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 […]

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 […]

Faculty Alumni: Ms Schiff

by Salvatore Viviano ’19 Often referring to her time as a student at Tech while mercifully lowering students’ workload, Ms. Schiff is a very respected and well liked member of the Brooklyn Tech community. While many of her students are vaguely familiar with her experiences here, many more are interested in the details of her […]

Acting Principal Mr. Newman On The Issues

by Saurabh Bansal ’18 From a teacher to the head of Health and Safety, to head of the Social Studies department, and now acting principal, Mr. David Newman has reached a new peak of the administrative ladder for the past eighteen years he has been here. As a teacher, he taught most of the social […]

Brooklyn Tech’s First Tedx Event

Brooklyn Tech’s First Tedx Event

by Bing Chen ’17 Brooklyn Tech’s first ever Tedx event took place on Friday, March 10th in the William L. Mack Library. The theme was virtual communities & sustainable Future. The event featured guest speakers and students. It was the brainchild of Yasin Ehsan ‘17 who organized the event with the help of his team […]

Tech Takes Actions to Save Lives

Peter Choi ’18 Would you know what to do if your friend, child, or a stranger went into cardiac arrest? Calling 911 would undoubtedly be your primary goal, but before medical professionals arrive, performing Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) would greatly increase the chance of survival of the victim. On Friday, February 17, Brooklyn Technical High School […]

Making Waves with the Music Fusionists Club

Making Waves with the Music Fusionists Club

by Salvatore Viviano ’19 It is important to take interest in all the clubs and other extracurriculars within the walls of our amazing high school. Every year, new clubs are founded, clubs that may very likely appeal to all of our interests. One such club may be the newly founded Brooklyn Tech Fusionists. The club’s […]

Brooklyn Tech Advances To Poetry Out Loud’s New York State Competition

Senior Ashley Yan from the Law and Society major wins the Poetry Out Loud regional competition after winning the school wide competition that took place January 4th.    She won her class competition and advanced to the school wide competition. Ashley is in Mr. Schott’s AP Literature class. Mr. Schott is the coordinator of Poetry […]

Winter Instrumental Concert

Winter Instrumental Concert

by Amelia Seepersaud ’20 Tech’s 2016-2017 Winter Instrumental concert showcased the amazing musical talent so many Tech students possess. It was clear how much effort and hard work was put into the show, from teachers and students alike. There was so much energy and holiday spirit radiating off the stage throughout the concert, and each […]

Holly Jolly Winter Choral Concert

Holly Jolly Winter Choral Concert

by Ayan Rahman ‘20 Brooklyn Tech’s annual Winter Choral Concert was an absolutely amazing show that captured the essence of the holiday season. The concert did a fabulous job of infusing all cultures and traditions into one whole show, which ultimately got everyone into the festive mood. Kudos to the new Choral director, Ms. Revi, […]

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