Butterflies of Berkeley

Entomologist Pete Oboyski lists the rare, unique and indigenous butterflies you may find on campus this summer, and gives an inside look into the Essig Museum of Entomology that is typically closed to the public.

No, your childhood is not ruined

Doors of Perception

If I could somehow insert a heavy sigh here, I would, because it amazes me how intolerant we still are — it is 2019 and we can’t seem to accept a Black Ariel without it being controversial.
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Illustration of person holding complaint in front of maze titled OPHD

Campus Title IX investigations continue to be opaque, discouraging

CAMPUS ISSUES: UC Berkeley must provide students with clear timelines, better-structured resources

With the lengthy and tumultuous Searle case finally coming to a close, there is an example of what the timeline for SVSH cases looks like and what disciplinary action comes out of them. But this case makes it strikingly apparent that OPHD processes are flawed
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