Brooklyn Tech Engineers defeat John Jay to clinch playoff berth

Brooklyn Tech Engineers defeated John Jay 63-45 to clinch #2 ranking and a playoff berth in the New York City-wide PSAL JV Boys Basketball A Division. For the entire unedited photo album, click here

Elliott Chang sinks free throw.

Elliott Chang sinks free throw.

Woz goes up for a layup.

Woz goes up for a layup.

Lucas steals ball in mid-air.

Lucas steals ball in mid-air.

Both coaches had issues with refs.

Both coaches had issues with refs.

Woz goes up in heavy traffic.

Woz goes up in heavy traffic.

John Jay students.

John Jay students.

John Jay students.

John Jay students.

John Jay cheerleaders.

John Jay cheerleaders.

'Fiddler on the Roof' at Brooklyn Technical High School

Brooklyn Technical High School is the nation's largest high school, with nearly 6,000 students who are admitted solely on the basis of test scores. This completely homegrown production - actors, sets, live orchestra, choreography, direction - featured students representing a cross section of Brooklyn's diversity. And one could be forgiven for mistaking this production for something close to Broadway.  

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Sean Casten for Congress

Sean Casten is running for Congress in IL-6. Sean has been the CEO of clean energy companies for the last 16 years, has testified frequently to Congress as an energy expert, and has degrees in biochemical engineering and engineering management from Thayer. He's been heavily endorsed by the science & energy community, most notably by activist Bill McKibben, Earth Day founder Denis Hayes, and Clinton/Gore energy advisor Katie McGinty. At this event, he was interviewed by former Obama energy advisor Michael Levi.

Sean Casten (center).

Sean Casten (center).