Why you should be extremely proud of Cal’s library system (Daily Clog)
Berkeley’s fight for free speech fired up student movement (Northern Public Radio)
Cal Chancellor to engage artistic sensibility through talk series (Daily Cal)
While living in Berkeley in 1971, Hilary Clinton writes to organizer (Free Beacon)
Hackers gather for 36-hour hackathon at Memorial Stadium (Daily Cal)
Berkeley High finishes $39m campus renovation (Co Co Times)
5 sexual assault charges dismissed against former Tang Center director (Daily Cal)
Three UC Berkeley faculty to receive NIH innovator award (UCB)
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“We are the offensive linemen of the food world and not the celebrity chefs,” says Semifreddi's co-founder as the East Bay bakery marks its 30th anniversary.
The physics lab class at Berkeley High School started out this year with a big bang – a sudden burst of students. And then it collapsed, when the course was cancelled without a word.
While admiring the view at Inspiration Point in Tilden Park, have you ever wondered why the nearly path is named after a World War II commander, Chester Nimitz?
One of the most hotly contested seats in the Nov. 4 election is the race for Assembly District 15. Nancy Skinner, who has held the seat for six years, is termed out of office and is stepping down.
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