California’s state flower and trees were the inspiration for the names of the chicks everybody — well, nearly everybody — loves to watch.
The four-story apartment complex on Walnut Street sits on land that might become part of a new 850-bed student housing project known as the Gateway.
The building would be part of a complex that could house as many as 1,200 students and 125 community members who need supportive housing. Cal is seeking public comment through April 27.
With three fluffy chicks now in the sky-high nest, the couple who manage the Cal Falcon social project answer questions about what to expect next.
Little is known about how many seemingly healthy people in the East Bay have COVID-19 — and how they’re unintentionally spreading it. These professors hope to change that.
Two chicks hatched Saturday and one on Sunday. The fourth egg broke and was unviable. Follow the action live on the webcams.
Critics say the university should postpone plans until the COVID-19 crisis is over. UC Berkeley officials say the law requires the school to proceed now.
Arthur Gill was on the faculty the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences at UC Berkeley from 1959 to 1991.
Annie and Grinnell are back nesting on top of UC Berkeley’s Campanile. Follow the action by webcam.
Since March 17 a volunteer team at Cal has worked day and night to mix hundreds of gallons of hand sanitizer and distribute it to local shelters, senior centers, hospices, health centers and jails.
The city is partnering with LifeLong Medical Care to reach people at risk. A new lab at UC Berkeley can process the tests in 24 hours.
His new book, “The System: Who Rigged It, How We Fix It,” explains how systemic changes over the last 40 years have reallocated power upward to a tiny portion of the population — the 1%.