Ava Ramsdale

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Senior pride: A privilege game


“SENIORRRSS! SENIORRRSS!” The chant rings loud through the hallways as students pack together like a herd of sheep. A rancid smell washes over the walkway, eggshells and other miscellaneous items littering the ground.

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Administration transparency is vital in ensuring BHS safety 


Many Berkeley High School students vividly remember when they first read about a bomb threat on BHS campus. Students were shocked to realize Berkeley Unified School District, along with the Berkeley Police Department, had been investigating the threat during the prior week, and members of BUSD had been told that the suspect “did not pose

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BHS Stop Harassing Presents to Middle Schoolers on Consent


On April 26, the Berkeley High School Stop Harassing organization began their consent education presentations to Berkeley Unified School District middle schools.

Students work on homework in the Black Scholars Center at Berkeley High School.

Black Scholars Center Provides Resources, Creates Community


New to Berkeley High School, the Black Scholars Center provides a space for students to do their homework, eat snacks, make friends, and work with others.

Students from African Diaspora dance classes performed at the cultural club fair last Friday.

Cultural Club Fair Celebrates Diversity in BHS Community


Cultural clubs throughout Berkeley High School surrounded the campus green to spread awareness and show their spirit at the Cultural Club Fair on Friday, March 11.

School Board Covers VAPA Equity, Special Education at 2/16 Meeting


The Berkeley Unified School District School Board met on February 16 to discuss Visual and Performing Arts equity challenges, the special education program, and new COVID-19 protocols.

BHS junior Konani Chinn won last year’s contest in the photography and digital art category.

PTSA Holds Second Annual Black History Month Art Contest


For the second year in a row, the Parent Teacher Student Association is hosting an art contest in honor of Black History Month. The PTSA established the contest as a way to recognize the importance of Black History Month, acknowledge the struggles Black people face, and offer students an opportunity to celebrate Black History