daily californian logo

BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!

Dhoha Bareche

GA Reporter

Page 1 of 3

Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, heard concerns about the use of a surveillance drone and the dismissal of civilians’ complaints at its regular meeting on Tuesday.
featured article
Berkeley’s Police Accountability Board, or PAB, heard concerns about the use of a surveillance drone and the dismissal of civilians’ complaints at its regular meeting on Tuesday.
featured article
After 98 years of being on air, Bay Area radio station station KGO 810 shut down Thursday.
featured article
After 98 years of being on air, Bay Area radio station station KGO 810 shut down Thursday.
featured article
The UC system announced the launch of the UC Dual Admission pilot program Sept. 16, introducing a new transfer pathway for California high school students beginning next spring.
featured article
The UC system announced the launch of the UC Dual Admission pilot program Sept. 16, introducing a new transfer pathway for California high school students beginning next spring.
featured article
32 years after the passage of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, or NAGPRA, UC Berkeley has repatriated 1,000 of approximately 10,000 Indigenous remains.
featured article
32 years after the passage of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, or NAGPRA, UC Berkeley has repatriated 1,000 of approximately 10,000 Indigenous remains.
featured article
The California Senate passed AB 2632, or the California Mandela Act on Solitary Confinement, Tuesday. If signed by Gov. Newsom, the bill would limit the use of solitary confinement in the state.
featured article
The California Senate passed AB 2632, or the California Mandela Act on Solitary Confinement, Tuesday. If signed by Gov. Newsom, the bill would limit the use of solitary confinement in the state.
featured article
To meet their students' needs and fund books and special projects, BUSD teachers have resorted to crowdfunding to obtain classroom resources.
featured article
To meet their students' needs and fund books and special projects, BUSD teachers have resorted to crowdfunding to obtain classroom resources.
featured article
UC Berkeley researchers found that high doses of nicotine activate a newly-discovered aversive dopamine network, making people feel worse the more they consume the drug.
featured article
UC Berkeley researchers found that high doses of nicotine activate a newly-discovered aversive dopamine network, making people feel worse the more they consume the drug.
featured article
Academic workers in the department of plant and microbial biology protested against alleged bullying in the department July 28 and hand-delivered a letter to David Ackerly, dean of the Rausser College of Natural Resources, demanding immediate action.
featured article
Academic workers in the department of plant and microbial biology protested against alleged bullying in the department July 28 and hand-delivered a letter to David Ackerly, dean of the Rausser College of Natural Resources, demanding immediate action.
featured article
Researchers at UC Berkeley, the Gladstone Institutes and Innovative Genomics Institute discovered that the antibodies generated against SARS-CoV-2 and its variants are less effective against omicron.
featured article
Researchers at UC Berkeley, the Gladstone Institutes and Innovative Genomics Institute discovered that the antibodies generated against SARS-CoV-2 and its variants are less effective against omicron.
featured article
The Instructional Resilience and Enhancement Fee, or IREF, proposed by UC Berkeley administration to fund instructional technology was decreased from an annual cost of $264 to $212 following negotiations with the ASUC, the Graduate Assembly and the Committee on Student Fees.
featured article
The Instructional Resilience and Enhancement Fee, or IREF, proposed by UC Berkeley administration to fund instructional technology was decreased from an annual cost of $264 to $212 following negotiations with the ASUC, the Graduate Assembly and the Committee on Student Fees.
featured article