Wing was looking for a way to bring technology to young people.
The media has moved on from Trump’s infrastructure plan, but Berkeley experts are still thinking about possible remedies to our infrastructure woes.

The New York Times recently published its first augmented reality feature story.

“Way Bay is a love letter to the Bay Area.”
Stories from CALIFORNIA’s Winter 2017 Power Issue will appear online on Monday, and you won’t want to miss them.
Georgina Kleege, who is legally blind, helped formulate a haptic (related to the sense of touch) encounter, which is believed to be the first of its kind.
Opinions on campus are split on whether the administration’s absolutist stance on free speech meshes with its educational values.
Mike Lovas, a former engineer and the current board chair of the Daily Cal, is a man of many interests.
Krissy Eliot went to Eureka!, a monthly science and comedy show, to learn about the technology.
We ask the experts if Trump’s actions could change the essential nature of American polity.
UC Berkeley professor Bob Bea discusses the fate of Oroville Dam.
A conversation with Harvard political scientist and co-author of the much-lauded new book “How Democracies Die.”