Tap into your alumni community virtually. Live and on-demand programs range from career webinars and lectures with top Cal professors to social events and family-friendly entertainment.
Who Are We Now?
This young alumni series on identity features current and former student athletes, including Jordan Veasy ’18 and Camryn Rogers ’22.
Becoming a Berkeley Changemaker™
UC Berkeley's new curriculum for students and alumni focuses on creating and sustaining change.
Eclipse-Chasing with Professor Filippenko
Professor Filippenko weighs in on his favorite trip, blue-footed boobies, and more.
Taste Sicily with Professor Saragoza
Beloved Professor Emeritus Saragoza gives a taste of on Sicily’s mouthwatering culinary traditions.
Scottish Isles and Norwegian Fjords
Learn about the balmoral hat and other bits of rich Viking and Celtic history from Colonel Fred Rutledge.
Career and Professional Development
Pandemic Job-Searching Strategies
Alumni expertise for young graduates searching for jobs in uncertain times.
Berkeley Career Network
Connect with fellow alums in your industry, or help a student learn about your career path.
Fun for the Family
Lair Saturday Night Show Archive
Lair family campers know the week still starts on Saturday night.
Lair rainbow tie-dye tutorial
Follow this easy DIY rainbow tie-dye tutorial from Lair of the Golden Bear staffer Caro.
Light Reading from California Magazine
California Magazine Seeks Remote Editorial Interns for Fall 2022
California magazine is seeking part-time remote interns to work on our award-winning quarterly print publication and general interest website starting in late May 2022. Are you enthusiastic about getting coffee?! Running errands?! Doing senseless busy work for no pay that won’t help your career in the future?! That’s great! But do it on your own […]
When Cal professor and labor economist David Card got the early-morning phone call from Sweden last October informing him that he’d won the 2021 Nobel Prize in economics, he thought it was a buddy back home in Ontario pulling his leg. “My old friend, Tim, who lives in Guelph, I thought it was one of his practical jokes,” Card told the Canadian news media.