As vaccinations continue and cases fall, the pandemic in America is finally becoming more manageable. Families across the country have been preparing for a summer of celebration and a roaring twenties promised to us after a terrible pandemic.
Magic shows are inherently fun and exciting events. A man in a fancy cape and hat dances around a stage and makes all sorts of wondrous things happen, from pulling a rabbit out of a hat to reading an audience member’s mind.
I used to hate rats. The mix of the tails, the teeth, the images of pestilence just sent my skin crawling and my brain saying “no sir.” So you can imagine how I might have felt when my dad came home from the Berkeley Vivarium carrying two pet rats.
As we emerge from the soul-sucking year that was 2020, hope has surfaced in the form of a quick jab in the arm with a needle. Though California is still deep in the COVID-19 pandemic and faces some of the toughest months ahead, there is now an end in sight.
Pacific Boychoir Academy: Concert Fundraiser for the Berkeley Sexual Harm Survivors Support Group The Berkeley Sexual Harm Survivor Support Group is a local organization that offers free sessions to survivors of sexual assault.
2020 has not been … the most fantastic of years. That is perhaps an understatement. 2020 sucks. It sucks. On the Jewish holiday of Passover a song is sung called Dayenu, which translates to “It would have been enough.” 2020 has been a year of Dayenus.
This November 3, Michael Chang is undoubtedly the best candidate to vote for Berkeley School Board. Although most Berkeley High School students can’t vote yet, it’s important not to underestimate the importance of local elections.
The stench of blood and piss lingers in the air, as thick as a frozen block of tomato soup. The ground is sticky with bodily juices and kombucha. Mounds of teeth and clots of hair pollute the earth, mixing with the piles of vomit containing chunks of Top Dog and poorly chewed bits of Sliver
Many students at Berkeley High School have jobs as grocery baggers, tutors, or general manual laborers. Jobs can be incredibly important for students because they offer both work experience and a source of additional family income.