Muhammad Delgado



After over three decades at BHS, Alan Miller is proud of what he

Alan Miller reflects on a life of teaching, inspiring, challenging


Over the 33 years that Alan Miller has been a part of the English department at Berkeley High School, he has gained a reputation as a hard working figure who expects responsibility from himself and his students.

Illustration of a long line of people waiting for school lunch.

Understaffing harms BHS lunch workers


In recent years, the number of students getting lunch at school has risen. This year, the lunch line in the cafeteria regularly stretches all the way down to the middle of the dining hall for the better portion of lunch.

Clubs sold cultural foods for students to enjoy.

Clubs, classes at BHS show out for annual Multicultural Week


On January 26 and 27, Berkeley High School students, dressed in traditional clothing representing their backgrounds, assembled around the campus green to celebrate Multicultural Week.

Morgan-Cartland wears these necklaces to honor their grandmother.

White-passing students battle unique privileges, difficulties


Berkeley High School sophomore Fae Cantero Sandler was born and raised in Mexico. But for her, a lot of people tend to jump to the conclusion that she’s fully white.

A graphic of various heritage months

Unsung heritage months require advocacy


Throughout the year various months are dedicated to the heritage and culture of historically marginalized peoples. November is Native American Heritage Month as well as Sikh Awareness Month.

Pixies band: Back again with Doggerel


Pixies made a long-lasting impact on the alternative music scene in their early days, with albums like “Surfer Rosa” famously inspiring Kurt Cobain, PJ Harvey, Thom Yorke, and so many others.