Two unions representing grad student workers and academic student employees are still in negotiations.
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.