Election 2012

November 6, 2012 in Berkeley began with voters hitting the polls as early as 7am. Throughout the day, Berkeley residents and students stopped by their local polling places to cast their votes and have their say in national and local issues. While results slowly started rolling in around 6pm, at
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Chancellor Tien: Photo Gallery and Interviews

Chang-Lin Tien was charming, and his family and friends remember his energy and warmth fondly. Listen to stories about Tien recalled by those close to him. Phyllis Tien: Tien’s older daughter, who is now an associate professor at UCSF John Chen: CEO of software company Sybase, who worked with Tien
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Berkeley Student Cooperative: Oxford Hall Reunion

Homecoming had special meaning for some alumni who had not seen their former student cooperative since it shut down 35 years ago. The reunion was for students who lived at Oxford Hall, a student-run cooperative that opened in 1933 and closed in 1977. The building is now the site of
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Experimental Brain Hacking at UC Berkeley

Researcher Mario Frank at UC Berkeley is experimenting with a new device to read brain waves. Reporter Sara Grossman for the Daily Californian was able to test out this new device in the laboratory.

Gary Taubes explains the Nutrition Science Initiative

Health journalist Gary Taubes discusses the Nutrition Science Initiative (NuSI), which he co-founded with Peter Attia, M.D. Taubes says some of the research on nutrition is ambiguous, and that NuSI will determine what is still an open question and help organize new experiments.