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Closed for Decades: Inside Brooklyn Techs Massive 7th-Floor Foundry, And a Plan to Repurpose It
Closed for Decades: Inside Brooklyn Tech's Massive 7th-Floor Foundry, And a Plan to Repurpose It
Joaquin Pinto, Staff Writer • November 12, 2021

7N4 is no ordinary storage room. Spanning the north side of the 7th and 8th floors is a complex of rooms that have not been used by students in over 30 years. Its centerpiece was once the largest classroom in the school—and perhaps the most impressive. A hundred-foot-long skylight supplants ten...

Tech Extends SEL Days, Starts New Initiatives Aiming to Help Students’ Mental Health
Tech Extends SEL Days, Starts New Initiatives Aiming to Help Students’ Mental Health
Kiran Yeh and Samiya Shamsur November 24, 2021

As students return from the COVID lockdown, many fear a mental health crisis awaits them. Rates of anxiety and depression have increased as a result of the pandemic, and in response, administrators from the Department of Education and Brooklyn Tech are...

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...

A picture of the spotted lantern fly mentioned in the article. 

Courtesy of scientificamerican.com
If You See This Bug, Kill It, Then Study It!
Xindi Liu, Copy Editor • November 23, 2021

Spotted first on Staten Island in 2020, a special species of spotted lanternfly is now present in all five boroughs of New York City. Although...

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....

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