Voice Over Experience Voice Over Experience

Voice Over Experience

There are different types of career options in the arts and entertainment area, the most common one being acting. Some people may not like to act on camera so they go on to their next option: voice acting. Voice acting, also known as voice over, involves just using your voice. This career option can be […]

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Lego Movie Review (Spoiler Warning!) Lego Movie Review (Spoiler Warning!)

Lego Movie Review (Spoiler Warning!)

The Lego Movie is suitable for anyone of any age to watch. The whole movie is based simply on Legos, and the different things that can be constructed from the small, bricklike toys. Modern phrases and typical everyday activities of the average person takes place. In the movie, it starts out with a Master Builder, […]

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Common Core Standards Common Core Standards

Common Core Standards

Common Core Standards have been a controversial issue in recent years. What is Common Core? For most of us, it brings up the horrifying image of long hours of standardized testing. These educational standards are an effort to bring the whole nation at one steady pace of learning. Students in each grade are taught the […]

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Why the SHSATs are Important Why the SHSATs are Important

Why the SHSATs are Important

Last month, over 20,000 New York eighth grade students took the specialized high school admission test, commonly abbreviated as the SHSAT. This exam is 150 minutes long. It has four sections and a hundred questions in total. The first section, which is composed of five questions, is the scrambled paragraphs. This section asks students to […]

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Common Core Standards

Common Core Standards have been a controversial issue in recent years. What is Common Core? For most of us, it brings up the horrifying image of long hours of standardized testing....

Apr 23, 2014

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Voice Over Experience

There are different types of career options in the arts and entertainment area, the most common one being acting. Some people may not like to act on camera so they go on to their next...

Apr 23, 2014

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Engineers vs. Eagle; Slaughterhouse

December 4th 2012 marked the second match for our Tech Engineers as they face off against the Eagle Academy. With the overkill win in the previous match between Tech Wrestling v. Baldwin,...

Dec 12, 2012

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SAALT Experience

This past weekend I attended the SAALT Summit held at American University Washington College of Law  in Washington DC. SAALT (South Asian Americans Leading Together) was an experience...

Jun 8, 2013

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Voice Over Experience

Voice Over Experience

There are different types of career options in the arts and entertainment area, the most common one being acting. Some people may not like to act on camera so they go on to their next option: voice acting. Voice acting, also known as voice over, involves just using your voice. This career option can be […]

Lego Movie Review (Spoiler Warning!)

Lego Movie Review (Spoiler Warning!)

The Lego Movie is suitable for anyone of any age to watch. The whole movie is based simply on Legos, and the different things that can be constructed from the small, bricklike toys. Modern phrases and typical everyday activities of the average person takes place. In the movie, it starts out with a Master Builder, […]

Common Core Standards

Common Core Standards

Common Core Standards have been a controversial issue in recent years. What is Common Core? For most of us, it brings up the horrifying image of long hours of standardized testing. These educational standards are an effort to bring the whole nation at one steady pace of learning. Students in each grade are taught the […]

Why the SHSATs are Important

Why the SHSATs are Important

Last month, over 20,000 New York eighth grade students took the specialized high school admission test, commonly abbreviated as the SHSAT. This exam is 150 minutes long. It has four sections and a hundred questions in total. The first section, which is composed of five questions, is the scrambled paragraphs. This section asks students to […]

The Son of the World:Interesting and Riveting Facts

The Son of the World:Interesting and Riveting Facts

Hallelujaaaah! The day of Sir Christopher Columbus (Cristoforo Colombo) rescues students once again, as Oct. 14 approaches us. It is fair enough that as many workers are spared from work and many students are salvaged from the despairs of late night torment to get that high grade- only for this day. On the other hand, […]

Soda Ban

Soda Ban

In recent years, Mayor Michael Bloomberg has not made very popular political decisions, and one of the most recent ones have been a proposed drinking ban. The new policy would ban the sale of any sugary drinks that are more than 16 ounces of volume. However, the ban would not affect drinks sold in grocery […]

Internships Guide

Internships Guide

Internships are great, especially during the summer when many students are not as occupied with schoolwork. Internships also build a resume, offer experience, and look especially appealing to colleges. Some internships even provide a stipend, or payment upon completion. Because of all its attractive factors, internships are in high demand and can be difficult to […]

SAALT Experience

SAALT Experience

This past weekend I attended the SAALT Summit held at American University Washington College of Law  in Washington DC. SAALT (South Asian Americans Leading Together) was an experience I won’t forget. Several panels were held on various issues facing the South Asian communities: everything from the Model Minority myth to Legal Law Enforcement was discussed. […]

Evacuation: Bomb Threat

Evacuation: Bomb Threat

In all my years in Brooklyn Technical High School, I have not heard of such dramatic threats to the school as I have heard of recently.  On January 30, 2013, someone reported to the police that there was a bomb at Fort Greene at 4:35 p.m.  The entire school had to be evacuated.  People on […]

The MoMath

The MoMath

It seems like the city has a stockpile of museums. There’s a variety of everything: from modern art to blasting off into galaxies not far from home. But if there’s one thing that is missing from the list, it is mathematics! In fact, the United States has had only one museum dedicated to math. Luckily, it’s conveniently located a few subway stops away. The MoMath (the […]