As access to consumer video equipment has increased, so has the opportunity for citizen journalists and bystanders to capture violations they witness.
The dream of a University of California education has been a historical driver of the upward economic mobility of California's young people. With the passage of Proposition 30, Governor Brown on Nov. 14 said the UC must think anew about how it does business.
This week, 40,000 people will gather at Greenbuild 2012 in San Francisco to celebrate the green building movement. And we've got a lot to cheer about.
According to UC President Mark Yudof, imminent cuts mean a system-wide $2,400 fee hike, more hiring freezes, more layoffs, and even deeper cuts to academic budgets. In layman's terms, the system's tragic and quickening death continues. But why save the UC system?
"You can never get bitten in the ass when you ride the wave of technology" -- Koci Richard is one of those professionals I admire. With over 163,000 ...
Students from these schools were far from shy about showing their pride in support of the LGBT community on campus. In one of our favorite list names...
The occupiers demand UC Berkeley halt plans for further sale and private development of what was once the site of its renowned International Center for Biological Control.
It's a real problem for the country. We're producing lots of college graduates but too few in the fields that keep the United States on the cutting edge of invention, innovation and thought leadership.
By: Sayre Quevedo For more than thirty years, it's been Barry Krisberg's priority to fight for reforms in California's state juvenile correction...
Since 9/11, the homeland security state has come to campus just as it has come to America's towns and cities, its places of work and its houses of worship, its public space and its cyberspace.
An upcoming three-day political huddle, dubbed "Occupy the Truth: Whistleblowers Conference," piqued my interest. Think of it as an advocate/activist/info-gathering fest.
The road to U.C. Berkeley was not an easy one for Moreno Valley's Jamal Samuel. Unbeknownst to most of his fellow students and teachers, Jamal spent his junior and senior year of high school at a homeless shelter.
Last week, when the Berkeley Jewish Student Union voted to bar J Street's student organization from membership, the message it sent was regrettably clear: The choice is up to you -- you can be welcomed as a Jew, or you can speak your mind on Israel.
In my years as a curator of contemporary art, the question I have most frequently been asked is how I make the choices I make, how and why I select the artists that I do.
By: Robyn Gee Photo Credit: Denise Tejada/Turnstyle News UC Berkeley students hold a rally at Sproul Plaza days after police confront student demonst...