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Over 3000 people visited Ellis’ house on Halloween night, a record-breaking number of trick-or-treaters.

A Frightfest on Fulton

Joslene Lafontant , Senior Editor — The Knight Online
Last updated November 5, 2022
The Bring Change to Mind Club created bracelets with positive affirmations to remind students of their worthiness. Photo by Isabelle Schmidt ‘23

Bringing Gentle Help to Mental Health

Ashley Roche , Senior Editor- The Knight Magazine
Last updated October 31, 2022
A woman is dressed in Hispanic attire at Carnaval in San Francisco, California in Honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

The Art of Heritage

Benjamin Padilla , Writer
Last updated October 31, 2022
Compared to the publicity of the LA mayoral race, ballot measures may seem inconsequential in comparison. However, each proposition can have drastic effects on the state of California. Young voters should be prepared to answer these prompts with confidence.

First-Time Voters are Biting the Ballot

Joslene Lafontant , Knight Online - Senior Editor
Last updated October 31, 2022
A wide variety of rap snacks have gained traction these past few months.

The Snack that Can Rap

Chase Fields
Last updated October 31, 2022
Weightlifting can help people accomplish some incredible feats, like effortlessly clearing a 12 foot bar in pole vault. With the right attitude, the gym is a great place to build self esteem and strength.

Weighing in the Balance

Joslene Lafontant , Senior Editor — The Knight Online
Last updated October 28, 2022
Caruso and Bass greeting each other after their Debate on September 21.

The Race for L.A. Mayor

Julia Melville ‘25
Last updated October 28, 2022
UC Berkeley has long struggled with the housing crisis and has attempted fixing it by building more housing spaces. (Photo by Flickr)

Housing Horrors

Ashley Roche , The Knight Magazine — Senior Editor
Last updated October 28, 2022
As seen in the chart above, there has been a major drop in color over the past 2 decades. The lines on the graph almost look as if color is literally disappearing by being sucked in by some type of black hole.

LOOK UP; COLOR IS DOWN!

Gizelle Medina , The Knight Magazine – Senior Editor
Last updated September 29, 2022
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