Study shows dramatic increase in economic segregation, as San Francisco area tech entrepreneur rants “There is an area of town for degenerates and an area of town for the working class. There is nothing positive gained from having them so close to us.”
John Cummins: “I interviewed about 70 people: chancellors, former chancellors, athletic directors, faculty athletic reps, donors, some coaches. Nobody thinks this current system is working. It is, in some sense, out of control.”
Why experts insist we need a better flood-control solution than California’s decaying concrete channels—“They don’t stop floods so much as move them.”
Mobile gaming company co-founded by Cal alums pays $18 million for 15 years to garner naming rights to Cal’s football field.
Less than a nation of connoisseurs, we’ve become a nation of snobs. And drinking pricey wine is a form of “self-image” therapy.
“If I suggested that jellyfish could crash the world’s fisheries, out-compete the tuna and swordfish, and starve the whales to extinction, would you believe me?”