion Show. Co-organized by the Sophomore Student Council and StudentRead More →

Robert S. Mueller

Photo from On October 30th, 2017, Robert S. Mueller charged Paul Manafort with twelve counts by a Federal Grand Jury, including conspiracy against the United States, conspiracy to launder money, unregistered agent of a foreign principal, false and misleading FARA statements, false statements and seven counts of failure toRead More →

The JUUL is a new vaping device that has become extremely popular in high schools and college campuses. It is a more portable device than many other vapes and more discrete than e-cigarettes because of its small size. Although it was created for adults as an alternative to cigarettes, itRead More →

Cover Photo by Adi Talwar for Picture this: throngs of nervous, acne-ridden 13-year-olds, slowly making their way into select high schools all across the city, about to take an exam which they feel will determine their entire future. Spoiler: it won’t. But will it determine where they spend the nextRead More →

Congratulations to the Boys Badminton Team for placing second in the City Championship! The season was wrapped up on Tuesday, November 6th. The marvelous season started with a thrilling winning score of 5-0 against Martin Luther King High School. From there on, the boys blew away their competition, undefeated inRead More →

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 afterRead More →