BHS Brings On New VPs Gabriel Fredman and Thom Reinhardt
Gabriel Fredman Gabriel Fredman, born and raised in Berkeley, was recently hired as one of Berkeley High School’s vice principals. A BHS graduate from the class of 1997, Fredman said his deep ties to the Berkeley community have inspired his dedication to building a collaborative and unified BHS environment. Fredman began his career in
Word On The Street
Nathaniel Holmes, a junior in Academic Choice, said that climate change is not a source of anxiety in his everyday life. “I mean, it’s sort of just something you see on like the news and stuff every once in a while,” Holmes said.
Word on the Street
Raphaella Laurence, a sophomore in Academic Choice says when it comes to her style, she likes to be herself. “Some days I’m like emo, and other days I’m like ‘Let’s dress up fancy’ and then other days I just want to wear my pajamas.
‘This Is Our Future:’ Bay Area Youth Strike Against Line Three
Students from Berkeley High School, as well as other Bay Area schools, participated in a climate strike on Friday, August 27. The strike protested Pipeline 3, California State Teachers’ Retirement System’s support of the fossil fuel industry, and the lack of action regarding unsafe conditions around the Hunters’ Point Naval Shipyard in San
BHS Student Initiates Berkeley Hills Trash Cleanup Project
The many prominent issues relevant to today’s world can make it overwhelming to decide who and how to help. But Berkeley High School junior Milo Moses proved that starting a project and putting in effort can make creating change completely achievable.
The Decade in Review
2010-2020 at Berkeley High School The Decade in Review BY ELLA LANGENTHAL features editor As December comes to a close, it brings with it not only the start of a new year but the beginning of a whole new decade.
Red & Gold Day
BY NATE KAPLAN For as long as many Berkeley High School students and teachers can remember, Red and Gold Day, formerly known as Rally Day, has been a beloved tradition.
Berkeley Food Network Moves to More Permanent Location
On Thursday, September 19, hundreds gathered in a large warehouse on University Avenue to celebrate the Berkeley Food Network’s transition from operating out of rented food storage facilities to a more permanent warehouse residence.
Latinx Heritage Month
The Jacket published a special issue for Latinx Heritage Month. Pick up a copy of the paper to see all the special features.