Eight homes in the area of The Spiral at Middlefield Road have been evacuated and red-tagged. Other mudslides closed roads on the Clark Kerr Campus and in the Claremont Hills.
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Preservationists are hoping the listing might persuade UC Berkeley to build housing elsewhere but Cal says it won’t.
Reparation Generation will make $25,000 “reparative transfers” to help people in Detroit buy homes.
For much of Cal’s history, providing housing for students was not a priority. Troubled finances in the last few decades have hobbled Cal’s efforts to catch up.
University of California President Michael Drake will live and entertain in the $6.5 million Julia Morgan-designed home in the Claremont neighborhood.
Police responded to reports of a man shot in the leg at 2:51 p.m. Saturday. The victim’s wound is not believed to be life-threatening.
If Berkeley proceeds, it will be one of the few municipalities to directly grapple with the country’s legacy of enslavement.
Legislators introduced a bill, which may become law as soon as next week, to invalidate a judge’s ruling capping enrollment at 2020-21 levels.
By offering remote learning and a delayed enrollment option, Cal won’t need to cut freshmen and transfer admission.
Since not all admitted students enroll, Cal will now have to tell 5,000 high school seniors there’s no place for them at Berkeley in the fall.
The City Council voted Friday morning to file a legal brief opposing a court ruling that would cap UC Berkeley student enrollment.