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The Flight 93 Memorial in Union City

The Flight 93 Memorial in Union City

James Ubarro, Photojournalist September 10, 2021

A memorial for those who died in one of the planes hijacked on 9/11 Jesus Garcia at the Flight 93 memorial in Union City. Saturday, Sept. 11 will be the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that took...

Bay Area residents are at risk for evictions as the moratorium ends

Bay Area residents are at risk for evictions as the moratorium ends

Isaac Coleman, Political Editor September 8, 2021

As moratoriums come to an end, eleven million are homeless across the U.S. More than 11 million people were put in jeopardy of losing their homes and being forced to live on the street as the Supreme...

The End of The Eviction Moratorium: A Resource Guide for Concerned Californians

The End of The Eviction Moratorium: A Resource Guide for Concerned Californians

Ariana Jaramillo, Political Writer September 8, 2021

California’s legislative assistance for Low-income Californians The Supreme Court overruled the Center for Disease Control’s extension of the eviction moratorium, allowing states to end the moratorium,...

Alameda County’s Reinstated Mask Policy Amidst Rising Covid-19 Cases

Alameda County’s Reinstated Mask Policy Amidst Rising Covid-19 Cases

Maha Sanad, Social Media Editor July 28, 2021

Alameda County Superior Court, along with seven other Bay Area counties, reinstated the mask mandate on June 16 due to the recent uptick in Covid-19 cases. According to the US Center for Disease Control...

Esme and Anu Cairo pose for a photo at the top of the stairs into the museum.

The Oakland Museum Reopens with A New Look

Arlie Sarnicola, Staff Photographer July 7, 2021

OAKLAND, Calif. - The Oakland Museum of California (OMCA) reopened on June 18 after its pandemic-related closure on March 13, 2020. The reopening offered a first look at the $15 million renovations...

Bay Area Bookstores

Bay Area Bookstores

Maha Sanad June 30, 2021

13 Bay Area bookstores you need to visit By Maha Sanad, SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR With the rise of technology in the past couple of decades, online shopping has become the new norm. Not only do most people...

Back to the Bay: Advice for First-Time Renters

Back to the Bay: Advice for First-Time Renters

Sarah Rodriquez June 29, 2021

As a college student and first-time renter, the process of apartment searching is equally intimidating, exciting, and at times straight-up chaotic. Here are a few tips that could help. By Sarah Rodriquez,...

Oakland votes to reallocate $18 million in funds from Oakland Police Department to mental health services

Oakland votes to reallocate $18 million in funds from Oakland Police Department to mental health services

Scarlet Schwenk June 25, 2021

A new age of policing in Oakland, Calif. By Scarlet Schwenk, MANAGING EDITOR Oakland City Council voted to reallocate $18 million in funds from the Police Department to fund mental health services...

DJs playing music for festival-goers.

Juneteenth Celebration at Lake Merritt in Oakland, Calif.

Arlie Sarnicola June 22, 2021

Oakland celebrates the first federally recognized Juneteenth at Lake Merritt. Photo Essay By Arlie Sarnicola, STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER OAKLAND, Calif. - Any Oakland native knows Lake Merritt as a great...

Madeleines. A yummy french cookie that is super cakey on the inside and hard on the outside. Alegado decided to give a crack at this french baked good but with a Filipino twist. Instead of creating a classic butter, Madeleine incorporates “Calamansi” into her batter, a popular lime from the Philippines.

ARTE BAKERY for #STOPASIANHATE

Aliza Corporal, Contributor May 13, 2021

Union City, Calif. - ARTE Bakery is a home bakery in Union City, Calif. that sells puff pastries, macarons, and more with a Filipino twist. As Asian hate crimes continue to persist throughout the country,...

Not One More Girl Campaign: a grassroots BART initiative to prevent gender-based harassment

Not One More Girl Campaign: a grassroots BART initiative to prevent gender-based harassment

Scarlet Schwenk , Political Editor May 6, 2021

How a grassroots effort is changing the culture of safety in the Bay Area By Scarlet Schwenk, POLITICAL EDITOR Gender-based sexual harassment is the lived reality of many young girls and women when...

“Tiny Home Initiative” to launch in Santa Clara County as means to combat the housing crisis

“Tiny Home Initiative” to launch in Santa Clara County as means to combat the housing crisis

Jordan Colbert, Sports Editor April 30, 2021

  For many San Francisco Bay Area residents, luxuries such as warmth and shelter are taken for granted, but for many families nesting in the heart of Silicon Valley, it doesn’t come quite as...

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