“Super Straight” Is an Invalid Sexuality Rooted in Transphobia
Friday, April 2, 2021 The new “sexuality,” created on online message forums as a way to oppress and minimize transgender people has been connected to Nazi symbolism.
While the Recall Movement Goes Too Far, Critiques of Newsom’s Actions Are Important
Friday, April 2, 2021 As the movement to recall Governor Gavin Newsom grows, it's important to continue to center valid criticisms of the administration despite more outlandish critiques.
Amazon Boycott Serves as an Ineffective Stand Against Corporation’s Power
Friday, April 2, 2021 A recent boycott of the online retailer website and company Amazon has swept social media whilst drawing critiques for effectiveness against the massive corporation.
College Readiness Majorly Impacted by COVID-19, Community Must Support Upperclassmen
Friday, April 2, 2021 The BHS community must help students prepare for college and give them a space to talk about their experiences to combat the problems posed by the pandemic.
Instagram Should Remove Like and Follower Numbers to Improve Users’ Mental Health
Friday, March 26, 2021 The social media app has danced around the idea for years, and never fully committed. It’s time to remove the quantitative aspects of the app, releasing users from the damaging sense of competition.
Bay Area Must Unify to Defend Asian Americans Against Hate
Wednesday, March 24, 2021 As the anniversary of quarantine passes its one year mark, hate crimes highlight the necessity of supporting the Asian American community.
Teens Should Wait to Be Vaccinated, Even if They Are Eligible Now
Monday, March 22, 2021 Teens are less vulnerable to the coronavirus, and vaccinations should be devoted to those more at risk.
Media Must Stop Using Language that Incites Anti-Asian Hate
Saturday, March 20, 2021 Going forward, our generation must hold the media accountable to its duty to act with the awareness that its language has immense power to incite racism against Asian Americans.
Eliminating Single-Family Zoning Signifies Progress Towards a Fairer City
Sunday, March 14, 2021 The Berkeley City Council recently pledged to eliminate exclusionary zoning, in an effort to open up housing options and repair harm done by racist zoning practices in the city’s past.