#MeToo Meets BCC

By Liz Zarka
The #MeToo movement is an international campaign, but its effects are felt locally at Berkeley City College. Learn how the movement is forcing campuses to re-evaluate their reporting process. Continue reading #MeToo Meets BCC


Ideas for Sale

By Minhal Motiwala

Many students are unaware of the definition of academic dishonesty at Berkeley City College. Whether or not selling class notes should fall under this category is a gray area. The BCC Voice explores this issue further and explains why it should be taken more seriously at Berkeley City College and colleges everywhere. Continue reading Ideas for Sale

Which Birth Control is Right for You?

By Noa Meister
The BCC Voice explores preferences in the world of birth control. Condoms, implants and pills each come with pros and cons not always discussed in casual conversation. Combining online poll information, personal experience and expert knowledge, The BCC Voice hopes to make your birth control decisions a little easier and a little more informed. Continue reading Which Birth Control is Right for You?

Education is for Everyone

By Derek Chartrand Wallace
EOPS, or Extended Opportunities Programs and Services, is dedicated to ensuring that the disadvantaged have every opportunity to become students, and that students have every opportunity and advantage. EOPS Coordinator Ramona Butler delves in to the dynamics and abilities of Berkeley City College’s support network. Continue reading Education is for Everyone