Around 400 police officers were on hand April 27 to ensure violence did not break out at the rally to protest the cancellation of Ann Coulter’s speech.
There have been dozens of arrests after recent political clashes in Berkeley, but no charges have been filed yet.
After days of uncertainty, Ann Coulter pulled out of her plans to speak at UC Berkeley.
Coulter’s plans have swung wildly in the last 18 hours, but she now says she might not come because police cannot guarantee her personal safety
In the latest development, Ann Coulter says she’s sticking to the original date for her UC Berkeley talk and rejects Cal’s safety explanation.
UC Berkeley said it does not have a safe venue for Ann Coulter to speak in so they have cancelled her talk.
Debate is raging over whether those who caused chaos at the Milo Yiannopoulos protests were from the left or the right.
“Our campus has never experienced what it went through on Wednesday,” UCPD Police Chief Margo Bennett said Friday night.
After Wednesday’s violent protests, classes resumed at Cal. But it was not back to normal.
Protests against far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos started peacefully but turned violent when anarchists turned up.
Protesters forced the cancellation of far right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos’ planned talk at UC Berkeley’s MLK Student Union. After the cancellation, a group of so-called ‘black bloc’ demonstrators fought and vandalized property in downtown Berkeley.
Le Conte Elementary School could one day have a new name. Photo: Nancy Rubin Berkeley school officials are considering changing the name of Le Conte Elementary after community members raised concerns about its namesake, Joseph Le Conte, a deeply respected UC Berkeley faculty member and a passionate conservationist who helped found the Sierra Club. Le Conte was […]