UC Berkeley officials condemned the actions of agitators who invaded the campus and disrupted nearly 1,500 peaceful protesters on Feb. 1.
Protests against far-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos started peacefully but turned violent when anarchists turned up.
A peaceful protest against the far-right provocateur was marred by 'black-bloc' anarchists who engaged in violence and vandalism.
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.
People's Park could see some student housing under a proposed UC plan.
President Trump has promised to repeal DACA, which would threaten benefits for more than 700,000 young immigrants in the U.S.
Even though many people may find Milo Yiannopoulos's political views abhorrent, protesting him is counterproductive.
People who attended a Women's March at UC Berkeley turned a prank into a meaningful protest.
There is a proposal to add a neon 'Skydeck' sign at the top of 2150 Shattuck Ave. Not everyone is happy about the idea.
No one expected Meg Schwarzman to survive.
UC Berkeley held a vigil Thursday at noon to honor the memory of five people with university ties who lost their lives in Oakland’s Ghost Ship fire last week.
A female UC Berkeley student managed to fend off a stranger who tried to rape her as she walked home from the downtown Berkeley BART station, authorities report.
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