Ross Schultz and Dixie Lewis were driving toward Truckee on Tuesday.
UC Berkeley will receive 85% of the auction price, while 15% will go to Foundation, an Ethereum platform. But the NFT will keep on giving: Cal will receive 10% of the proceeds of any subsequent sale of the NFT.
Students and teachers reflect on progress in local schools on the anniversary of George Floyd’s death.
During the fall semester, middle and high school student grades improved overall, but there were also more Ds and Fs.
Desiree Solis and Suhera Nuru, both seniors at Berkeley High, made a video asking the vice president to speak at their graduation next month.
Health professionals and Berkeley Unified counselors are bracing for a new wave of students needing mental health care when full-time, in-person school returns in the fall.
A letter has been sent to the district by a Southern California law firm that’s represented parent groups across the state in lawsuits over reopening.
Over 150 families showed up at Civic Center Park Thursday. By 3:30 p.m., the clinic had distributed 114 doses and had nearly run out of vaccines for the day.
Twice as many Asians and Asian Americans in Berkeley have reported physical attacks during the pandemic, according to preliminary results of a new survey.
The city said the unauthorized course would be removed, but demolition has been postponed at Councilmember Susan Wengraf’s request.
Students consulted with historians to replicate in the Minecraft video game what UC Berkeley’s campus looked like during the Victorian era.
The district has allocated $3 million of $16 million in COVID relief money. The money is going toward individual schools, technology replacement, special education assessments and more.