THE VOICE OF THE STUDENTS
December 6, 2019
Over the past few months, the nonprofit organization Lava Mae, which comes from the Spanish for “wash me,” has been working with the City of
Over the past few months, the name of the renowned North Berkeley “Gourmet Ghetto” has sparked intense conversation that has led to the removal of
The discussion regarding the solution to Berkeley’s homelessness crisis has resurfaced due to actions by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans). There are numerous homeless
On Thursday, September 19, hundreds gathered in a large warehouse on University Avenue to celebrate the Berkeley Food Network’s (BFN) transition from operating out of
On Wednesday, September 25, the Universal Ninth Grade (U9) attended an assembly focused on Student Power Actualized Through Respect and Kinship (SPARK). At the assembly,
On Friday, September 20, the City of Berkeley informed the public that the levels of E. coli — a bacteria found in humans and contaminated
Beginning in the summer of 2020, the Berkeley High School (BHS) Florence Schwimley Theater and the classroom wing of the A-Building will undergo major renovations.
On Friday, September 20, more than 750 Berkeley High School (BHS) students chose to walk out of their classes in order to march for action
The Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD) Board of Education recently announced plans for a new parcel tax that would be used to fund teachers. Since
UC Berkeley’s proposal to build additional student housing in People’s Park has been contentious since it was announced last year. The University of California (UC)
Jesse Arreguín, Berkeley’s first Latino mayor, recently announced his plan to run for re-election in 2020. Since being elected in 2016, he has fought for
Do you listen to XXXTentacion’s music or watch Woody Allen’s movies? If “no,” then there’s a good chance you’re tapped into a new phenomenon called
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