BMUN 64: Berkeley Model United Nations 64th Session
“Delegates, there is the Caspian Sea, the Mediterranean Sea, but what we really need, is consistent-SEA.”
At the 64th Session of Berkeley Model United Nations, delegates worked hard to argue their positions, collaborate with others, and pass resolutions. BMUN is a great way to explore the campus and meet new people as well as raise one’s awareness to global issues.
Compassion Can Begin With Just A Small, Simple Step
Nestled in the corner of Mazzoni Street was the temporary winter homeless shelter that housed residents through the harsh winter cold. Students of DVGS were allowed the opportunity to cook and serve a healthy vegetarian meal to these individuals.
World Religion Exploration in Ukiah
World Religions Class: Ukiah United Methodist Church
For the first installment of this three-part series, the 11th and 12th graders journeyed into Ukiah on Sunday morning, February 14th, to attend ten o’clock Mass. Right away they were greeted with smiling faces welcoming them into the Ukiah United Methodist Church. There, they sang hymns and listened to a sermon. Some students actively connected the similarities between Buddhism and Christianity while others simply enjoyed the event as an experience of its own. Either way, the event was filled with joy and warmth from the open community at the church.