What does a hacker look like?

UC Berkeley’s EECS program has the lowest proportion of female graduates of any degree on campus. The department has a strategy to close the gap — but how far can these programs go?
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2016 summer poke go ouch

A Pokemon Go story

Earl Grey, who is definitely not fake and is totally a real person we didn’t just make up in order to singularly represent us as a student body, was just another UC Berkeley student going about his days. He was taking Computer Science 61A for the summer and all was
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Scare tactics and webcasts

CAMPUS ISSUES: A university with a top-tier computer science department should not scare or underserve interested students.

This generation of college students faces a set of challenges that is unique to our time, ranging from cultivating an ideal social media presence to padding our resume with enough unpaid internships. On one hand, we are told that we need skills such as programming and an intimate knowledge of
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How big is UC Berkeley’s biggest class?

This fall, CS61A has more enrolled students than any other undergraduate course at UC Berkeley, with a roster of a whopping 1098 people. The Daily Clog investigates what this entails. Kai Ridenoure produced this video. Sources: Students enrolled, CS 61 class statistics, Berkeley’s undergraduate class numbers, Biology 1A, Nutritional Science
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