Residents Protest Post Office Sale

The United States Postal Service (USPS) has reignited a long-lasting conflict with members of the Berkeley community over the possible sale of the Berkeley US Post Office

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Proposal Made to Re-Introduce Ethnic Studies Requirement

Principal Kristin Glenchur proposed reinstating Ethnic Studies as a course for all Berkeley High freshmen in response to new suggestions that have been made as to how to improve the Social Living curriculum to most benefit students

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Teacher Organizes Exciting Trip to Belize

This upcoming spring break, Berkeley High science teacher Russell Campisi is planning to take BHS students on a trip to Belize

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Rhinos Rugby Club Paves Way for Future of Sport

The Berkeley Rhinos Rugby team is joining the widespread movement to make the game of rugby accessible to more young people across the country

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Ai Weiwei Organizes Alcatraz Art Show Remotely From China

Alcatraz Island is the last place that most would think of when they hear “art exhibit,” but the former maximum-security penitentiary and current national park has recently been altered to feature the exhibition, @Large, by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, which is running from September 27 until April 26, 2015. Its many pieces have vast differences, yet are connected through a common theme of freedom and human rights.

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Used Shoe Drive at BHS Benefits Locals in Need

Over the course of three weeks during the month of October, leadership asked for students’ participation with a new service project. The morning announcements, E-Tree and flyers publicized the first campus shoe drive and recruited the Berkeley High community to become involved.

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