As strike hits one week, UC workers have gained support from city leaders and labor unions.
UC Berkeley instructors, researchers and post-docs are among the 48,000 academic workers across the University of California system on the picket line.
Riley, 73, was a groundbreaking researcher in molecular epidemiology and a champion for “decolonizing global health.”
Dean of UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design from 1976 to 1988, Bender’s real monument is the Berkeley campus itself.
A new student-led course is examining UC Berkeley’s colonial past in the Philippines using archival photos and artifacts.
Through CollegeCorps, 98 UC Berkeley students are getting $10,000 to volunteer with a local organization this year.
Carolyn Bertozzi, who shared the 2022 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, conducted her seminal work into bioorthogonal reactions while a professor at UC Berkeley. She also served as director of a Berkeley Lab nanoscience facility.
Lieberman, 69, died in a tragic hiking accident in Lassen National Park on Sept. 10.
Taking a look at just a few of the unexpected, unique, and otherwise intriguing materials in the library’s collections.
Maegan Manasse, member of a title-winning Cal tennis squad, returns Monday for the Berkeley Tennis Club Women’s $60K Challenge.
Two men in their 20s were robbed at gunpoint early Sunday morning, Berkeley police said. One of the victims dropped his backpack and the pair ran away.
A UC Berkeley senior now owes just $138. A Ph.D. student is less scared to graduate. A wood craftsman says his $50,000-plus debt doesn’t feel any smaller.