Fifty-seven monarchs were counted overwintering at Gill Tract Farm last year. A group of farmers pushed back to get protective measures added to UC Berkeley’s development plans, and won.
Even though the city of Berkeley has reached a settlement, others are fighting the university in court.
Voting in closed session and then not reporting it is a violation of California’s open meeting laws, the groups contend.
Admissions data for fall 2021 show an increase over last year in admission offers to African American, Chicanx/Latinx and Native American students.
UC Berkeley will now pay the city more than $4 million a year for its use of city services.
The ruling comes as the city and Berkeley are nearing an agreement on issues surrounding payments, housing, and enrollment.
The Helen Diller Family Foundation is paying for the complex, but building it may require evicting people from a rent-controlled building.
A final determination has not been made in the case: the Internal Affairs Bureau has not completed its report and the police chief has yet to weigh in.
Graduates will have the chance to walk across the stage at the Greek Theatre Aug. 29.
Gabriel Jordan is also facing separate rape charges from a 2019 attack in Oakland.
UC Berkeley students Danielle Egan and Saumya Goyal launched Connect-In-Place and were overwhelmed by the response they received.
A new art installation at the former landfill explores the region’s hidden history.