As an educator who has taught in Oakland for over a decade, Dr. Larry Moore saw a need for schools tailored to the study of theology.
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By Kristen Bole, UCSF News UC San Francisco is launching a healthy beverage initiative in an effort to align campus food and drink sales with the growing science about the negative impact of [...]
The For Women in Science Fellowships have been awarded in the United States for the past 12 years to help women at critical stages in their careers, such as establishing a research lab after [...]
Students at Bella Vista Elementary School in Oakland had a chance to get active in a youth football clinic with the Raiders on Monday, Oct. 19 at the 17th annual NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle.
By David Register, courtesy of The Guardian On September 18, after facing off against Harvard at the (Eastern New York Correctional Facility), our debaters were deemed the winners by a veteran panel of debate [...]
By Stephen Ceasar, L.A. Times Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have required state education officials to develop a model ethnic studies program for California’s public schools.
Serena Witherspoon is a sociology major at Berkeley City College and is preparing to transfer to a university next fall. She would like to continue studying critically in order to fight for race, class [...]
Musician, composer, bandleader and educator Dr. Pascal Bokar Thiam has published a revised edition of the book, “From Timbuktu to the Mississippi Delta: How West African Standards of Aesthetics Shaped the Music of the [...]
For some students, high school can be a scary place. But it has been a new adventure full of experiences, opportunities and knowledge for Mya Moreno, Morgan Lawson, and Bianca Camello, students at Salesian [...]