“The same people standing in the pouring rain protesting the University’s unfair labor practices are part of the reason why students, including your particular math class, are able to be *obsessed* with (their) education.”
Mobile gaming company co-founded by Cal alums pay $18 million for 15 years to garner naming rights to Cal’s football field.
An app for that is only months away, says the head of the Berkeley Seismological Lab, and it could provide life-saving seconds of warning time.
As private industry underwrites more University research, iconoclastic researchers—those who cannot get corporate funding— are forced to get creative.
Some opt to “freecycle” food—outraged that millions of tons will otherwise waste away in landfills, generating greenhouse gases.
“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?”