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Did the MTA Make the Right Decision Buying the R179s?

The majority of Brooklyn Tech students use public transportation to get to school. However, this can be tricky considering that New York City’s transit system is run by the MTA. The MTA, Metropolitan Transit Authority, is known for their outdated cars and system riddled with delays. One big cause for these delays is because of …

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Behind The Scenes of Cinderella: An Interview with Mr. Fisher About The Splendor of the Set Design

by Ayan Rahman ’20 Tech’s annual Spring Musical has ended with a bang and every aspect of the show was beautiful. From the acting to the singing to the live music, it was spectacular. One aspect of the show may have been overshadowed by all that was explicitly presented to the audience- the magnificent set …

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Students get Ready for the New AP Computer Science Principles Exam

  Peter Choi ’19 In 2016, Brooklyn Technical High School implemented the Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles (APCSP) course that replaced Digital Electronics (DE). Many students have been strong advocates of the change suggesting that the new course involves a great deal of creativity and implementing the thought process into bits and numbers. However, there …

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Tech Takes Actions to Save Lives

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 17, Brooklyn Technical High School …

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Celebrating Science Olympiad’s 40 Medal Win

Science Olympiad, nicknamed SciOly, is club that helps students explore different scientific fields through competitions. The President is Harteck Sabharwal ’17 and the two Vice Presidents are Nour Haredy ‘17 and Doruntina Fida ‘17. Dr. Maxfield is the team advisor and Ms. Sirianni helps students prepare for Forensic events. However, she stated that “This year …

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BTHS Pink Week

Aaliyah James ’21 Breast cancer remains a prominent issue within America, with an estimated 246,660 new cases of breast cancer expected to be diagnosed this year. Efforts throughout the world have been made to raise money to fund research for breast cancer research. In fact, this year Brooklyn Tech’s American Cancer Society Chapter held a …

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Had Some Chemistry Jokes, But They Argon! – The Science Olympiad

by Saurabh Bansal ’18 What is Science Olympiad? Some will think, “Oh that’s just another club,” but do they know that Science Olympiad meets every Friday, most Saturdays, and almost every holiday off from school between September and March? This is no ordinary club. Members work exceptionally hard to prepare for various competitions: the invitationals in …

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