After a summer of will-they-won't-they, UC Berkeley has said Ben Shapiro can speak at Zellerbach Hall on Sept. 14.
The new chancellor has inherited a university that is politically fragmented and financially distressed.
The demands of the Third World Liberation Front to create classes at Cal that incorporated the history of non-whites led to a ten-week strike and a strong police presence on campus
The attorney for Kiara Robles declined to state why the lawsuit was dropped, other than it was for "tactical reasons."
After first saying no venue was available to host Ben Shapiro when the College Republicans wanted, campus officials now say he can be accommodated.
It is the group's first event in the wake of the controversy surrounding plans to bring Ann Coulter to Cal.
A group of Trump supporters marched on Shattuck and Telegraph Avenues Saturday evening in the latest indication that the right has not forgotten about Berkeley.
An Oakland woman said UC and Berkeley officials allowed conservatives to be attacked on campus driven by their own progressive political agendas.
Campus police turned out in force Thursday in anticipation of violent protests. The next day students demonstrated against UCPD and an arrest they say was racially motivated.
In an alert sent out Friday, UCPD published photos of 21 individual protesters it believes are suspects, as well as four photos of groups of people.
The teacher who made headlines this week after going on Fox News to defend the role of violent protest in shutting down "racist, misogynistic and homophobic" messages is asking her supporters to push back.
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.
Jason Bircea, a graduating English major at UC Berkeley, reflects on the Feb. 1 protests prompted by the slated appearance of right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos at Cal.