Hailey Ostrer



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Parents who teach their kid face difficulties


It’s common to act differently in school, when around friends, versus at home around parents or guardians. Students may be less compliant to their teachers, knowing that it doesn’t affect their home life.

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BHS bathrooms require a cultural shift


As a student in the Jan. 31 bulletin said, “I go to Berkeley High. Of course, there’s no paper towels or soap in the bathroom.” At BHS, bathrooms are infamous for being messy and missing necessary components.

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New People's Park plans aid community


East of Telegraph Avenue and surrounded by Haste Street, Bowditch Street, and Dwight Way, People’s Park is the center point of much controversy due to its unhoused residents and historical significance, as well as the long-established building plans that led to the park’s recent closing.

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For athletes, the college process is complex


The college application process is complicated enough, but for student-athletes who want to continue playing in college, it can be even more complicated.

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Groundbreaking Scorsese film exposes historical injustices


On Oct. 20, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” starring Leonardo Dicaprio and Lily Gladstone, will begin showing in theaters. The Martin Scorsese-directed film is heavily based on a true story from Oklahoma in the 1920s, following a series of murders of the Osage people, over oil money.