News from the University of California, Berkeley
Updated: 5 hours 16 min ago
Short answer: Keep calm, take care
Forty-five families received turkeys, vegetables and $40 gift certificates in the fifth annual C.U.B.S. Thanksgiving Turkey Drive, put on by UCPD, University Village management and Cal Dining.
In sports, music and other activities, our movement is calculated in two different parts of the brain
New analysis identifies high-priority areas for preservation of the state's unique flora
With the Air Quality Index still at unhealthy levels, the campus has decided to cancel classes Monday and Tuesday. Classes will resume after Thanksgiving break.
A team of astronomers at UC Berkeley and elsewhere located a star that exploded in 2017, tying giant blue stars to a unique type of supernova
Buglers played taps, and Chancellor Carol Christ spoke, along with three other speakers who are in active service or are veterans, one a student and two who are faculty
Cal Athletics announced that the Cal-Stanford classic, originally scheduled for tomorrow, will be held Dec. 1
Scientists obtain clearer picture of key machinery that transcribes DNA, thanks to cryo-electron microscopy
Chancellor Carol Christ sent a message to the campus late Thursday as the Air Quality Index surpassed 200
David French represents the right and Erwin Chemerinsky the left, but they showed how to do it without any acrimony
Google's Earth Engine allows unique images of fire burning through Paradise, and clues to fires origin
MRI study reveals that repeated blows to the head cause microscopic changes in young players’ brains
Chancellor Carol Christ sent this message late Wednesday to the UC Berkeley community: Dear Students, Staff and Faculty, I am writing to provide an update about air quality on the Berkeley campus in response to
'Our job here is to inspire alumni, friends and parents to give back to us,' chief fundraiser says
And what's it all mean for 2020?
His main area of research is empirical macroeconomics with a focus on characterizing the effects that monetary and fiscal policy has on the economy
Her research focuses on monetary and fiscal policy, business cycles and macroeconomic measurement
Elisabeth Earley's family home, barn and orchard were destroyed when the Camp Fire roared through Butte County — her family escaped
Melissa Stoner has made a name for herself helping make Berkeley's Ethnic Studies Library relevant