Santana, a junior at Cal, talks about their relationship with music and its therapeutic aspects.
It feels odd to write my goodbye to Berkeley without having graduated yet. Next semester I will be braving the forces of an East Coast winter and moving to Washington, D.C. as part of the University of California, Washington Center internship program. My job search, much like other areas of
Luna and the Late Bloomas share some stripped down versions of songs from her album “Still Life.”
Watch an extended in-depth look into the production of the Theatre, Dance, and and Performance Studies department’s comedic play as we talk to the director, stage designer, and actors!
In episode four, Charlie and Jackson discuss the critically acclaimed comic book series Watchmen. Special guests include Michael Lando, a UC Berkeley student studying Philosophy, and fellow vigilante Rorschach (portrayed by Melissa Milligan).
Take a look as Sex on Tuesday Columnist, Rizza Estacio reacts to some of the mean comments on her articles!
Cal grad, Willis Kim, shares his experience working with a Berkeley startup that uses music to enhance your everyday videos on your mobile devices! Check out the project at https://www.soundsup.io/ and [email protected]
Smoke Jumper, a DJ duo made up of two UC Berkeley students, showcase their unique sound and improv beats!
Take a look as Chancellor Carol Christ encourages students to exercise their free speech by voting THIS TUESDAY during the Free Speech Movement Reunion Rally! Make sure you head to the polls TOMORROW!
In episode three, Charlie and Jackson discuss texts that criticize fascist and totalitarian regimes through the combination of science fiction and satire. The texts discussed are Lao She’s 1932 novel, “Cat Country” and Paul Verhoven’s 1997 film, “Starship Troopers.” Special guests include UC Berkeley student and TBD Comedy member Lena