Tag: UC Berkeley
Voters could get the chance to repeal parts of Prop. 209, restore some preferences in college admissions.
Berkeley City Council approved a redistricting map that includes the first ever student majority council district.
Weekend concerts feature newly installed Noack organ — and some very loud chords.
UC Berkeley, fresh off a terrible season on the gridiron, makes deal to rename its field ‘Kabam.’
Early evidence of her political acumen at UC bodes well for her future in politics in the Golden State.
Cal’s new chancellor talks about challenges facing UC’s elite campus, including soaring costs for students.
Obama names Haas School of Business professor after his first choice for key economic post bows out.
Bay Area researchers among a trio who discovered the machinery cells use to transport key molecules.
by Charla Bear California congressional representatives are joining students in the nation’s capital today to try to stop a student loan interest rate hike. If Congress doesn’t act by July 1, rates on federally subsidized Stafford loans will double. While fewer California students borrow money for school than the national average, many do take out […]