Once gone, the saline groundwater and salt flushes in the San Joaquin Valley cannot be replenished.
Drought, Climate change, but solutions abound.
Our Alumni Columnist on Alumni Goings-on.
Videographer Steve Hyde ventured into the hills to check out Berkeley’s legendary Indian Rock.
How one local haunt survived to celebrate Yuletides present and future
A conversation with the Berkeley psychology professor who created the standard means for gauging the alienation and ennui engendered by the dreary business of making a living.
Covering 4,000 miles of irrigation canals with solar panels could help solve the state’s water crisis.
Lawrence Rosenthal of the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies talks fascism, nationalism, and Trumpism.
Rachel Johnson-Farias has made reproductive justice her life’s work. Now she’s fighting harder than ever.
From first-gen student to California’s first certified Black educator, Ida Jackson tells her remarkable story.