CTE Classes Inspire Career Exploration
Throughout the history of Berkeley High School, there have been a vast variety of classes offered to students of all grades and small schools. Recently, however, there has been a trend of decreased enrollment of students in the Career and Technical Education classes.
How Does Pressure from School Affect Teen Relationships?
Winter is always a stressful time for students, with the end of the semester and final exams. However, it’s an especially hard time for graduating seniors, who also have to keep in mind their soon-to-be-due application deadlines.
Is It Ethical to Shop From Fast Fashion Stores?
Pro By Mauricio Sierra Over the past few decades, the clothing industry has made itself an invaluable aspect of today’s economy. In particular, the fast fashion sector has boomed alongside a growing population.
BHS Needs Substance Abuse Resources
At Berkeley High School, most students rarely hear about drug and alcohol-related information after the Social Living class they take in freshman year.
‘We Won’t Stand for This:’ Trans Slur Written Outside BHS
The trans slur “wombn” was found written in chalk on the pavement outside Berkeley High School on the morning of September 13. The slur is a derogatory term used to exclude transfeminine people from womanhood, people who were assigned male at birth but identify as women. The term “wombn” seeks to exclude transfem individuals
Arab Ancestry in Latin America
There has been recent turmoil in the Middle East, as there continues to be an ongoing issue between Israel and Palestine. Palestinians, a people who are ethnically Arab, have a very strong presence in Hispanic communities, as do other Arab nations.
The Term Latinx
The term Latinx was created as an inclusive adjective to describe Latin American people due to the fact that in Spanish there is only a masculine and feminine descriptor, so people who don’t subscribe to either of those genders are left out.
Black Latinos and the Prejudices Within Mexican Culture
Black Latinos, or Latinos of African descent, comprise a demographic all too often overlooked within the Latin community. According to some sources, there are around 37.2 million Black Latinos/Latinos of African descent around the world, although these figures are very ambiguous.