If someone walks down Shattuck Avenue, past Shattuck Cinemas and Starbucks, they’ll soon come across one more empty shop with blank paper covering the windows.
Cell phones are everywhere, and everyone depends on them. In any city, residents rely on cell phones for communication, work, entertainment, and school. With the
From cooking and cleaning to paying bills and budgeting, “adulting” can seem like a daunting task for many soon-to-be adults. High school is often the
Throughout the past couple of months, Berkeley High School (BHS) classes have been interrupted almost weekly. Sprinkled between Spirit Week, teacher strikes, and Thanksgiving, have
The room is quiet, although small whispers occasionally break up the eerie silence. A pile of desks are pushed against the door, and the blinds
Music rings through the halls of the Berkeley High School (BHS) A-Building throughout the school day, as students involved in the various music classes hone
On December 13 and 14, Berkeley High School (BHS) will be hosting its annual Holiday Meal, which will include new features such as showers and
The courtyard is lined with tables, with cries of “T-shirts!” and “Come support our club!” drifting through the air. A closer examination makes it clear
“When I realized that it was the 50th anniversary of voluntary integration, it just felt like the perfect occasion to reflect on that whole legacy
Dancing the night away to the sweet sounds of salsa while waves crash in the background is not your average classroom experience. Eating the food
What grade were you in the first time your teacher led a mindfulness exercise or suggested a few minutes of silence to start class? Some
“It teaches people about the generations before them, and their ancestors, and more importantly it teaches them about the culture in Peru so it won’t
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