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Reporting from the city at the heart of many Black Lives Matter protests, UC Berkeley alumnus Andy Mannix spent days investigating and uncovering crucial information... [Read More]
Paola Bacchetta, a gender and women's studies professor, remembers what it was like to be the only out lesbian of color faculty on campus when... [Read More]
Is Finland a country? Like a real country? At Gamma Rho Lambda, these are the types of questions that are posed, debated and answered by... [Read More]
On Tuesday Berkeley's city manager recommended that the City Council spend $8 million to fund a nonpolice response model to mental health crises. [Read More]
Alameda County hosted a COVID-19 community update webinar Tuesday where health experts spoke on the details of California's recent economic reopening. [Read More]
The collection is very Gvasalia, who stepped down from his brand Vetements to focus on introducing contemporary culture and streetwear influence to Balenciaga. [Read More]
A few duds are scattered in the lineup, but most of these films have something more interesting to say about their world than half of... [Read More]
There are a lot of other elements we practice such as pitch, rhythm and movement. But the past five months of singing lessons affirmed that... [Read More]
Sleater-Kinney's Path of Wellness has an exciting beginning, but what a winding, tiring path it proves to be. [Read More]
Some bands stop while they're ahead, but King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard has defied all laws of record production to put out yet another... [Read More]
The University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, reached an impasse Tuesday with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, in the latest round... [Read More]
A team of researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory published a study May 4 using baker's yeast to evaluate the toxicity of lanthanides. [Read More]
Abbie VanSickle received news Friday that she and a team of reporters were the recipients of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting. [Read More]
As California relaxes regulations following its June 15 reopening, UC Berkeley announced a lift on restrictions on student organization gatherings Tuesday. [Read More]
In a paper published May 26, Jodi Halpern, professor of bioethics and medical humanities at UC Berkeley and UCSF, argued that artificial intelligence, or AI,... [Read More]
The average American purchases anywhere from 59 to 64 pieces of clothing and throws away 81 pounds of clothing per year, creating a never-ending cycle... [Read More]
After you hit the submit button, there are a few routine stages to go through during the application process while you wait to hear back... [Read More]
In March, Alexander opened a physical kitchen in People's Park and has been serving meals, snacks, coffee and more to the park's unhoused community since. [Read More]
As California begins to normalize June 15, the city of Berkeley lifted many COVID-19 restrictions Tuesday following state guidelines. ... [Read More]
Being in Berkeley this summer has me thinking about what I miss about the summer heat. But here's the catch — I don't really miss... [Read More]
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