A Jewish museum shifts identity [NYT]
Berkeley High girls fall to city rival St Mary [Chronicle]
Occupy Cal library protest ends [UC Berkeley]
DJ Dave on how he “sold out” a long time ago [NYT]
Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life reopens [Chronicle]
Cal frat boy wows “American Idol” judges [Coco Times]
Two new Cal buildings show design challenge [Chronicle]
Andy Warhol’s Polaroids at UC Berkeley Art Museum [HuffPo]
Recent strong arm and armed robberies near campus [UC Police]
By Lance Knobel and Frances Dinkelspiel
Michael Layefsky’s passion for aerial photography was born one day in 1997 when he was taking one of his customary walks on the UC Berkeley campus and he came across “this guy flying a humongous kite on the big lawn in front of the library”.
The Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has selected Richmond as the site for its second campus. The Lab annnounced the news this morning on its website, saying the University of California-owned Richmond Field Station site “presents the best opportunity to solve the Lab’s pressing space problems while allowing for long term growth and maintaining the 80-year tradition of close cooperation with the UC Berkeley Campus.”
By Emily S. Mendel
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