Jazz Powerhouses Bring Tandem Tour To Berkeley's Greek TheatreTwo of the leading lights of modern jazz world bring their co-headlining tour to Berkeley Friday when piano legend Herbie Hancock and rising saxophonist giant Kamasai Washington play the Greek Theatre.
Bay Area Architects Show Humanity Of U.S.-Mexico Border With See-Saw PlaygroundFor one day over the weekend, a team of Bay Area architects turned a portion of the U.S.-Mexico border wall into a small playground called The Teeter Totter Wall.
UC Berkeley Booted From U.S. News & World Best College List After Misreporting DonationsThe University of California at Berkeley lost its ranking on one of the nation's most renowned college ranking lists.
UC Berkeley Police Say Mountain Lion Spotted On Popular Hiking Trail Near CampusA mountain lion was sighted last week in Berkeley on a popular hiking trail, University of California at Berkeley police said Tuesday.
UC Berkeley Scientists Developing Mobile Earthquake ShakeAlert AppSeismologists at University of California at Berkeley are developing a mobile ShakeAlert app to notify Bay Area residents when an earthquake has begun.
Peter Selz, Founding Director of Berkeley Art Museum Pacific Film Archive Dies at 100Peter Selz, the founding director of the UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive from 1965 through 1973, died Saturday morning in Berkeley. He was 100.
Hayward Scholar Overcomes Childhood Struggles To Become 1st In Family To Attend CollegeOn a recent school day, Briseida Ayala and her classmates mulled over an age-old question many consider to be the central issue of psychology: the debate of nature verses nurture. It's was a classroom discussion that hit close to home for the UC Berkeley-bound high school senior.
Aaron Rodgers Makes 7-Figure Donation To Cal Football ProgramUniversity of California at Berkeley announced Tuesday that former Cal quarterback Aaron Rodgers has made a seven-figure donation to the school’s football program.
Berkeley Researchers: CRISPR Gene-Edited Babies May Be At Increased Risk Of Early DeathA double mutation of the CCR5 gene, which a Chinese scientist intentionally edited into human embryos last year, is also associated with a 21% increased risk of dying early, a new study showed.
UC Berkeley Student Accused In 2 Brutal Sexual AssaultsPolice in the East Bay on Thursday announced the arrest of a UC Berkeley student who was active in the university's fraternity system in connection with two violent sexual assaults, according to authorities.
Dispute Over UC Berkeley Redevelopment Centers On Compensation To CityThe University of California, Berkeley is asking its Board of Regents for approval to demolish a parking garage to build new classrooms and housing for students and faculty. But the development plans have set off a legal battle with the city.
UC Berkeley Police Seek Man Who Photographed People In RestroomThe University of California Police Department is still searching for a man who photographed people in a campus restroom in March.
UC Berkeley Student Pushed To Ground, Kicked By Masked Men Stealing LaptopsFour masked suspects stole two University of California at Berkeley students’ laptops and pushed one, a 21-year-old woman, to the ground and kicked her as she attempted to recover her property earlier this week, according to Berkeley police.
Man Sentenced To 8 Years For Raping Intoxicated Woman In BerkeleyA 25-year-old man was sentenced Friday to eight years in state prison for raping a college-age woman who was unconscious from drinking alcohol, in an apartment near the University of California at Berkeley campus two years ago.
Wet Winter Could Lead To More Earthquakes, UC Berkeley Researchers ClaimThe snow is finally starting to melt after a long wet winter, and according to researchers, that could mean more earthquakes.