Sofia Rodriguez

Downtown Asian Eateries Offer a Blend of Cultural Cuisines

Features

Every day, hungry students leave Berkeley High School to crowd the surrounding restaurants. BHS is located right near the epicenter of Downtown Berkeley, allowing students access to the many cusines of the area.

Street Art Displays Berkeley’s Radical Past and Colorful Present

Features

From downtown to the hills, Berkeley boasts amazing street art. Though each piece is different, they all tell a story about Berkeley. The wall of Amoeba music is home to the People’s History of Telegraph, one of Berkeley’s most famous historic murals.

The Age of Achievement: Emphasis on Prodigy Hurts High-Achieving Kids

Features

By age five, Dylan Heinstein was already topping podiums at national snowboarding competitions within a year of starting the sport. By age ten, Heinstein was driving seven hours each way to and from Mammoth Mountain every week to train during the winter season.

The new Curiosity Shop sells small but unique trinkets.

‘100,000 Things You Don’t Need:’ Curiosity Shop Dazzles BHS

Features

At first glance while walking down Martin Luther King Jr. Way towards University Avenue, it’s hard to notice anything out of the ordinary. However, after Winter Break, a new store named the Curiosity Shop popped up out of the blue — and literally, the outside is blue.  Although the shop is new to Berkeley, the

Freshman basketball player Manav Rai’s injury is examined during a home game.

Injuries Influence BHS Team Mentality

Sports

At Berkeley High School, the wide variety of sports lead to a wide variety of injuries for athletes, all of which have implications for entire teams. One of the main support centers for injured athletes is athletic trainer Lauren Small

Freshman basketball player Manav Rai’s injury is examined during a home game.

Injuries Influence BHS Team Mentality

Sports

At Berkeley High School, the wide variety of sports lead to a wide variety of injuries for athletes, all of which have implications for entire teams. One of the main support centers for injured athletes is athletic trainer Lauren Small

Fall Review, Winter Preview

Sports

At the close of the 2021 fall season, Berkeley High School’s varsity football team finished with a 3-6 record. “The guys played really hard. We had the opportunity to win every game, even if it didn’t always go our direction,” said James Hodgins, head coach of varsity football.

Berkeley and Wider U.S. Must Prioritize Vaccine Distribution Over Booster Shots

Opinion

In spite of the resources of the United States, 673,000 people have died in the US due to COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.  While over half of the US population is vaccinated, The New York Times vaccine tracker shows that many countries, including most developing countries, have less than 10 percent of their