The bunker-like building on Bancroft Way that has sat empty for four years, ever since BAMPFA left for shiny new digs downtown, may one day be a life sciences hub.
The project, in its early stages, includes an academic building for the Goldman School of Public Policy and housing for students and faculty.
The history of integration at Berkeley schools was in the spotlight this week after a right-wing website accused Kamala Harris of lying and Berkeleyside jumped into the fray.
A UC Berkeley graduate works to ensure the basic needs of college students — including affordable housing and food access— are met.
New state data show the water was found to contain more than 40 times the legal amount of lead, but no students appear to have been exposed to it.
Berkeley Unified is among districts embracing "career technical education," despite uncertain funding and a stigma they want to erase.
Berkeleyside's visual storytelling intern, Hao Guo, went to check out the Berkeley action at the SF Pride 2018 Parade.
The organization's final day at Berkeley High is June 30.
Part II of our special report on Berkeley's special-education system examines why there are stark racial disparities in the program, and why some feel left out of it.
In a special two-part series, Berkeleyside takes a deep dive into BUSD's special-ed program, as the district evaluates its own model and prepares for departmental changes.