The Fanfare

Ceremony for the Recognition of Excellence

Ceremony for the Recognition of Excellence

May 26, 2016


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On April 26, Berkeley awarded students with book awards from various colleges, effort awards and other awards unique to Berkeley, such as the Headmaster's Trophy.

What Teachers Love to Watch

What Teachers Love to Watch

Hannah Cohen, Staff Writer

March 2, 2016


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Believe it or not, the members of Berkeley’s esteemed faculty do in fact have lives outside of educating and enriching their students. So what do they do during their precious free time? Much like their students, Berkeley teachers like to relax and unwind after a long day at work by watching televis...

And the Oscar Goes to…

And the Oscar Goes to…

Annie Uichanco, Staff Writer

February 22, 2016


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This night has been anticipated by many a talented, ambitious actor. How can one not enjoy one of the greatest live television spectacles held each year in the iconic Dolby Theatre? The glamorous luminaries grace the red carpet with statuesque poise in the hope of returning home with the most sought-a...

It’s Time to Investigate the Gries’ Clock Shortage

It’s Time to Investigate the Gries’ Clock Shortage

Jennifer Luo, Social Media & PR Editor

December 15, 2015


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     After spending an entire semester roaming the Gries, wandering up and down the Doyle Science Wing hoping to eventually stumble into room two twenty-something, barging into the wrong classrooms at five minutes past the start of class, frantically asking teachers, other students, administrators ...

Book it to the Library: Check out These Books!

Book it to the Library: Check out These Books!

Daniela Marques, Staff Writer

October 23, 2014


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This summer was sizzling. What better to accompany your tall glass of iced tea than a book? Some of Berkeley’s book enthusiasts shared their favorite summer books. Berkeley Prefect, senior, and Student Library Proctor, Sarah Mostafa, spent  four brief, but captivating hours sprawled out on her...

Video Games Are Helping Us Learn

Zachary Diamandis, Features Editor

December 6, 2013


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High school is a lot of work. Students with busy academic and extracurricular schedules often find it hard to set aside leisure time. The free time that they do have is spent in different ways, but a common yet controversial method of relaxation is playing video games. The topic of video games brings...