A page from a UC Berkeley yearbook. / Blue & Gold Yearbook
Blast from the Past: Celebrating Cal’s Graduating Classes of 2012, 2002, and 1992
Take a moment to look back on the milestones and events that impacted some of these graduating classes of the last 30 years.
Dr. Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales ’93 at a Pin@y Educational Partnerships fundraising event. / Courtesy of Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales
Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales: Developing a Philosophy, Building a MovementBy Heather Johnson
Advocate, professor, and non-profit co-founder, Allyson Tintiangco-Cubales ’93, Ph.D., has devoted her career to Ethnic Studies as a path to wellness, liberation, and belonging.
Norman Yoshio Mineta ’53 / Photo by Regis Lefebure
Mr. Mineta goes to WashingtonBy Karlyn Barker
Norman Yoshio Mineta ’53 was a distinguished American politician and the 2001 Cal Alumni Association’s Alumnus of the Year. Mineta passed away on May 3, 2022. In his honor, CAA shares this article from the 2001 issue of California magazine.
At the beginning of the 19th century, the Philippine-American War was billed as a “friendly colonialism,” said UC Riverside professor Dylan Rodríguez, Ph.D '01. This image depicting the Battle of Balangiga, in which thousands of Filipinx civilians were killed by American troops, shows a different narrative. / Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons https://bit.ly/3m7VP5U
The Afterlife of the American Empire
The Cal Pilipinx community challenges the 'friendly colonialism' narrative.