Amelia Wiley Moreira is a features editor and a senior at Berkeley High. She is enthusiastic about dance, food, and fashion! Alongside Jacket she is also a participant in BHS African Diaspora dance.
Word On The Street: What are your predictions for this school year?
For junior Margaux Vuillequez, summer break brought a lot of positivity. “Personally, I feel very ready [for the school year]. Last year it really went downhill for me and I was behind on a lot of my classes … This summer really refreshed me … ” When asked about the students as a whole, Vuillequez
African Diaspora Dance Show Returns to BHS
On Thursday, December 2, the Berkeley High School African Diaspora Dance Department hosted the opening night of its 53rd annual winter performance, which is titled Dancing Through Life’s Changes.
MUSICAL OFFERINGS Classical at Freight & SalvageJoin Robin Sharp on violin, Michael Flexer on cello, and Russell Hancock on piano for an evening of chamber music on November 8th.
Celebrating the Women of Berkeley
Carol Christ Carol Christ joined the University of California Berkeley faculty in 1970. She was a teacher and an administrator until 2002, when she became the president of Smith College in North Hampton, Massachusetts.
Upcoming 'Our Monologues' 2021: An Inside Peek At This Year’s Show
There were many obstacles that stood in the way of Rusma Kharel and Risa Sundu, the co-directors of Our Monologues 2021. Since April of last year, Kharel and Sundu have had to cast, rehearse, and advertise for the show — all despite the unprecedented challenge of a pandemic.
Should Advanced Math Exist at BHS?
Many people at Berkeley High School are aware of the Advanced Math program that is offered — but they might not know about the enormous lack of racial and ethnic diversity within the course.
Young Socialists at BHS Offer Resources and Education to Peers
In 1830, The Industrial Revolution was in full swing, spreading from Great Britain and other parts of Europe to the United States of America. It was a time when factory workers were growing poorer, as factory owners accumulated more and more wealth.
Fire in Downtown Berkeley Hurts Businesses and Residents
It’s late at night when Marsha Tolliver hears a knock on the door of her apartment. She opens it, revealing the police. Swiftly and calmly, they notify her that the building next door is on fire and for her safety, she must evacuate immediately.