UC Berkeley students share what they are most thankful for this season. Contact us [email protected]
We asked Berkeley students their favorite place to study at UC Berkeley. Do you have the same study place? Filmed by Jemma Kwak and Jenny Jiang Edited by Jenny Jiang Contact: [email protected]
On Oct. 8, people gathered at Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park to celebrate the 24th anniversary of Berkeley’s Indigenous Peoples Day in honor of American Indian’s past suffering and their cultural resurgence. Since 1992, Berkeley has replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day where local community members can
The Mid-Autumn Festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Han calendar. ASUC Senators Xiao Li and Annie Tran hosted the Mid-Autumn Festival Celebration on Sproul Plaza to bring Asian traditions onto the Berkeley campus. Video by Jenny Jiang
If you were at the recent Kehlani concert at UC Berkeley and were wondering about the rapper who opened for her, we’ve got you covered. Here is everything you need to know about up-and-coming Bay Area rapper, Caleborate, in a nutshell.
The Berkeley Kite Festival is an annual free family festival on the west coast. Every year during the last weekend of July, people gather around Berkeley Marina to appreciate the beauty of kites by watching giant kites as big as houses and by participating in free kite making and free candy drops
The first-ever Fat Positive Summer Festival took place early July at the Berkeley Public Library. UC Berkeley alumna Virgie Tovar, who organized the festival, is one of the nation’s leading experts in fat discrimination and body image. The festival included a group of writers and artists for an evening of
Pokémon Go is an app that blends the real and digital worlds, tasking players to find Pokémon in their neighborhoods. The game is taking over the Berkeley campus, so we interviewed a few people about their experiences playing Pokémon Go.
What does movement mean to you? We take an exclusive inside scoop on UC Berkeley’s dance club: Cal Ballroom, and invite you to listen to their dance stories. Contact Jenny Jiang at [email protected]
The UC Summer Symphony performed pieces by Mussorgsky, Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich for its concert at Hertz Hall. The symphony is a fully student-run ensemble composed of members from UC Berkeley, the Oakland and San Francisco Youth Orchestras, Cal State East Bay and San Francisco Conservatory. Filmed and edited by Jenny