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.
Students and other members of the UC Berkeley community rallied alongside campus service workers against lay-offs.
The Berkeley/East Bay Gray Panthers held a forum between mayoral candidates at the North Berkeley Senior Center.
Gary Johnson–former governor of New Mexico and current libertarian presidential candidate–spoke at a noontime rally on the steps in front of Sproul Hall to a crowd of about 150 to 200 people after talking personally with a handful of supporters for an hour. He is currently on a nationwide tour
Mark A. Peterson, the district attorney from Contra Costa County and Jeanne Woodford from Death Penalty Focus and former Warden of San Quentin State Prison debate the death penalty in Political Science 179, a seminar at UC Berkeley.
Members of the Jewish community held a protest in Downtown Berkeley on Monday September 17th called Occupy Rosh Hashana. The protest marked the one year anniversary of Occupy Berkeley and was held on the Jewish new year.
Watch a video of the Solano Stroll in Berkeley on Sunday, September 9, 2012.
On Sunday, August 26, the world came together on Telegraph Avenue for a day of crafts, indie bands, and fun. It was free and for all ages. Watch a video of the festive day.
Students moved in to the new Maximino Martinez Commons on Saturday, August 18, 2012.
Berkeley High School’s student newspaper, The Berkeley High Jacket, will face severe reductions beginning in the fall semester, including fewer staff members and print issues. Because the faculty advisor of the newspaper took on an increased course load, the amount of students who can participate in the journalism class responsible