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.
Although the city had braced itself for violent clashes based on previous experience, April 27 was relatively peaceful. A few moments captured on camera proved popular.
Despite worries about violence at Berkeley protests, hundreds of pro-Trump supporters rallied peacefully at Civic Center Park and the campus remained calm.
The city, the university and Berkeley High are prepared for rioting today. Berkeleyside reporters are out and about. Check our updates on Twitter — @berkeleyside.
Berkeley High plans to hold classes as usual, despite a possible rally planned for next-door Civil Center Park Thursday, but will take precautions to keep students safe.
The city is advising community members to separate themselves from violence at any rallies that may happen Thursday, and report crimes they see.
After days of uncertainty, Ann Coulter pulled out of her plans to speak at UC Berkeley.
Coulter's plans have swung wildly in the last 18 hours, but she now says she might not come because police cannot guarantee her personal safety
A legal battle will determine if UC Berkeley must let controversial speakers like Ann Coulter on campus regardless of security concerns. Milo Yiannopolous and others vow to return.
Berkeley leaders, police, the community, anti-fascist activists and UC Berkeley need to engage in urgent deliberations about how to respond to the violence in our city.
A selection of photographs from Cal Day, an Undergraduate Workers Union protest and the Berkeley March for Science which all took place this weekend.
In the latest development, Ann Coulter says she's sticking to the original date for her UC Berkeley talk and rejects Cal's safety explanation.
UC Berkeley said it does not have a safe venue for Ann Coulter to speak in so they have cancelled her talk.