Green and Gray

A Week Dedicated to Education and Inclusion: WeWeek
Leo Yang ’22 March 1, 2022

 On Monday, January 17, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Berkshire community gathered in Allen Theater, kicking off the 2022 WeWeek celebrations.  WeWeek...

Student-Led Pro Vita Classes
Sanjna Srinivasan March 1, 2022

 Pro Vita at Berkshire is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated weeks of the school year. Aiming to embrace Berkshire’s motto Pro Vita...

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...

Senior Class: Most Likely To…
Samantha Bernstein and Graham Hynes ’22 June 19, 2022

The Class of 2022 has been through it all.    We watched our friends leave for spring break, only for COVID-19 to cancel the remainder...

The Splintered Supreme Court
Trevor Sullivan Weinstein ’25 June 19, 2022

 The Supreme Court is broken. Throughout the past 30 years, as presidents have come and gone, the Court has gone from one of the most trusted...

The Implications of AI: How Should We Regulate Artificial Intelligence to Ensure Ethicality?
Catherine Yan ’24 June 19, 2022

 Artificial Intelligence (AI) plays a paramount role in our everyday lives. Everyday examples of AI include maps and navigation algorithms...

Korea’s Presidential Election: A Change in 5 Years
Jenny Lee ’25 June 28, 2022

    South Korea’s 20th presidential election was held on March 9, 2022. The incumbent president, Moon Jae-in’s, 5 year term ended and...

Korea’s Presidential Election: A Change in 5 Years
Jenny Lee ’25 June 28, 2022

    South Korea’s 20th presidential election was held on March 9, 2022. The incumbent president, Moon Jae-in’s, 5 year term ended and...

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