Should Celebrities be Banned From OnlyFans?
Thursday, September 17, 2020
Satire: Class Rivalry Is a Pillar of BHS Culture — Distance Learning Could Annihilate it
Thursday, September 17, 2020 Unity can feel impossible to achieve at a school as large as BHS, but until this year, Rally Day has served to build community within grades.
Reform Berkeley Policing by Voting YES on Measure II This November
Tuesday, September 15, 2020 As cities across the nation re-examine their policing systems, the city of Berkeley has submitted a ballot measure to address unjust and racially discriminatory policing.
Students Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Jobs and School
Saturday, September 5, 2020 Working teenagers face the dilemma of deciding whether they should prioritize earning money for their families over attending class and learning. Excusing students with jobs from school may seem like a quick fix, but in reality, it would be disastrous.
COVID-19 Offers an Opportunity to Make a Permanent Investment in Public Transportation
Saturday, September 5, 2020 AC Transit is now free due to COVID-19, which is taking a load off of many people, specifically low income communities of color, who are traditionally the most reliant on public transportation.
The United States Postal Service Must Be Saved
Thursday, September 3, 2020 The United States Postal Service is struggling to stay open under the Trump administration. Its services are more necessary right now than ever.
“Podding” May Be Key To Preserving Student Mental Health
Thursday, September 3, 2020 As the school year begins and the shelter in place order continues, young people’s mental health is suffering. Are social pods the key to alleviating stress and emotional struggles in teenagers?
Thrift Store ‘Gentrification’ Deprives Low Income Communities of Valuable Resource
Tuesday, September 1, 2020 As thrifting and reselling clothing grows in popularity, various thrift stores have increased their prices. This price spike can have harmful impacts on poorer families who rely on thrifting for their clothing necessities.
The Harm in Depoliticizing Anti-Racist Movements
Tuesday, August 25, 2020 The Black Lives Matter Movement is inherently political and it's necessary that we continue to treat it that way.