Berkeley Restaurant Spotlight: Best Latinx Eateries
Saturday, October 17, 2020 In celebration of Chicanx Latinx Heritage Month, here are some of the best Latinx restaurants and eateries Berkeley has to offer.
Hispanic Engineers and Scientists Club Works to Diversify STEM
Thursday, October 15, 2020 Chocron described a prevalent issue saying, “A lot of the Latinx community are not exposed to the STEM fields, and are sometimes stereotyped as not capable of accomplishing any goals within that field.”
Bay Area Dance Studios Bring Together the Latinx Community
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Dance studies, ranging from teaching Brazilian dance to capoeira, serve to connect Latinx people despite threats from gentrification.
Bay Area Book Festival Presents Renowned Speakers on Today’s Issues
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Despite its virtual format, this year’s Bay Area Book Festival remained a platform for open dialogue on solving society’s most pressing issues. Celebrities and prominent leaders discussed their visions for a better future.
Identity-Based Support Groups Would Benefit the Broader Student Body
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Communication Arts and Sciences (CAS) has created safe spaces for students of common identities, like Latinx and female students, which provide support and comfort within BHS.
Chicanx Latinx Classes at BHS Create a Community-Based Space for All
Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Chicanx Latinx classes evolve every year in response to current events. Consequently, their timely focus, close community, and emphasis on discovering one’s identity make them relevant to all students.
Student-Submitted Poems for Latinx Heritage Month
Wednesday, October 14, 2020
Fires and Smoke Will Have a Long Term Impact on BHS
Saturday, October 3, 2020 Smoke from California's wildfire season poses challenges to both the mental and physical health of students and administration.
Berkeley Restaurant Week Boosts Business for Struggling Eateries
Saturday, October 3, 2020 After the effects of COVID-19 devastated many Berkeley restaurants, a new “to-go” version of the annual Berkeley Restaurant Week was launched to jumpstart business, offering unique fixed priced menus.