Top 5 Reasons to Visit the Lair in the Non-Summer MonthsBy Heather Johnson
Fall, winter, or spring, Cal alums and friends can stay at the Lair of the Golden Bear at any time of the year to explore nearby nature and enjoy the Lair’s different offerings.
Bears in Business: Jason Mikami ’92, MBA
...technical degree to advance my career, so I went back and got an electrical engineering and computer science (EECS) degree from Cal. Coming out of that, I have been part...
Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales: Developing a Philosophy, Building a MovementBy Heather Johnson
Advocate, professor, and non-profit co-founder, Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales ’93, Ph.D., has devoted her career to Ethnic Studies as a path to wellness, liberation, and belonging.
New Alumni Mentorship Program Increases Support for Underserved Students at UC Berkeley
First-generation, low-income, underrepresented, and underserved* UC Berkeley undergraduate students will be given an opportunity to build social capital by being paired with alumni who share similar identities.
Words of Wisdom for Incoming Golden BearsBy Josephine Thornton
This past summer, we asked Cal alumni around the world to share their Berkeley college advice for the incoming students. Whether you’re a first-year, transfer, or non-traditional student, welcome to the Cal community!
From the Executive Director
Campus is alive again.
The Difference Community Makes
Leslie Cruz-Cabrera ’22 is an Achievement Award Program (TAAP) Scholar in UC Berkeley’s Class of 2022. Below is an excerpt from their speech delivered at this spring’s TAAP Senior Brunch.
7 Things to Know about Camping at the LairBy Heather Johnson
If you’re ready to take a break from your hectic day-to-day life and breathe in some cool mountain air, you’ll find everything you need at the Lair—a Cal alumni destination since 1949.
8 Ways to Keep Your Connection to Cal GoldenBy Amanda Chiu
How will you stay connected to UC Berkeley after graduation?
When You Drink Water, Remember the Source
One student pays it forward in his continued fight for social justice.
Against the Odds
Eric Esparza is an Achievement Award Program (TAAP) Scholar in UC Berkeley’s Class of 2022. Below are his reflections on his journey to UC Berkeley.
10 Berkeley AAPI Books that You Must ReadBy Amanda Chiu
A wide variety of Asian American Pacific Islander authors have emerged from UC Berkeley. The result: memoirs, comic books, novels, and more that reflect different facets of Asian identity and...