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 the
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 Student
by Sophia Chok ’20 Often when students thinks of a principal, chills run down their spine. Principals are usually thought of as strict, mean and authoritative figures. However, our acting principal, Mr. David Newman, is the exact opposite. He replaced our last principal, Mr. Randy Asher, last January, when Mr.
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
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
by Salvatore Viviano ’19 and Jeremy Tu ’17 The classic story of Cinderella has been known for generations, telling of a girl who overcomes her stepsisters’ and step mother’s selfish desires and marries the prince of her dreams. Thanks to the invention of the motion picture and book, many stories
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
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