daily californian logo

BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 25, 2023

Year! Review! Read our 2022 Year in Retrospect Issue!

Anna Armstrong

Anna Armstrong is the university news editor for Spring 2023. She was a deputy news editor for Fall 2022. She joined the news department in Fall 2021. Anna has served as the lead schools and communities reporter and a research ideas reporter. Contact her at [email protected] or on Twitter at @annavarmstrongg.

Page 1 of 5

2022 proved to be an eventful year for Berkeley’s historic People’s Park. In April, community members gathered to celebrate the 52nd anniversary of the park. In August, during an overnight operation, the University of California fenced off the park for the construction of a student housing site. Within hours, protesters halted construction, and the fight over People’s Park wages on.
featured article
2022 proved to be an eventful year for Berkeley’s historic People’s Park. In April, community members gathered to celebrate the 52nd anniversary of the park. In August, during an overnight operation, the University of California fenced off the park for the construction of a student housing site. Within hours, protesters halted construction, and the fight over People’s Park wages on.
featured article
UCPD officers were notified of a possible deceased person inside a tent at People's Park on Tuesday at 12:08pm, according to UCPD Sergeant Jacob Westlie. Upon arrival, officers found the body of an unidentified man inside of a tent at the park and confirmed he was dead. 
featured article
UCPD officers were notified of a possible deceased person inside a tent at People's Park on Tuesday at 12:08pm, according to UCPD Sergeant Jacob Westlie. Upon arrival, officers found the body of an unidentified man inside of a tent at the park and confirmed he was dead. 
featured article
After six weeks of striking, academic employees represented by United Auto Workers, or UAW, 2865 and SRU-UAW voted to ratify the tentative agreements with the University of California on Friday — bringing an end to the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history. 
featured article
After six weeks of striking, academic employees represented by United Auto Workers, or UAW, 2865 and SRU-UAW voted to ratify the tentative agreements with the University of California on Friday — bringing an end to the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history. 
featured article
Multiple arrests were made following the disruption of the UC Board of Regents meeting by striking academic workers earlier this morning. This week marks the fifth week of the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history.
featured article
Multiple arrests were made following the disruption of the UC Board of Regents meeting by striking academic workers earlier this morning. This week marks the fifth week of the largest academic workers strike in U.S. history.
featured article
UC Berkeley will still hold final exams — albeit modified — and will not default to P/NP grading amid the ongoing UAW academic workers strike.
featured article
UC Berkeley will still hold final exams — albeit modified — and will not default to P/NP grading amid the ongoing UAW academic workers strike.
featured article
UCPD responded to reports of an aggravated assault at the People's Park Housing Construction site at approximately 7:15 p.m. Wednesday night, according to a UCPD WarnMe alert. 
featured article
UCPD responded to reports of an aggravated assault at the People's Park Housing Construction site at approximately 7:15 p.m. Wednesday night, according to a UCPD WarnMe alert. 
featured article
UCPD responded to an aggravated assault that occurred near Hearst Avenue and Gayley Road at approximately 9:06 p.m. Sunday night, according to a UCPD WarnMe alert. 
featured article
UCPD responded to an aggravated assault that occurred near Hearst Avenue and Gayley Road at approximately 9:06 p.m. Sunday night, according to a UCPD WarnMe alert. 
featured article
Berkeley Law has recently ramped up security in the wake of “Berkeley Bans Jews” billboard trucks that have driven by campus to protest the decision of nine student groups — of which there are more than 100 — to ban Zionist speakers.
featured article
Berkeley Law has recently ramped up security in the wake of “Berkeley Bans Jews” billboard trucks that have driven by campus to protest the decision of nine student groups — of which there are more than 100 — to ban Zionist speakers.
featured article
Three suspects were arrested and charged in connection to an early morning Southside shooting on Oct. 8 that left one dead and three injured, according to a Nixle alert from the Berkeley Police Department.
featured article
Three suspects were arrested and charged in connection to an early morning Southside shooting on Oct. 8 that left one dead and three injured, according to a Nixle alert from the Berkeley Police Department.
featured article
On Sept. 23, UCPD received a report of an alleged sexual battery in Wheeler Hall that occurred last year.
featured article
On Sept. 23, UCPD received a report of an alleged sexual battery in Wheeler Hall that occurred last year.
featured article