People on the right side of the political spectrum are furious at the Berkeley school teacher's contention that it was okay to shut down Milo Yiannopoulos' slated talk.
On Valentine's Day, young students in Berkeley greeted those arriving for classes with the message that all students were welcome at their schools.
According to the school's principal, a suspect was detained and all the students were safe.
Many students are frustrated at the pace BUSD responds to sexual harassment claims but a newly hired Title IX coordinator might help.
BPD's chief outlines the department's response — which some saw as a lack of action — to the "Feb. 1 riot."
"Our campus has never experienced what it went through on Wednesday," UCPD Police Chief Margo Bennett said Friday night.
After Wednesday's violent protests, classes resumed at Cal. But it was not back to normal.
Following Wednesday night's demonstrations in Berkeley, sparked by a campus visit by conservative provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos, the Berkeley Police Department reported no arrests, two to three injuries, and damage to about 15 businesses.
Protests against far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos started peacefully but turned violent when anarchists turned up.
UC Berkeley posted this statement at 7:25 p.m. It appears in full.
Protesters forced the cancellation of far right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos' planned talk at UC Berkeley's MLK Student Union. After the cancellation, a group of so-called 'black bloc' demonstrators fought and vandalized property in downtown Berkeley.
President Trump has promised to repeal DACA, which would threaten benefits for more than 700,000 young immigrants in the U.S.
Berkeley police officers are looking into an assault Friday morning with links to multiple locations around the city.