A decade ago, financial woes put the University’s legacy baseball team on the chopping block.
A conversation with Berkeley's first tenured Asian woman
The inaugural winner of our student essay contest waxes poetic on wisteria and how the pandemic has changed her life.
"After so many agonizing months, I finally found myself at a place where I had the freedom to refuse."
“When you think of what we’re doing––we’re throwing a metal ball on a wire with a handle. We know it’s a weird sport.”
The iconic young adult novelist passed away at age 104.
“Kroeber’s actions weren’t malicious, but they were flawed. Unnaming acknowledges that there was harm done.”
Dr. Laura Moreno is on a quest to understand—and combat—our worst food wasting behaviors.
A writer explores what happens to art when our muses become mechanical, when inspiration is not divine but digital.
Two experts weigh in on the debate around new, international vaccine requirements.
Genetic engineering gets the green light to treat the disease.
The rules and winners of our new undergraduate column contest