Lyrics by Joshua Adams, Berkshire Student My truest thoughts a remedy, the melody of life a spectrum of strife, I rifle through the memories imminent in my demise, realize the fire that flares in my eyes.
By Josh Adams, Berkshire Center student The sunlight was glowing through the windows as I dropped my toys back into my dark forest green box that I had received one year ago on my third birthday. The room was silent, and I felt as if I was the only living being in the world. My lonel
By Benjamin McMullan, Berkshire Center Alumni I am a ’00 graduate of the Berkshire Center in Lee, Massachusetts. Following graduation, I went on to fulfill a lifetime goal of graduating from the University of Mississippi, by earning a B.A. in Parks and Recreation Management. My emphas
A Poem by Adria Nassim, Bloomington Student Adria works with the preschool program at the local YMCA assisting children ages two to five with various types of disabilities, primarily low functioning autism. Devon is one of these children who just happens to have a very fine taste in m
By Jonathan Jacobson, Brevard Center Sophomore I was on a plane. This was not a normal plane. It was a plane that would transport me into a new dimension of thought, time and experience. I remember the times before this plane ride, the times I had in Hoboken. I was an extremely unhap
By Jim Walsh, Student Advisor, The Bloomington Center As an advisor, I try to set a good standard for my advisees. I keep my desk organized (just don’t look in my top left drawer), am socially tactful (nevermind that I came to teach reframing class today with dry toothpaste at the co
How newly-discovered “adepts” may change the world By Nicholas Hagan, Berkeley Center freshman Any history textbook will tell you about the engineering marvels of Ancient Egypt, Rome and Greece. You probably know of the highly advanced philosophical and mathematical achiev
Jamie Oates, an alumni of The Berkshire Center in Lee, MA, is in the process of creating a social network community for young people with learning differences. Jamie made some great friends while at school, but after she left she began to realize that it was more difficult to meet new