Green and Gray

Meet Your School Leaders!
Aidan Pesce ’23 December 15, 2021

   Every year, each from votes for two class presidents and the entire school votes for two all-school presidents. In an effort to provide...

Autumn at Berkshire
Autumn at Berkshire
Aidan Pesce ’23 December 15, 2021

 This past season at Berkshire has been one for the record books! As schoolwork ramps up and fall afternoon activities wind down, you finally...

Get to Know Sr. Lucio!
Get to Know Sr. Lucio!
Sydney Burnett ’23 December 15, 2021

 Berkshire was lucky enough to welcome fourteen new faculty members this year! Today, I chatted with new Spanish teacher, Sr. Victor Lucio,...

Critical Race Theory: New or Necessary?
Critical Race Theory: New or Necessary?
Trevor Sullivan Weinstein ’25 December 15, 2021

 Critical Race Theory (CRT). You’ve heard these words spoken over and over again: on TV, in articles, in videos of school board meetings,...

Addressing Forest Fragmentation Through Art
Madisyn Gomez ’20, Caroline O'Connor • December 15, 2021

Editor's Note: Madisyn Gomez graduated from Berkshire School in 2020. Now attending Wesleyan University, she is taking a class called Global...

Play Sicko Mode?
Play Sicko Mode?
Will Onubogu December 15, 2021

 You go home. Buy a ticket for an event you have waited months for. You finally get to see your idol perform live. You stand amongst thousands...

Meet Your School Leaders!
Aidan Pesce ’23 December 15, 2021

   Every year, each from votes for two class presidents and the entire school votes for two all-school presidents. In an effort to provide...

What the Internet Offers for Communication And What It Doesn’t
Sam Tran ’23 December 15, 2021

 In a recent report published by the Pew Research Center, almost 85 percent of Americans go online daily. Among that number, a considerable...

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