Model UN – a club that many have heard of, but few know anything about. Unlike most activities, there are no regular weekly meetings, no advertisements to be in a certain place at a certain time to join. But occasionally a school will hold a Model UN convention, such as the Dalton School in the … Continue reading Model UN: A Model for the World?
This past basketball season has seen vast improvements to both the girls’ and boys' basketball teams, thanks to the availability of a new court. It is the gymnasium of Most Precious Blood, a Catholic school taken over by the NYC Department of Education. They agreed to override Most Precious Blood’s principal, who wanted to prevent … Continue reading Nearby Gymnasium Helpful for BSGE Sports
Junior Council hosted BSGE's first ever Karaoke Night on Friday, January 15 a fundraiser for senior activities, such as prom, purchasing yearbooks, and senior trip. The event was held from 3 to 6 p.m., with tickets sold for $4 (and $5 at the door). Hours before the event, council members were busy putting decorative ornaments on the walls and … Continue reading Junior Council’s Rocking Karaoke Night
In a successful attempt to raise money and help clubs all over the school advertise their existence, the BSGE Business Club hosted a club fair. It took place on Tuesday, November 10, in the school cafeteria. From 2:30 to 4:30 the club ran for students only, and then it continued from 6:00 to 8:00 during … Continue reading All’s Fair at the Club Fair
Human Rights is no longer taught at BSGE, starting this year. One of the many changes that went into effect in September is that Health has replaced Human Rights as the weekly “elective,” and Physical Education has replaced Health as a main class. Human Rights, taught by Peter Wilson, has been a distinctive feature of ninth … Continue reading Human Rights Class: A Last Look
"I'm closest to Mr. Mehan because I like math and he likes Doctor Who and he likes to joke and I guess we're pretty alike." - Janice Ng '21 "Ms. Nikkolos because she is very fun and outgoing. She finds the good in people." - Shaima Mannan '20 "Mr. Giraldo because I am crazy and … Continue reading The Buzz: Which teacher are you most similar to, and why?
As this school year winds down, many BSGE students have started thinking about what they want to do over the summer. Students from all grades have interesting plans. Scott Seigel ‘20 is going to study history at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY). Emma Van Bergen ‘19 will travel to Oxford University to … Continue reading BSGE Students’ Summer Plans