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Deportation Worries Fuel Anxiety, Poor Sleep, Among U.S.-born Latinx Youth

The rise of anti-immigration rhetoric and policies in the United States following the 2016 presidential election may be taking its toll on the health...

Berkeley Talks: Berkeley Artist Mildred Howard on the Impact of Gentrification...

On Wednesday, June 19, the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) celebrated Juneteenth — a national commemoration of the end of...

Paula Fass Comes Out of Retirement to Become The Magnes’ New...

When the powers that be came to Paula Fass to ask her to take over as the faculty director at UC Berkeley’s The Magnes...

Helping Berkeley’s Athletes Prepare for Life After Graduation

Cal Athletics has announced a new effort to prepare student-athletes for success after graduation with a three-pillar program of personal development. The new program, called...

Cal Alumni Association Visits Paris Just Before Notre Dame Fire

Explored the impact of African Americans on the Parisian cultural scene Participants in the Cal Discoveries Travel sponsored “Paris Noir,” an exploration of the indelible...

Visiting Sacramento, Grad Students Put a Human Face on Research

As UC Berkeley graduate students Nancy Freitas and Jake Duncan made their way recently toward the vaunted halls of the California State Capitol in...

For Malika Imhotep, Devotion to Black Feminist Study Is a Life...

For Ph.D. candidate Malika Imhotep, devotion to black studies is a life practice. She grew up in West Atlanta, rooted in a community that she...

Everybody, Everybody, Everybody Wants to be a Bear

More than 80,000 apply to be UC Berkeley freshmen Year after year, for more than a decade, applications for admission to UC Berkeley’s freshman class...

Why Losing Sleep is One of the Worst Things You Can...

When we’re in pain, we have a hard time sleeping. But how does poor sleep affect pain? For the first time, UC Berkeley scientists...

Award-Winning Berkeley Refugee Photographer Documents Rural Life

When photojournalist Wesaam Al-Badry, a first-year student at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, went to rural North Dakota to photograph a Native American...
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