Glenn Seaborg was born too late to have spawned Cal’s spirit cry. It’s coincidence, surely, that his name is an anagram for “Go Bears!” And, although he was definitely a Bears fan and was Chancellor when Cal last made it to the Rose Bowl in 1959, he was never in Oski’s league as a campus celebrity. While others led rallies, he had to settle for spearheading decades of trailblazing nuclear science, endowing UC Berkeley with bragging rights to the discovery of a record 16 new elements.
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Living for the City
The remote locations of tech company campuses have provided certain benefits for employees and a creepy setting for every techpocalypse novel and film EVER, but they also have their drawbacks, as a recent UC Berkeley study concludes.
Posted on April 20, 2017 - 4:31pm
For three centuries, the largest bell in the world has stood silent in Moscow, unable to be rung. But this weekend—thanks to 21st-century computer wizardry—crowds visiting the Cal campus will be among the first to hear it.
Posted on April 14, 2016 - 12:48pm