Gun Violence

A gun in one hand, and a pencil in the other.

The fight to end gun violence should not fall on highschoolers


Gun violence is an issue that affects all people and generations, including children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly, which does not mean it should be left for only younger generations to deal with.

BHS must initiate the end to local gun violence now


In the early morning on October 8, Berkeley was shaken by another shooting near the University of California, Berkeley, leaving one person dead and three people wounded.

Bouquets, candles, and written messages for the late BHS students fill the gallery space in the C-Building.

Students and community in mourning after recent shooting


On Saturday, October 2, two Berkeley High School students were shot and killed at a party in North Oakland. The BHS community held a memorial at Longfellow Middle School on Monday night.

Student Social Action Guide: How To Go Beyond Social Media


Protests, Rallies, and Marches Attend a protest by joining others on the streets to fight collectively for a cause. Marches are held often across the Bay Area and are a straightforward way to get involved.

Media Must Stop Using Language that Incites Anti-Asian Hate


“Can American Values Survive in a Chinese World?” asked one Foreign Policy headline. “This Is Not Dystopian Fiction. This Is China,” proclaimed another from The New York Times.

An empty BHS campus, where once an SRO intervened with crime committed to and by students.

Berkeley High Should Keep School Resource Officers to Best Protect Students


In recent discussions about the future of policing in the United States, the need for an armed School Resource Officer on campuses has been a frequent topic of debate.

ASB Votes to Pass Gun Violence Resolution


On February 8, 2021, Berkeley High School’s Associated Student Body voted to pass a resolution that will recognize National Gun Violence Survivors Week.