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Trans and Gender-Fluid Teens Left with Few Safe Harbors

 By Yasmin Anwar, UC Berkeley NewsTransgender and gender-fluid teens face up to three times more mental and physical abuse at school and at home...

‘We Have a Space!’ – Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center...

By Sandra Messick, UC Berkeley NewsThe standing-room-only crowd was blessed by Corrina Gould, a member of the indigenous Chochenyo and Kerkin Ohlone, and Auntie...

New Black History Exhibition “The Gift to Sing” at Bancroft Library

Three days before the opening of the first African-American Museum of History in Washington, D.C., a dedicated group of academics, students, friends and family...

Summer Myth-Busters Tackle UC Berkeley Tall Tales

By Gretchen Kell, UC Berkeley News Is a dog named Igor buried on campus? Does the Bancroft Library contain a book bound in human skin?...

Black Students Win Funding for Fannie Lou Hamer Resource Center at...

After over 15 months of organizing, mobilizing, and negotiations, the Black Student Union at UC Berkeley--in assistance with the African Black Coalition--, has reached...

Harry Le Grande, UC Berkeley Vice Chancellor For Student Affairs, to...

After 35 years of service to UC Berkeley, Harry Le Grande is retiring his position as vice chancellor of student affairs on Dec. 31. LeGrande...

UC Berkley Community Commemorates “Take Back the Night”

By Anne Brice, UC Berkeley News About 100 students, staff, faculty and community members gathered for this year’s Take Back the Night at UC Berkeley....

Institute of Physics awards Newton Medal to Eli Yablonovitch

By Sarah Yang, UC Berkeley   The United Kingdom’s Institute of Physics has awarded its prestigious Isaac Newton Medal and Prize to Eli Yablonovitch, a professor...

UC Berkeley Black Students Press Demands on Chancellor

Black student activists at UC Berkeley, looking back on the school year that just ended, are saying they have accomplished many things, but have...

As “Artificial Intelligence” Advances, Robots Learn Via Trial and Error

By Sarah Yang, UC Berkeley News   UC Berkeley researchers have developed algorithms that enable robots to learn motor tasks through trial and error using a...
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