Did you follow the news in Berkeley this week?
Retired architecture professor Nezar AlSayyad files lawsuit against the University of California regarding his suspension
Parquet Courts has a stripped-down integrity that doesn’t take itself too seriously. Yes, its performance was a concert, but at the same time, it was simply four guys who put in a lot of time and effort to make each song the best it could be.
BERKELEY, CA – More than 9,000 incoming freshmen entered one of the most prestigious colleges in the nation, University of California, Berkeley, earlier this fall. But reports show the size of the class of 2022 is quickly diminishing.
University News Editor Francesca Munsayac and City News Editor Jessíca Jiménez talk why you should join the Daily Californian this semester!
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.
Listen to some of these podcasts to help you stay updated during your everyday life. More importantly, these podcasts won’t depress you too much.
Last week, members of various faith-based social justice organizations met in support of the conservation of the West Berkeley Shellmound. Heres our coverage.
As the park’s future becomes increasingly uncertain, the community within reflects on its role in their lives.
Can BART live up to its mission?