The city of Berkeley took to the streets in response to the “No to Marxism in America 2” rally. Here are the sounds and sights of the day.
The Daily Californian’s night department takes on Berkeley’s daytime fashion.
From a pushcart to brick and mortar, Tammy Powers, founder of Tammy’s Chicken in Waffles, discusses the menu and making of her restaurant.
Jasmine Tatah grew up as an American of Algerian and Japanese descent. In her column “Mixed Feelings,” she discusses her experience navigating between two different cultural backgrounds.
As a Muslim American and first-generation Indian American, Quraishi explores questions of identity in her Wednesday column.
Having a part in the process that nudges the political compass that ultimately affects your life is a heavy weight to bear.
Love it or hate it (we at the Clog love it, just sayin’), Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” music video for the banger is a piece of art.
Not everyone has their life figured out at 10 years old, but I liked to think of myself as an exception. It was fifth grade, and I’d just learned a new word: “ethnobotany.”
Ever wondered where Robert Reich films his television interviews? We visited the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism to find out. Contact Kayla Kettman at [email protected]
Run by the Berkeley Arts + Design Initiative, “Made at Berkeley” is a campuswide showcase of student works, including visual art, dance, theatre, music, film, environmental design and more. The showcase brings together numerous departments that are individually presenting student projects, often senior theses, under a single banner. The Daily