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Thanksgiving Traditions

Thanksgiving Traditions

Meghna Bukkapatnam, Staff Writer

December 2, 2019

The holiday season is fast approaching and stress levels are on the rise with exams coming up. However, one important holiday cannot be overlooked: Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is a great holiday to celebrate with family and friends. Whether it be stuffing with turkey, watching “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving...

‘Parasite’ Review

‘Parasite’ Review

Emma Reilly, Section Editor

December 2, 2019

When I was dragged to Boon Jong Ho’s Parasite, I had no idea what to expect. A quick Google search led me to the conclusion that what I would be seeing later that night would be just some well-reviewed, multi-genre Korean film where I would have to prepare myself for subtitles. Looking back, I don...

Review of Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” Album

Review of Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” Album

Rachel Mintz, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

On September 6th, Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding” album reached $200,000 in sales and more than 350 million streams the week after the album was released. This album differs from the rap heavy hits such as “Money Made Me Do It” from 2016, as Post Malone started experimenting with pop-in...

Behind the Scenes of the Berkeley Broadcast Network

Behind the Scenes of the Berkeley Broadcast Network

Charvi Sharma, Head Photo Editor

November 1, 2019

The Berkeley Broadcast Network, known to students as the “BBN,” is a great resource for any sports enthusiasts unable to watch their favorite Berkeley games live. As a student-run organization, the BBN works hard to make sure their viewers are able to access clear, live footage. With students inv...

Review: Laramie Project

Review: Laramie Project

Penelope Grapsas, Staff Writer

October 16, 2019

As the lights dim in the theatre, the audience is immersed in a news sensation coming to life before their eyes - a collage of poignant news reports and headlines unearthing the tragedy that occurred in Laramie, Wyoming just 21 years ago. The actors all file out from the wings, which are layered with w...

Humans of Berkeley: Victoria Grills

Humans of Berkeley: Victoria Grills

Kendyl Kirtley, Section Editor

October 1, 2019

Nothing has had a more clear-cut path for Victoria Grills ’20 than music. Since she was little, Grills has dabbled in violin, guitar and singing. Entering high school allowed Grills to explore new opportunities in music; as a freshman, Grills was chosen for a coveted spot in the Mello Divas, Berkel...

Tailgate Fun!

Tailgate Fun!

Jarah Williams, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

A couple of team members of the varsity girls’ volleyball discuss their team and the win they had on September 20th

Gallery: Fall Tailgate

Gallery: Fall Tailgate

Samir Saeed, Co-Editor and Chief

October 1, 2019

Fall Tailgate Football Player Highlights

Fall Tailgate Football Player Highlights

Rachel Mintz, Staff Writer

September 30, 2019

Berkeley faced off against  IMG in the Fall Tailgate football game. Under the Friday night lights, Berkeley walked off with a win of 42-7. The crowd, dressed out in holiday outfits and Berkeley apparel, brought an energy to the game that seemed to animate the crowd. Cheerleaders brought more than just their us...

Chloe McLeod: Humans of Berkeley

Chloe McLeod: Humans of Berkeley

Catherine Amburgey, Section Editor

September 29, 2019

Chloe McLeod ’20 is known both around and outside Berkeley’s campus for her artistic contributions. She has received several Scholastic art awards on a local and national level. Additionally, she received a twenty thousand dollar scholarship to the University of Tampa for her artistic involvements. ...