By Artur Radetskiy Recently, highly controversial footage was released that showed Rutgers University head basketball coach Mike Rice verbally and physically abusing his players during team practice. This footage exposed Rice for throwing basketballs and yelling homosexual slurs and other profanities at his players. Rice, who has a history ofRead More →

By Razia Sultana The American Cancer Society (ACS) sponsors the Relay for Life (RFL) event, which aims to celebrate, remember, and continue to fight the battle against cancer. This event began in Tacoma, Washington in 1985. The founder, Dr. Gordy Klatt, was a colorectal surgeon who decided to raise moneyRead More →

By Eric Wilson MS | Manager, Special Events Eastern Division | American Cancer Society, Inc. On behalf of the American Cancer Society and cancer survivors everywhere, I would like to extend my deepest thanks and appreciation to the Brooklyn Technical High School Relay For Life Committee and the BTHS communityRead More →

By Jiawei Chen Every year, National Engineers Week is celebrated throughout the United States during the week of February 17th to February 23rd, which is also known as Presidents Week. Besides Engineers Week and Presidents Week, this week is also known as the week of Mid-Winter recess for high schoolRead More →

By: Thomas Saw Aung With the economy tottering on a balancing beam, many people blindly seek a reason for America’s recent woes. The desperate struggle to repair an unstable economy has led some to blame the United States’ trade partnership with China.  The trade between the United States and ChinaRead More →

By Dakota An Classes of juniors are seeking justice in the Law and Society major. All Law and Society (LAS) juniors are required to take a double period of AP U.S. History and one period of AP U.S. Government and Politics. However, only one of the two periods of APRead More →