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  • January 23Today in history: In 1773, Captain James Cook becomes the first person to cross the Antarctic Circle.
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Happy Feet Brings Together Community for a Good Cause

Happy Feet Brings Together Community for a Good Cause

Jennifer Luo, Social Media Editor

February 24, 2016

Last Friday, Happy Feet held its fourth annual Concert for a Cure with its customary amount of success. Students from all grades poured out to the Berkeley clock tower to watch talented performers like Sally Thompson ’17, Katie Freedy ’16, Austi Critchfield ’16, Jack Eppink ’16, the Berkeley...

Second Annual Mix It Up Day a Big Success

Second Annual Mix It Up Day a Big Success

Austin Cahn and Bethany Schneider

November 4, 2015

     Mix It Up Day, an annual event put on by the Diversity Club, took place Tuesday, October 27th. Sponsored by an organization called Teaching Tolerance, Mix It Up Day is an up-and-coming event that spreads diversity awareness and advocates inclusion in schools across the country.  During lunch, th...

Students Enjoy Variety of Entertainment at Eat N’ Speak

Students Enjoy Variety of Entertainment at Eat N’ Speak

Chloe Davis, Staff Writer

September 28, 2015

The Jean Ann Cone Library was the place to be on Friday during lunch to witness the witty improvs of student comedians, hear the soulful sounds of musicians and instruments and see life in a new way through creative poetry. At the Writing Center’s Eat N’ Speak, students can broadcast their nuanc...

“Offerings of Love” Brings Berkeley Students Together With Exceptional Artists

“Offerings of Love” Brings Berkeley Students Together With Exceptional Artists

Hillary McLauchlin, Staff Writer

February 11, 2014

On January 30, Berkeley’s Pautler Gallery showcased over fifty works of art by more than forty students from the Willis Peters Exceptional Center in Dover, Florida, a school for mentally and physically disabled students. In its seventh year, the “Offerings of Love” art show was attended by its...

Jobs Broaden Students’ Perspectives

Alan Armero and Colton Karpman

December 6, 2013

Growing up in the environment that Berkeley students affectionately call the “Berkeley Bubble” can sometimes cause us as students to lose touch with reality and view the world solely through the Berkeley paradigm. Of course, there are several ways to combat this dilemma such as involvement in leadership...