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
Brooklyn Tech is a school known for its academic prowess, so much so that its athletic achievements are sometimes given little attention. Things were different, however, on February 6, when seven Tech athletes were honored for either being recruited by or signing with Division 1 athletic programs. Tech pulled out
If the ancient Greeks could see what happened to the once marveled Olympics, they would surly turn over in their graves. In ancient Greece, participants went to Olympia to partake in the games which were closely linked to religious ceremonies. After the victors won, they were announced and received their
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.
By Muhamed E. Rahman On January 30th, all persons in the building were evacuated by school officials and security guards when the school received a bomb threat from an unidentified caller. It turned out to be a prank call, but many students were affected anyway. The call was received after
By River Bunkley If one could describe the Engineer’s 2012-2013 football season in one word, it would be exceptional. Finishing the season with a 7-3 record, this year’s team far exceeded the expectations of many. Under the leadership of Coach Kyle Mckenna, the football team has performed better than they
By Nikita Dubnov Aside from the excessive workload, trying extracurricular commitments, and stress brought about by the college process, most Tech students have to find time to study for standardized exams such as the SAT and ACT. Being able to attend a test prep course or just sitting down and
By Muhamed E. Rahman James Gales ’13, Thomas Plonski ’13, and Kyvaune Brammer ’13 are three names that probably sound familiar to the average Tech student. It has been three years since these superstars walked through the doors of Coach McKenna’s office with their medical forms in hand. None of