Saturday, February 09, 2013 By Mahgul Mansoor In the lives of many students, technology and communications have made portable devices very accessible. These technological advances have become increasingly important in our everyday lives. Whether it is an iPod, laptop, kindle, or a cell phone, almost every student is carrying someRead More →

Saturday, February 09, 2013 By Maria Sawiris On Wednesday, January 30th, Tech was evacuated after receiving reports of a bomb threat. All after school activities were cancelled, and students were instructed to go home while police officers swept through the building. At the time, the administration did not inform theRead More →

By Erika Lopez Les Miserables, the 2012 film version of the famous musical, might sound exotic to some students. However, despite its somewhat difficult-to-pronounce name, Les Miserables tells a story of the power of compassion and patriotism, which all students can understand. Les Miserables was originally a novel written byRead More →

By Razia Sultana The Vacation Homework Policy was created by former Student Advocate of the Student Government Organization (SGO), Jacob Azrilyant ’12 in an attempt to create a “radical document that curtails the homework that can be given during a vacation.” With the first term of the 2012-2013 academic yearRead More →