Fall 2015 Questions of Race

Questions of Race

Features

Black Cop, White Cop

Can the story of two Berkeley police officers from nearly a century ago tell us anything about race relations in America today?
By Glen Martin
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Coloring in the Lines

How Racially Diverse Should Elite Universities Be?
By Alina Tugend
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Can’t We All Get Along?

What do recent examples of racial tensions on and around campus tell us about ourselves?
By Krissy Eliot
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Lab + Field

 

Seeing Others

Is Racial Prejudice Innate or Learned?
By Chelsea Leu
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Who Is Kennewick Man?

A New Study Determines the Racial Identity of an 8,500-Year-Old Skeleton.
By Natalie Stevenson
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Brewing Trouble

A New Process Could Make it Too Easy to Manufacture Opiates.
By Natalie Stevenson
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A Smoking Gun

The Asteroid that Killed the Dinosaurs May Have Had Help.
By Chelsea Leu
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Arts + Letters

Totally Radical

A New Initiative from Cal Performances Aims to Gather New Audiences.
By Naheed Attari
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The Play

‘Bout That Action

How Marshawn Lynch Threw the Sports Media for a Loop.
By Coby McDonald
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Sather Gate

Opium Dreamland

Steve Wozniak

Talking Drugs and Punk-Rock with Sam Quinones
By Wendy Miller
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Out of the Gate

Laughing Through Tears

By Seth Freeman
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Perspectives

Share Your Own Insight

Have a perspective on race that we somehow failed to include? Share it with us now.
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