On Wednesday March 20, the Black Student Union held a rally on Sproul Plaza to protest police brutality.
In the first episode of our new weekly podcast, Bear Pod, Meghan and Michelle interview Rachel, an admin of the UC Berkeley Memes For Edgy Teens Facebook page, and ASUC senator/UC Berkeley Memes For Edgy Teens Facebook page moderator Stephen about their experiences being such an integral part of Cal
In the first episode of the bi-weekly podcast, everything is over, Hanna and Emily dissect Berkeley’s stress culture.
In episode one, Justice delos Santos and Lucy Schaefer record the program’s very first episode on Cal baseball. Justice and Lucy summarize Cal’s season over the past month, discussing initial expectations versus current realities, the team’s youth and how the upcoming week might shake out.
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About 60 to 70 people gathered outside of Doe Library on Wednesday to show their support for UC librarians, who are being represented by the University Council-AFT, or UC-AFT, in their contract negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP.
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The UC Board of Regents will vote Wednesday to approve a proposal to increase nonresident tuition by 2.6 percent for the 2019-2020 academic year after recently deciding not to increase tuition for California residents.
In episode sixteen, Rory and Justice prove that they will record anywhere that has a microphone — even a 2007 Toyota Yaris. The duo talk Cal’s 64-59 win as they drive back to Berkeley from Palo Alto, discussing the Cardinal’s ice-cold shooting, Connor Vanover’s career-high 24 points and what Las
By utilizing this truly comprehensive curriculum, California high school and middle schools can give students at an early age the tools to reduce stigma and educate their peers about issues that often get intertwined with emotion and politics — East Bay school districts should be leaders in this.