November 2009

In This Issue:
1. New Jersey Alumni Reception
2. Engineers Rally for Homecoming Win
3. Coach Kyle McKenna Takes Charge
4. Rachel Rigodon Wins Writing Contest

New Jersey Alumni Reception
More than 200 Brooklyn Tech alumni, faculty and students networked, noshed and heard one of America’s most prolific and remarkable inventors, Dean Kamen, at the recent first-ever New Jersey Alumni Reception at the Liberty Science Center.
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Engineers Rally for Homecoming Win
It was a cool and sunny fall Saturday afternoon. The grandstands for the 5th Annual Adam J. Cirillo Classic were filled with alumni and fans there to honor the memory of the Engineers’ first coach and to welcome their new coach, Kyle McKenna. Former coach James DiBenedetto could actually be seen smiling in the stands, joined by other alums who had gathered to cheer on the home team and enjoy an after-game celebratory barbecue. September 26th was a perfect day for Homecoming 2009 except for one thing. The Engineers were losing 9-8 to Lehman High School with less than three minutes remaining in the game.
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Coach Kyle McKenna Takes Charge
When appointed as only the fourth head coach to ever lead the Engineers onto a football field, Coach Kyle McKenna was clearly aware of the large footprints that preceded him. He recognized that the coaching lineage of Adam Cirillo to Joe Cuzzocrea to Jim DiBenedetto had begun in 1939. He realized that when Coach DiBenedetto handed him his headset to begin the 2009 season, much would be expected.
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Rachel Rigodon Wins Writing Contest
She has been writing stories since the age of six or seven and even won a writing award in the second grade, but Rachel Rigodon ’11 was genuinely surprised when she heard her name announced as the grand prize winner of the fourth annual Brooklyn Lit Match teen writing contest.

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27 Third Annual Career Day
Homecoming Weekend 2010

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