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Tech Becomes One of the First Schools to Create a PSAL Girls Wrestling Team

By Malcom Mortley In recent years the Tech Wrestling Program has been dominating the PSAL. The team has won multiple City Championships, and continues to control their league with their strong roster. But that’s just the boys’ wrestling team. Now, Tech is getting ready to take on the competition with a little flair from the …

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A Physical Education Policy that Could Lead to New Ways to Fulfill the Requirements

By Ilana Urman In June 2012, the Department of Education implemented a new physical education policy.  Students are now required to take a physical education class three days a week in one semester and two days a week in the other for a total of eight semesters, or a instruction five days a week for …

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Tech Track Team Responds to the Bronx Science Scandal

By River Bunkley Bronx High School of Science, a fellow specialized high school, is known for its academic programs, faculty, and students. However, a recent scandal has marred the high schools previously strong record. On February 28th, 2013, three runners from Bronx High School of Science were arrested and jailed. Pier Berkmans, Thomas Brady, and …

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