Several hundred people gathered on Sproul Plaza on June 13 to stand in solidarity with the LGBT community and the victims of the mass shooting in Orlando.
Library workers and city residents spoke out against the library’s process for removing books from its collections and showed support for library employees.
Hillary Clinton’s experiences at liberal Berkeley fail to influence future involvement in political scene.
Students hit the voting booths at the Unit 1 residential hall June 7. Roughly 833,000 people are registered to vote in Alameda County.
The Underground Scholars Initiative, a group created in 2013 to help students who have been impacted by the criminal justice system, held its first graduate ceremony for formerly incarcerated students, their families and their friends.
UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks agreed to purchase novelist Alice Walker’s old home, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Walker’s home was listed for $2,650,000.
As Donald Trump leads the polls, Berkeley Republicans share their experience of what it’s like being Republican at one of the most liberal college campuses in the country.
On Tuesday, students and faculty attended a teach-in at Campbell Hall. At the session, lawyers explained the definition of harassment and discussed the legal process involved with filing a complaint.
Goodbye, burgers! Hello, salads! Last week, Sweetgreen, a chain restaurant that prepares salads with organic ingredients, opened its doors. Its location on the corner of Hearst and Shattuck avenues used to be Oscar’s, one of the oldest fast food restaurants in Berkeley. Contact Jenny Cain at [email protected] and Ashley-Grace Vo
The Butcher’s Son, a mom-and-pop shop run by the Fikaris family, makes cannoli and roast beef — without the meat. Customers would rather support the deli instead of the multimillion-dollar companies coming into town. Contact Jennifer Cain at [email protected]