Arts & Entertainment

Talent Show 2019 Bringing Tech Students Closer Together

This year’s talent show at Brooklyn Tech lived up to everyone’s grand expectations and more. Students’ talents included everything from singing, playing musical instruments, such as guitar, piano, drums, to dancing, performing magic tricks and rapping in Chinese. Everything went smoothly due to the administration and student government’s hard work on organizing the event.    …

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The Egg: Exposing the Pressures of Social Media

On January 4, a simple picture of only an egg was posted to an Instagram page (@world_record_egg) captioned, “Let’s set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram. Beating the current world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)! We got this 🙌 #LikeTheEgg #EggSoldiers #EggGang.” The post quickly garnered attention, …

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Crazy Rich Asians: Paving the Way for Asian American Representation

Which is more important: family or love? In the movie Crazy Rich Asians, Rachel Chu, an economics professor, and Nick Young are in love. Unbeknownst to her, Nick is an heir to a crazy rich family in Singapore. When Nick asks Rachel to accompany him to his best friend’s wedding, she faces challenging oppositions to …

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New Wind Sculpture in Central Park: A Representation of Globalism and Human Movement

Fiona Lam ’20 Situated in Central Park in the heart of New York, its elegant waves of eye-catching fabric patterns with origins tracing back to Indonesian, African, and Dutch history grab the attention of many walking the bustling streets of the big city. It stands 7 meters tall and at its center, a strong metal …

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Keeping Up With Tradition: Review of Fiddler on the Roof

Lights dimmed on a crowded auditorium, a hush gradually befalling those who watched the curtained stage. Silence reared its head as thick, blue curtains swept away from each other, revealing a painted background of a night sky. A small house, proudly built by Brooklyn Tech students, stood in the right corner of the stage. A …

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Genre-Neutral Legends Rock Radio City Music Hall (Paramore Concert Review)

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 another tour, naming their American-leg “Tour …

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