The university’s new long-range plan includes building 12,000 housing units for a projected larger population.
Cases are also higher in areas with lower socioeconomic advantages, which has been seen throughout Alameda County.
On Feb. 22 the Cal J-School presents, “Photographer Dorothea Lange and the Berkeley Connection: 40 Years of Lange Fellowship Winners.”
There have been over 200 COVID-19 cases in the last week alone.
They include the once bustling scene on Telegraph Avenue, a sign in a pool hall, Totland, Berkeley Iceland, Lake Anza and, of course, the Codornices slide.
FBI records show how the federal agency tried to undermine the Black Panthers, Malcom X and Martin Luther King, Jr.
The number represents 25% of COVID-19 cases at the campus since its first reported case in April 2020.
They include the now-closed pier, the UC Berkeley eucalyptus grove and the tunnel between Codornices Park and the Rose Garden.
With echoes of People’s Park’s legacy of resistance, protesters reacted Friday to UC Berkeley taking the first steps towards developing the land for student housing.
Alfred Louis Kroeber, the founder of the study of anthropology in the American West, is a powerful symbol that continues to evoke exclusion and erasure for Native Americans.
Cal said it will offer $54,000 or more to the occupants of 1921 Walnut St. to leave so it can build a 760-bed student housing project there.
Cal plans to construct housing for 1,200 students on one of Berkeley’s most historic sites.