BHS fashion is a blend of past and present
Fashion trends are inherently cyclical. Whether it’s the 90s or the 2000s that are back in style at the moment, they’ll always come and go. The clothing that students wear at Berkeley High School on a daily basis has endless inspiration from past decades.
Controversy of online quizzes
Who am I? This is one of life’s greatest questions, inspiring works of art, revolution, spiritual practices, and many ethically ambiguous self-help authors. Humans are constantly trying to figure each other out.
Voice acting: 'An intricate performance'
Voice acting is an entirely different world to navigate from on-screen acting, although many similarities exist between the two. Some voice actors are hired simply to breathe, with Sean Kenin, an American film and television actor, as one example.
Students perform in dynamic talent show
The 2023 Berkeley High School Talent Show was filled with laughs, song, dance, and surprise original raps. Families, friends, and students arrived at BHS’s Little Theater on Thursday, Nov.
Crochet Club Spolight
“It’s teaching people the skill that they can use and take away whatever they want from it, but mainly just the ability to do it and having something that they can do with their hands,” said Aleka Vavloukis, who runs the crochet club here at Berkeley High School.
The issue with canceling streamable shows
Streaming services should not jump to conclusions before canceling TV shows. Show fanbases grow over time, and when new series that are growing in popularity get canceled, it can be really upsetting to viewers.
‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ has a fractured and confused tone
There are few cultural fixtures as bizarre as “Five Nights at Freddy’s”. Starting in 2014 as a phone and PC game developed by a single person, the indie series was elevated to its current smash-hit status by YouTube content creators like Markiplier and MatPat.
BHS holds student horror film festival
On Halloween, Berkeley High School showed short horror films made by students at a film festival in the little theater. Amanda Marini teaches media classes at BHS and has been looking for a way to broadcast her students’ work.
Media love triangles draw teen viewers in
Tropes are a fundamental aspect of romance novels, whether it’s friends to lovers, enemies to lovers, grumpy x sunshine, or forbidden love. However, there’s one trope that is suffocatingly popular and just as chaotic: the love triangle.
Netflix’s ‘Sex Education’ season four is raw and heartwarming
The Netflix original, “Sex Education”is back with its fourth and final season. And once again, creator Laurie Nunn has executed an emotionally complex storyline that not only offers the characters the chance at closure, but draws in the reality of life’s unexpectedness and new change. This season returns to focus on fans’ familiar beloved characters,
Concert prices skyrocket, is it still worth it?
The prices of concert tickets have been significantly increasing in the past years, and it’s getting to a point that is ridiculously expensive. In the early 2000s, the average price of a concert ticket was under $50.
Groundbreaking Scorsese film exposes historical injustices
On Oct. 20, “Killers of the Flower Moon,” starring Leonardo Dicaprio and Lily Gladstone, will begin showing in theaters. The Martin Scorsese-directed film is heavily based on a true story from Oklahoma in the 1920s, following a series of murders of the Osage people, over oil money.