After Burgmann and Bissell, District Must Better Fight Sexual Harm
Friday, September 10, 2021 The two cases prove that action from the district regarding sexual harm is urgently needed, and BUSD must seek to mend the broken trust between students and admin.
When Seeking Justice, Imprisoning Killer Cops Should Not Be Our Priority
Monday, April 26, 2021 Instead of focusing on putting police officers behind bars, we must prioritize addressing and dismantling the prison-industrial complex as a whole.
Depoliticizing the Vaccine Is Crucial for Protecting Our Community
Saturday, April 17, 2021 Vaccination is the key to ending the pandemic, making it imperative that we combat politicization and misinformation with science.
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.
Short-Term Acts of Charity Will Not Solve Wealth Inequality In Berkeley
Saturday, January 9, 2021 Berkeley residents too often use individual donations to ease their guilt surrounding the major wealth gap in our community, whilst simultaneously failing to address it.
Change Starts With Conversation
Friday, October 30, 2020 Dialogue is no easy feat. In today’s fraught climate, it can seem like an overwhelming challenge to engage in civil conversation with someone of opposing beliefs.
To Achieve Unity, Latinx Community Must Acknowledge Complex Identities
Friday, October 16, 2020 As we celebrate Latinx Heritage month, we must understand the discrimination that occurs within the Latinx community.
For Youth to Enact Meaningful Change, They Must Reach Beyond Social Media
Sunday, August 23, 2020 It’s easy to retreat into your bubble, but it is extremely important for everyone to use this time to broaden their perspectives and stay engaged with the outside world.
Why Can’t Berkeley High Retain a Principal?
Monday, May 18, 2020 Within memorable history, BHS seems to have not had a principal last longer than a graduating class. Even before the mysterious departure of Sam Pasarow, BHS was unable to maintain a principal for more than a few years, one lasting only two weeks.