"A bill drafted a couple years ago was recently signed into law by governor Gavin Newsom, making it so many toy stores must have gender-neutral toy sections." --Maia Cavagnolo, 7th grade
"The holiday season has officially started! Instead of researching activities you can do this Winter, I’ve created an exhaustive list of fun holiday activities in the Bay Area." -- Aiyla Baker, 10th Grade
"Holiday lights are a fun and festive way to get into the holiday spirit! In this article, you can find some ticketed events as well as lights you can see from the comfort of your car." -- CB omand, 8th grade.
"Oakland Education Association, the union representing Oakland Unified teachers, has released multiple resolutions in support of Palestine, with no mention of the Hamas attack on Israel in the official resolutions." -- Zara Quiter, seventh grade
"Take a look around. You might look to the left and see Charles Dickens feasting on fish and chips, look to the right and you might see Victorian folk selling jewelry. Bask in dozens of colorful characters straight out of the 1800s and marvel at the sight of the charming shops and handcrafted goods." -- Lilah aparton, 6th grade
"Alcatraz Island is home to many different events for Indigenous peoples to do ceremonies. This includes showing dances to the younger generations to keep traditions alive, but also to remember the past and the things that had happened."--Celesté EAGLETON, 7th grade
"On October 5th, 2023, the WNBA and the Golden State Warriors announced that the Bay Area is getting an expansion team." --Rafi Ponet, 8th Grade
"BART. That grimy, dirty place that some people have to ride every day to get to school or work. BART, or Bay Area Rapid Transit has been around for 51 years. Originally amazing and futuristic, BART has become like any other way of public transit: run down and uncomfortable." -- Amara DEanes, 6th Grade
"On August 27th there was a mass of teens and many fights broke out, this lead to a shot being fired and a stabbing." --Cb Omand, 8th grade.
"California is the state with the highest fire threat in the US and although California's been lucky this year, the fire season is not over yet."--Mila Boyden 8th Grade