The cafeteria makes all different types of food and one dish that catches my attention is the breakfast served for lunch. I labeled it the “breakfast platter.” It has large amounts of food and a variety of foods. There were sausage patties, pancakes, eggs, bacon, tater tots, what seemed to be a salad, and apples covered in sugar and cinnamon. I chose to skip the … Continue reading Breakfast in BT
In 2011, Honduras became the largest coffee producer in Central America. So why do we not find Honduran coffee at local supermarkets or as single-origin coffee at the Starbucks Reserve? Continue reading The Power of Coffee
Staff writer Adrianna shares some candidates for the Song of the Summer Continue reading Songs of Summer 2017
On June 1st, President Trump announced his decision to withdraw from the Paris Agreement. What could this decision mean for America and the future? Continue reading Trump’s World: Environmental Policies
With only a few weeks of school left, we Bergen Tech Students can finally plan for the summer and start pursuing our to-do list! Continue reading 20 Things to Do in the Summer
Experts estimate that 1 in 5 car rides will be through car-sharing by 2030. In the first installment of our debate column, we ask whether Ubers are safe Continue reading Debate Column: Are Ubers Safe?
Now, more than ever, we must take active roles in fighting for just causes. Continue reading The Election’s Over… Now What?
Thanksgiving is the day people usually eat whole turkeys. Let’s get creative and eat turkey in another way! Continue reading Jiao Zi
“You are Hispanic. You will get in anywhere.” Continue reading My Take On Affirmative Action
Summer vacation is nearly upon us. Where will you vacation? Continue reading Break Time!