NASA Prepares New Launch: Project Artemis
Project Artemis plans to make history for American astronauts and rocket engineers, but is met with some pushback from the US government.
Coping With COVID-19: Art
Doodling and other forms of art are helpful for those struggling to pay attention during online classes.
Classical Music Critics On L. Beethoven
MLP: The Woman I Admire
Coping With COVID: Athletics
BHS students reflect on the role of exercise in relieving stress from the pandemic.
Small World: Genocide in Myanmar
Historical Women In Classical Music, Part II
Coping With COVID-19: Pet Adoption
Rates of adoption have skyrocketed during quarantine, and for a good reason.
On the Shoulders of Giants: Kamala Harris
After decades in politics, Harris has become the first African American, Asian American, and woman to be the vice president of the United States.
Rachel Carson, Founding Mother of the Environmentalist Movement
The release of 'A Silent Spring' in 1962 catalyzed the beginning of the environmentalist movement.
Historical Women In Classical Music
Whether they knew it or not, these three women changed the world of classical music.
Isadora De Liberty
Mixed Race Community and Representation
The BHS Multicultural Student Association explores the value of cross-cultural understanding.
Jose Mauricio Sierra Romero
Black Latinos and the Prejudices Within Mexican Culture
Small World: Labor Advocacy in India
Shirley Chisholm: A Black Woman Who Dared to Fight
MLP Column for Black History Month
Understanding Why Berkeley Schools Need to Reopen
Dr. Washington Carver, From Slave to Scientist
Washington Carver’s crop rotation technique made growing cotton more lucrative for poor farmers.