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Letter From the Editors-in-Chief
Letter From the Editors-in-Chief
Jibrail Georgas and Zara Shariff September 12, 2021

Hi Brooklyn Tech! We hope you had a relaxing summer and are excited for the start of the new school year.  First off, we want to formally welcome all of the freshmen and sophomores that haven’t yet stepped foot into the building, as well as the juniors and seniors adjusting back to the unfamiliarity...

Letter From the Editors-in-Chief
Letter From the Editors-in-Chief
Jibrail Georgas and Zara Shariff September 12, 2021

Hi Brooklyn Tech! We hope you had a relaxing summer and are excited for the start of the new school year.  First off, we want to formally welcome all of the freshmen and sophomores that haven’t yet stepped foot into the building, as well as the...

Keir Dullea in Stanley Kubricks 2001: A Space Odyssey. Photo: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM), 1968.
Revisiting Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’—A Technical Marvel with Philosophical Underpinnings
Ayaan Ali, Executive Editor • August 29, 2021

I love science fiction. It is a true escape from reality. Good science fiction can strip away the complexities of humanity to its purest forms. It’s sheer imagination, sometimes greatly exaggerated and fantasized,  sometimes rooted in realism and...

The Battle Against Colony Collapse Disorder
The Battle Against Colony Collapse Disorder
Dounia Ouzidane, STEM Editor • May 4, 2021

In 2006, honey bees were found to be on the brink of extinction. In the United States, nearly 40% of the bee population suddenly left their hives....

Health Implications of Remote Learning
Health Implications of Remote Learning
Dounia Ouzidane, STEM Editor • March 1, 2021

Red and foggy eyes, neck and back pain, fatigue and the inability to concentrate - these symptoms are all noted as direct side effects of remote...

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