A sesquicentennial timeline of Cal’s female pioneers
From Joan Didion to Jenny Odell, peruse our annotated bookshelf.
As women sewed masks and tended to soldiers, they were also sowing seeds of a larger shift.
From first-gen student to California’s first Black educator, Ida Jackson tells her remarkable story.
Videographer Steve Hyde ventured into the hills to check out Berkeley’s legendary Indian Rock.
From Joan Didion to Jenny Odell, peruse our annotated bookshelf.
From Jennifer Rubin to Michelle Goldberg, meet some of Berkeley's most opinionated writers.
English Professor Grace Lavery talks Pride, social justice, and trans studies.
But the architect who designed leisure spaces for women appeared to have none of her own.
When the law school denied tenure to Eleanor Swift, she took matters into her own hands.
John Swartzberg is training the next generation of infectious disease specliaists.
From first-gen student to California’s first Black educator, Ida Jackson tells her remarkable story.