Sabine Rosen



Young people's voices must be better represented in politics 


It’s hard for students to learn about critical national decisions being made while simultaneously knowing that youths’ voices are not  considered.

A scissor cutting a 100 dollar bill.

BUSD to face additional budget cuts due to lower enrollment


During the April 26th school board meeting, board members discussed the Berkeley Unified School District school budget for next year and the years following.

Plane going to Taiwan

Taiwan trip provides Mandarin students cultural engagement


At 1 a.m., a plane took off from San Francisco International Airport. It was a direct flight to Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, and carried over 50 Mandarin students at Berkeley High School along with parent chaperones and BHS Mandarin teacher Xin Chen.

Past BHS teachers run Classroom Matters


Former Berkeley teachers Lisa Miller and Tatiana Guerreiro Ramos together run Classroom Matters, a tutoring and mentoring program for K-12 graders in the Bay Area.

The history of BHS’s current Small Learning Communities


In 1985, the California Partnership Academies was started by the state, in part to support kids struggling in school. The academies were programs inside schools that students could participate in, and were focused on specific topics.  When the Berkeley High School vice principal at the time went to visit one of the CPA programs

BUSD School Board

School board candidates call for change in Berkeley schools


Norma Harrison is arguing for non-traditional school structures. Specifically, she is against separating kids by age or subject matter. She feels the current Berkeley Unified School District system is too focused on helping corporations.