Students created an original website to educate the public about a worsening problem that our world is facing today, Bee decline. Bees are needed to sustain our world's rapidly growing population. They help to produce 1/3 of the food we eat by pollinating our fruits and vegetables.
A blog that serves sexual assault victims in a number of ways. From interviews of sexual assault victims coming out to friends and/ or familia to the personal reflections of the authors, this will hopefully be a positive resources for sexual assault victims seeking a community of people with similar experiences.
A tri-fold exhibit discussing the relations between Tech Boom, Gentrification, and Population change in the Bay Area.
"Serving Justice" incorporates what students learned from their studies of the food system, factory farming, and the industrialization of food, and incorporates into a performance and visual arts piece in which festival participants may take a seat at the "Table of Justice" and appreciate the tablecloth adorned with animal, fruit, and vegetable typography created with Illustrator that reveal the cost of industrial farming and the benefits of organic farming along with sustainable meal from menus created with InDesign.
For this student, exploring identity meant investigating and embracing the progress that the current generation has made towards accepting people who are not the majority, based on their race, class, gender or sexuality. To further understand the philosophy and ideas of adolescents on the topic of gender, this student interviewed a number of classmates to gather their their diverse perspectives, values, and beliefs. The result of the interviews work and the message this student wants to share with the world is creatively captured in these portraits