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Lawyer and activist has been teaching law at Berkeley through the Free Speech Movement, the Vietnam draft and the Third World Liberation Front strike and... [Read More]
By Andrew Cohen Individually exceptional and collectively historic, three Berkeley Law graduates will serve as judicial clerks at the U.S. Supreme Court during the 2019-20... [Read More]
The Humans of New York street portrait series transformed how people view everyday New Yorkers. Teachers of Oakland founder Om Chitale, MBA 18, is hoping... [Read More]
Caleidoscope event highlights best of the Berkeley community... [Read More]
For Banned Books Week, we asked UC Berkeley faculty and staff members what their favorite contests works are. Here's what they said. [Read More]
UC Berkeley administrators sent a message to the campus about the arrest of an employee in a series of Northern California rapes... [Read More]
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What started as a way to win scholarships for college turned into life-changing win, followed by years of criticism and self-doubt... [Read More]
New research from the Urban Displacement Project at UC Berkeley and the California Housing Partnership confirm that rising housing costs have contributed to the displacement... [Read More]
This is a reminder that throughout the UC system, we have a shared responsibility of information security. This can mean everything from daily practices around... [Read More]
Do you find yourself looking at your phone when you're supposed to be paying attention to a friend? Our Happiness Guinea Pig, The Takeaway's Tanzina... [Read More]
By Andrew Cohen The first major study of California's Business Improvement Districts shows that they are increasingly targeting homeless people and excluding them from public... [Read More]
Last week, the Campanile's north-facing clock came to a halt. One of the motors had burned out. But because the clocks are so old, you... [Read More]
Vice chancellor for equity and inclusion speaks about his time at Berkeley, when he felt he couldn't bring his whole self to campus, and... [Read More]
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On May 15, 2018, the Berkeley Study Group held an international conference on "The Globalization of the #MeToo Movement".  Participants include law professors and attorneys... [Read More]
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A profile series to highlight the talented scholars of our visiting fellowship program.  ... [Read More]