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Professional Update

May 12, 2019 by Howard Schlossberg (Register to contact)

Howard Schlossberg ('68), since retiring from his tenured professorship at Columbia College Chicago, is a senior editor at Signature Strength Publishing, a sports correspondent at the Daily Herald (Arlington Heights, Illinois) and the Arizona Republic (Phoenix) and a deejay at free-form rocker Radio Free Phoenix. And still a Mets fan.


August 20, 2018 by Dennis Paoletti (Register to contact)

I recently send in some info re a reunion I had with a few former BTHS gymnast classmates ('60's)

How can I submit a photo to accompany the news?

Paoletti in NYC

May 14, 2018 by Dennis Paoletti (Register to contact)

Dennis Paoletti '62 (Architecture; Gymnastic Team) will be in NYC June 22 June - 1 July; attending the AIA Convention

Another Book Published

December 9, 2016 by Lynn Hoffman (Register to contact)

I know that lots of poets have graduated from Tech, but here's the latest: Philadelphia Poems by Lynn Hoffman '61 was just published by Kelsay Books.

Merchandise purchases

March 7, 2013 by Herbert Jacobson (Register to contact)

Is anyone else as appalled as I am regarding the shipping and handling charges for items ordered from the Alumni Store?

A $9.00 coffee mug has an S&H charge of $11.00. Outrageous!

Herbert L Jacobson
Class of '57

Brooklyn Tech High School News From Around The Web

Plenty of NYC Students Still Trying to Find Seats in Class  Spectrum News NY1

UPDATE: Woodside Teen Who Was Reported Missing Has Been Found  Sunnyside Post

Brooklyn Tech program aims to draw students to science, maybe the school  New York Daily News

Brooklyn Tech students get $450K after teacher sex abuse claims  New York Post

Brooklyn Tech High School principal is 'horrified' by allegations against teacher Sean Shaynak  amNY

More diverse specialized schools, without scrapping the admissions test  New York Daily News

Climate Strike protest exceeds expectations of organizers, demonstrators and police; will it lead to action?  PIX11 New York

Grades are in & Brooklyn Tech is down  New York Daily News

William P. Yard, 83, of Watertown  WWNY

Brooklyn teacher gets five years in prison for sharing pornographic images with seven students, kidnapping one  New York Daily News

Senior Spotlight: Hannah Chu '19 Aims to Use Entomology to Elevate the Understanding of Human Biology | John Jay College of Criminal Justice  John Jay News

Is your school a 'Reward' school? Here's the list of schools honored for their high scores  Chalkbeat New York

Brooklyn Tech transforms storage area to lifelike courtoom classroom for budding law students  New York Daily News

Brooklyn Street Dedicated to Latino Activist Angelo Falcón  NY1

FDNY Responds to Unstable Construction Facade Outside Brooklyn Brownstone  NBC New York

‘There’s a New Sheriff in Town!’ Jeffries Rebukes Trump During State of the District Address  Brooklyn Reader

Dante de Blasio Graduates from High School  NBC New York

‘Perv’ Brooklyn high school teacher who preyed on teen students can never teach again under plea deal  New York Daily News

Gordon 'Gordy' Davis  Glens Falls Post-Star

Kam Williams, Prolific Film and Literary Critic Dies at 66  Philadelphia Sunday Sun

Magnolia Tree Earth Center appoints Marlon Rice as executive director  Amsterdam News

CityViews: There is a Model for Making NYC's Specialized High Schools More Diverse  City Limits

Kam Williams, prolific film and literary critic, dies  Lasentinel

Flushing teen awarded Miss Photogenic in Miss Teen New York USA pageant

Educators raise $10K to sponsor 20 SHSAT prep scholarships in the Black community  Amsterdam News

City Aims to Tackle Racial Disparities with Free Swim Program for Kids of Color  Brooklyn Reader

Sixteen teachers singled out for pervy conduct get to keep their jobs in New York City schools  New York Daily News

Health Department's Making Waves Program teaches more than 2500 children how to swim  Amsterdam News

WE REMEMBER: EUR Film/Literary Critic Kam Williams Dies at 66

Downtown Brooklyn’s City Tech picks valedictorian: Iraqi War vet turned student teacher Richard Fisher  New York Daily News

The 10 Best Public High Schools In New York City  Business Insider

Middle School 202 debate team debut  Queens Chronicle

Many students from Hurricane Sandy ravaged neighborhoods across NYC return to school  New York Daily News

Brooklyn millennial causes stir with skiplagged flight deals  NY1

The Eclectic Tastes of Andre Walker  New York Times

Michael Weiss’ Homecoming: Brooklyn Boy Brings Express to the Fulton Mall  New York Observer

Ex-Suffolk executive, passionate planner, dies  Newsday

No Rest for a Man, 92, Whose Work Went to the Moon and Back  The New York Times

When city schools reopen Monday, kids may be sharing buildings with hundreds of evacuees  New York Daily News

Brooklyn Tech teacher sent sex photo to teen student: DA  New York Post

VIDEO: Parents of ABCD Plead DOE: "Don't Close Our School"

New York City Schools Reopen After Hurricane Sandy  New York Times

Jitu Weusi Got Mad Soul  Black Star News

Brooklyn's Chinese Pioneers: Hardworking Fujianese immigrants use the borough as a launching pad to the middle class.  City Journal

George G. Semerjian Of Southampton Dies September 22 - Southampton

Waris Ahluwalia: A Ubiquitous Presence, However Unlikely  New York Times

Tisch: Top city schools could be exempt from new teacher evaluation system  Chalkbeat Colorado

Murder-suicide suspected after NYC blaze kills 3  New York Post

From the archive: The house that Wang built  Newsday

Wife and death: Doc gives murder and adultery a shot  New York Daily News

Bisnow Exclusive: Q&A With Red Apple Group's John Catsimatidis  Bisnow

New York and Its Nobel Laureates  New York Times Blogs

MAP: Fort Greene's Top 5 Crime Hot Spots  DNAinfo

Rochelle Ballantyne poised to become the first African-American female chessmaster  New York Daily News

Dante de Blasio accepted at Brown and Yale  New York Post

Obituary | Obituaries  Dunwoody Crier

Life After Deportation  The Indypendent

Supermarket Magnate John Catsimatidis  New York Daily News

North High Table Tennis Invitational A Great Success

Brooklyn's Chinese-Americans: Sleeping Giant Comes To Political Crossroads  Kings County Politics

Hamill: Brooklyn family's tradition of military service helped keep American dream a reality  New York Daily News

Rainbow Room at Rockefeller Center reopens after renovation  amNY

Justice Tanya R. Kennedy inducted to State Supreme Court  Amsterdam News

It's official: Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio will call Gracie Mansion home  New York Daily News

Dante de Blasio to Attend Yale University  NBC New York

First day of school in New York City: Kids, parents face big changes and rite of passage  New York Daily News

2017 Roger Rees Award Nominees Announced; Tim Federle to Host May Ceremony!  Broadway World

Supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis to sponsor Daily News' Citizenship NOW! call-in  New York Daily News

93 Minutes With Living Colour's Corey Glover and Vernon Reid  New York Magazine

NY1 anchor Roma Torre returns to the airwaves after cancer battle  amNY

Dr Joe Machnik: American soccer's renaissance man  The Guardian

Gerry Goffin dead at 75: Carole King’s ex-husband and songwriting partner leaves unsung musical legacy  New York Daily News

Can Pixlee Change Image-Based Marketing? $1.5M On 'Yes'  Forbes

NYC Immigration Activist Jean Montrevil Speaks Out After Deportation to Haiti: “My Heart Is Broken”  Democracy Now!

For Runners, Van Cortlandt Park Was the Ultimate Test  New York Times

Cause of bus crash that killed N.C. State basketball legend Lorenzo Charles still unknown: police  New York Daily News

Double standard allows soccer star Hope Solo to stay in the game  New York Post

For Young Disabled Athletes, a Chance to Glide, and Compete, on the Ice  New York Times

Penn State Weekend Sports Recap  Onward State

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