Right-wing studies scholar Dr. Lawrence Rosenthal tells us what’s missing from the debate over the most effective tool of political persuasion.
Journalists covering the protests against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline have faced myriad challenges. Documentary filmmaker and UC Berkeley J-School alum Sara Lafleur-Vetter reveals what it’s been like for her to document Standing Rock.
UC Berkeley criminologist Franklin Zimring argues that reducing police violence depends on not only studying violence against civilians but also civilian threats to police.
UC Berkeley’s startup ecosystem is a sprawling web of resources that includes an array of graduate and undergraduate classes, accelerators, incubators, competitions, mentoring, and funding mechanisms that are nearly imposssible to keep track of.
Jon Else’s book, True South, arrives at a moment when his groundbreaking documentary work on the civil rights movement feels more relevant than ever, both as bottom-up history and a daunting journalistic feat.
A Cal associate professor of business and a former Cal Ballroom team coach show us their moves.
Presidential transitions are sometimes awkward, to say the least.
Encryption is for everyone—just look at American history.
Milo Yiannopoulos may have intended to out undocumented students at UC Berkeley. Does that change the debate about his cancelled talk?
Rolling back the Affordable Care Act will cost more than just healthcare.