If I could only use one word to describe college, it would be serendipity. From arriving at the campus on move-in day to cramming Sociology vocabulary words at 3 a.m. to going stargazing with my friends in the middle of nowhere, freshman year at Colby College for me has been a roller-coaster of a ride. … Continue reading Word From the Real World: Moshan Guo
During spring break, a group of BSGE students and teachers embarked on a trip to China, which was our school's first trip to a country in Asia. This year, the school decided to give an opportunity to students interested in Chinese culture and language to experience the country firsthand. The group consisted of 23 students and 4 teachers—Ms. … Continue reading BSGE Travels to China!
"Stripes are all the rage" - Aoife Kenny '20 "Boxers and clothes with vibrant colors" - Jonathan '17 "Stone gray short jacket (zipped) with v-neck shirt with a skull, brown color bags, brown shoes, woven brown belt" - Mr. Rajiv "Jotham" - Jotham '17 "Pit Stains" - Mr. Stone
A thief snatched a BSGE student’s iPhone on a train in Woodside and then tried to run away by escaping onto the subway tracks, only to be struck by another train. The entire ordeal delayed many rush hour commuters across Queens and into Manhattan. At around 7:40 a.m. on Tuesday, April 5th, the man approached … Continue reading Cell Phone Thief Gets into Accident, Delays Hundreds of Commuters
At the beginning of the school year, BSGE 11th graders begin their year-long assignment: the Extended Essay. Although this assignment may sound tedious and intimidating, it is a crucial part of the IB program. “I was overwhelmed at first because it sounded like a really complicated paper,” said Angelica Benares ‘16. This essay, put simply, is a mandatory … Continue reading All About the Extended Essay
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
Juniors and seniors in BSGE this year have been introduced to a new assignment that they have to complete as part of the Creativity, Action and Service (CAS) requirement for the IB Diploma Program. The CAS Group Project, which in BSGE must center around the theme of human rights in order to maintain a global perspective, is an 8-week long … Continue reading What’s the deal with CAS group projects?