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On to Bigger and Better Things

On to Bigger and Better Things

Shaila Ghanekar, Staff Writer

March 2, 2015


Filed under News

Saturday, February 21st, Berkeley’s very own Mello Divas competed in the International Championship of High School A Cappella (ICHSA) regional competition here at Berkeley Preparatory School. The competition featured 10 a cappella groups, including one from North Carolina. For the past five ...

New President Promises Change in Upcoming Term

New President Promises Change in Upcoming Term

Anjali Kapadia, Staff Writer

February 25, 2015


Filed under Features

Sitting in the sophomore deck, one notices a plethora of things. Teachers wafting in and out of classrooms, students chatting on their way to lunch- normal day-to-day school activity. However today, as I sat on a cold blue bench, I heard laughter in the distance. The source? Amol Dhaliwal cracking a...

Behind the Scenes: Advanced Drama

Behind the Scenes: Advanced Drama

Danielle Carolan, Staff Writer

December 7, 2014


Filed under School Productions

Every Friday night, students look forward to attending football games or other sporting events. However, athletic performances are not the only events for students to watch. Advanced Drama puts on incredible shows each year for everyone to come see. This talented group of performers deserves more credit...

Students Share Super Bowl Predictions

Students Share Super Bowl Predictions

Ankie Goyal, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014


Filed under Sports

As the month of February nears, this can only mean one thing for sports fans worldwide: Super Bowl XLVIII is close. After an exciting Conference Championship week, the matchup is set. This year will feature the Denver Broncos led by the “Sheriff” himself, Peyton Manning, and the Seattle Seahawks...

COUNTERPOINT: We Have Been Denied an Essential Freedom

Alan Armero, Opinion Editor

October 31, 2013


Filed under Opinion

Students should be afforded the freedom to eat outside the Café. With the installation of the Café, students have lost the mobility and freedom to enjoy our campus as we please during lunch. Instead, lunches now involve maneuvering through a maze of packed bodies and having to experience the same setting...

Hallways Chronicles: Amol Dhaliwal

Maya Gandhi, Features Editor

October 31, 2013


Filed under Hallway Chronicles

As President of the Class of 2016, sophomore Amol Dhaliwal has a lot on his plate. Luckily he spared a few minutes to chat about how his year’s going and his ambitions for the future.   Q: What's the biggest difference you've noticed between sophomore and freshman year? A: We're no longer...