By Maria Sawiris and Mahgul Mansoor Given Brooklyn Tech’s intense workload and advanced classes, it is no surprise that many of its students complain about sleep deprivation. According to a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 70% of high school students get an insufficient amount of sleepRead More →

By Cale Donaldson Before freshmen arrive at Tech, they must choose a foreign language to study for at least three years in high school. Their options include Spanish, French, Mandarin, and Italian. Julio D’Orville ’13 can read, write, and speak Occitan, the rare Romance language of the Occitanian region, whichRead More →