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Happy Feet Brings Together Community for a Good Cause

Alien vs. Predator vs. Brown vs. the Board of Education (Will Blake '16, Brad Grundy  '16, Ankush Bikkasani '16 and Ed Todd '16)

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...

Upper Division Rallies Around History Bowl Trivia Tournament

Students were able to compete against their friends in different trivia subtopics such as sports, math and science, and pop culture.

Austin Cahn, Staff Writer

November 24, 2015

   Throughout the week from November 9 to the 13, students could be seen devouring their meals while rushing to Gills Hall or the Jean Ann Cone Library. Crowds gathered to watch their favorite teams compete in the semi annual  History Bowl Trivia Tournament.  In the tournament, students and teachers com...

Bucs Prevail at Cross Country Districts

Last thursday, Berkeley Prep’s Cross Country teams competed at Districts in AL Lopez Park. After a grueling race, our Girls Cross Country team was named District Runner Up, and our Boys Cross Country team was named District Champions.

Samantha Tun, Staff Writer

October 27, 2015

     On Thursday, October 22, the boys’ and girls’ varsity cross country teams competed in districts and achieved resounding successes. The varsity girls’ cross country team, consisting of Caroline Brown’16, Katie Freedy ’16, Maggie Grundy ’16, Grace Searle ’16, Christiana Till ’2...

Service Opportunities

Eva Khademi, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 3, 2013

Venue: Berkeley Summer Programs What it is: Berkeley offers a wide array of opportunities for students who want to volunteer, from helping out at sum­mer sports and arts camps to tutoring younger kids. What Students Say: Sophomore Sarah Mohammadi, an avid softball player, spent her summer coa...

How to Survive and Thrive in Freshman Year

Eva Khademi, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 3, 2013

Pre-k to fifth grade was a piece of cake—you only had a half hour of homework at the most and didn’t have to change classes. And then along came middle school, were new friends were made and exams began. But now its high school, a totally different world in itself, which brings a variety of new experiences...