Sophie Horvath

‘Power, Prestige, Privilege:’ Pillars of BBQ Club at BHS

Sports

    “[The Barbecue Club wanted] power, prestige, privilege. They wanted all the benefits of being part of the club and none of the responsibility or accountability of being tied to one of the most visible aspects of rape culture on campus,” said Angela Coppola, a Berkeley High School social studies teacher in Academic Choice

In Conversation: Athlete and Her Mentor

Sports

G’azelle Dewitt-Henderson, a Berkeley High School junior in Arts and Humanities Academy, is a member of the cheer team. Dewitt-Henderson sat down with Tiffany Sutherland, the BHS cheer coach and Dewitt-Henderson’s female role model in sports, for a conversation about mentorship and growth.

Freshmen Athletes Experience Their First BHS Season

Sports

As Berkeley High School enters its final season of sports and says goodbye to some of its beloved athletes, BHS also welcomes a new generation of Yellowjackets to the field.

Is It Ethical to Shop From Fast Fashion Stores?

Opinion

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.

Facebook Must Stop Evading All Responsibility to Its Users

Opinion

Lately, Facebook has received a lot of love and hate from the world. It has been a center for both communal collaborations and social unrest, especially in the past couple months.

Planned Parenthood’s ability to provide abortions is under attack in Texas by the state’s new law.

Choice Is Freedom: Community Reacts to Texas Abortion Ban

Features

In recent weeks, the country has watched abortion related legalities debated in the Supreme Court once again. To summarize, the state of Texas passed a law called Senate Bill 8 that banned abortions after the first six weeks of pregnancy.

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For Berkeley Residents, People’s Park is More Than Just a Landmark

Features

People’s Park has had a rich and diverse history since the 1960s. Over the years, it has seen much change, as well as a decrease in popularity. Now, with the University of California, Berkeley’s plans to build student housing atop it, we may be the generation to see the last step in the park’s

Mutual Aid Leaves a Powerful Impact on Berkeley Residents

Features

Mutual aid has been around for a long time, even before philosopher Peter Kropotkin coined the term in the late 19th century, but it has been increasing in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic.