For this year’s graduation, Berkeley’s Minecraft campus has a Victorian twist.
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U.S. Representatives Linda Sánchez and Colin Allred recount the harrowing events of Jan. 6.
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Undergrad Carly Tran takes us into the life of a student, reflecting on a year of endless Zoom calls and surprising joys.
The modernist verse of poet and 2020 MacArthur Fellow Fred Moten is like jazz on the page.
A selection of speakers and cultural events that campus has played host to over the years
Postdoctoral scholar Leslie Root says the pandemic has put significant burdens on parents—and caused others to reconsider whether they want kids at all.
Students trained in Berkeley’s Alt: Meat Lab are serving up meat substitutes and more.
Architect Deanna Van Buren is leading the charge to build towards prison abolition.
Despite early preventative measures, the Nation Nation has suffered one of the highest COVID infection rates in the country. Volunteers are trying to fix that.
Black activist Anthony Williams toes the line between online organizing and doomscrolling.