News from the University of California, Berkeley
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The senior center/forward heads into NCAA playoffs this weekend having loved her time at Berkeley and with the WNBA lurking in her future.
Eu, who died at 95 in 2017, was the first Asian American in the country to serve in a state legislature
Literary classics meet fruit, fondant for Edible Books Festival in Moffitt Library
VC Stephen Sutton speaks about student experience at Wednesday's Campus Conversation
Nearly 100 people gathered late Tuesday on UC Berkeley’s Sproul Plaza to declare: “Hate will not win.”
Berkeley Talks: Alumnus Jimmy López on composing ‘Dreamers’ oratorio inspired by Berkeley undocumented students
Composer Jimmy López, who earned his Ph.D. in music from UC Berkeley in 2012, speaks about Dreamers," an oratorio he was commissioned by Cal Performances to write that is informed by interviews held with undocumented students at UC Berkeley.
Cal graduates passionate about making a difference answer the call to serve
UC Berkeley professor Lawrence Rosenthal suspects New Zealand shooter was hoping that he would be the leader of a global uprising.
On March 8, UCPD officers responded to a report of an individual who was visibly in possession of a Taser near Sather Gate
I’m a Berkeleyan: Alumna Brittany Murlas on her children’s book club focused on diversity, gender equality
"My goal is that Little Feminist not only sheds light on the inequities of children’s media, but also disrupts it."
Top campus leader answers questions during Campus Conversation
Al Balushi's research concerns the creation of novel synthesis and integration schemes for emerging electronic and photonic low-dimensional materials.
Wang's research interests include theoretical polymer and soft materials.
'Mouthpiece' by Quote Unquote Collective will be performed for the last time at Cal Performances in the Zellerbach Playhouse on March 22-24
Michael Pollan talks about his new book, How to Change Your Mind, with Dacher Keltner, psychology professor and founder of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley.
'These unconscionable crimes mark a terrible moment in our global history,' Christ says
Robert Alter's translation of the Old Testament has been honored with the American Academy of Arts and Letters Awards in Literature
Developmental psychologist Alison Gopnik gives talk on the pluses of youthful exploration
The founder of Teach For America and Teach For All is excited about the possibilities that the current graduates will bring to the wider world, and she is excited about the chance to speak at UC Berkeley's commencement in May.
Opsins restore light sensitivity to blind retina, leading to potential treatment within three years