An archeological team has been excavating at the site since 1958. Now led by a Cal alum, they continue to unearth clues about Croesus’s empire.
During drought, there is alarm over dead trees and the flammability of parched forests. After wet winters, warnings are issued about the growth of grass and brush that will become tinder later. So what should we be worrying about?
Imago Theater is finally bringing its dazzling new production to Cal Performances at Zellerbach Hall in Berkeley this November.
If it’s not financially reasonable to host a speaker, does the university still have to do it?
Students and faculty of the UC Berkeley Department of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies construct an elaborate scene—including a 2,000 gallon pool—for Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses.
Cheng’s trio of color projections, which depict the evolution of different civilizations, are “video games that play themselves.”
With appearances (likely longer than Milo’s) by Lauren Southern, Dan Mogulof, the Berkeley Patriot, and others.
The UC Berkeley graduates are among the 120,000 Japanese Americans who were incarcerated in internment camps during World War II.
Meat alternatives that taste like meat, satisfy like meat, and have similar price points have yet to be developed. So UC Berkeley Challenge Lab students are taking up the project.
The U.S. is one of the few liberal democracies that doesn’t outlaw hate speech. Scholars reexamine this American tradition in the age of Trump.
Cal alum Barry Barish won a Nobel Prize this week for his groundbreaking detection of gravitational waves. So, what are they, how were they found, and what’s the big deal? Prof. Alex Filippenko provides some answers.