A former inmate opens up about solitary confinement and the lifeline his pen pal, a UC Berkeley undergrad, provided.
Making the leap from Cal basketball to the dream team of the NBA, Theo Robertson goes behind-the-scenes of the NBA’s juggernaut team.
Walk on the UC Berkeley campus and you’re likely to hear the strains of Rhumba Ray’s trumpet. Strike up a conversation, and you can listen to the rhythms of life behind his music.
The chosen few at Berkeley’s Mathematical Sciences Research Institute may be the Olympic “dream team” of math experts—but they want the rest of us to love numbers as much as they do.
Author Viet Thanh Nguyen talks about dual life, “mind-blowing” Berkeley, and the harrowing movie scene he could never shake.
Walk on the UC Berkeley campus and you’re likely to hear the strains of Rhumba Ray’s trumpet. Strike up a conversation, and you can listen to the rhythms of life behind his music.
In a crazy, dark way, you are the last person to have contact with war's victims. What better way to honor their sacrifice?
With millions upon millions of gallons of water lost to leaky pipes and decaying infrastructure, some argue that we desperately need this high-tech solutionto meticulously measure how much water is being wasted—and then stop it.
What a long-ago skirmish has to say about love of country.
New study out of Haas School of Business finds that people perceive physically strong men as suited for leadership.