Strong’s 2 TD Passes Lead Nevada Past CalCarson Strong threw for 312 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Nevada Wolf Pack to a 22-17 victory over the Golden Bears on Saturday night in the season opener for both teams.
SRA Scholar Uses Camera to Help Photo Subjects Heal from TraumaMost of us have heard the old adage that a picture tells the story of a thousand words. Paulo Orozco would agree, because he uses his camera as a tool to tell the stories of others in need.
UC Berkeley Study Finds Ways to Avoid Wildfire ParticulatesCalifornia residents can cut the particulate matter in their homes in half during wildfire season by closing windows, using air filtration systems and cooking less, a University of California at Berkeley study found.
Pac-12 Stands Pat, Does Not Plan To Expand Beyond 12 SchoolsThe Pac-12 said Thursday it will stand pat with its membership and not look to expand the 12-team conference.
EPA Grants Nearly $3M To Bay Area Institutions For Wildfire Smoke ResearchThree Bay Area research projects will share nearly $3 million in federal grants to study how people can reduce their exposure to toxic wildfire smoke, according to an announcement Wednesday from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Judge Orders UC Berkeley To Freeze Campus Enrollment An Alameda County Superior Court judge has ordered UC-Berkeley to freeze campus enrollment at the 2020-21 level in a dispute with neighbors over its plans to expand.
Lawrence Berkeley Lab Heads Effort To Collect Water Data In U.S. WestThe multimillion-dollar effort led by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory launches next week.
3 Suspects Sought In Weekend Attempted Robbery Near UC Berkeley CampusThree people are being sought in an attempted robbery of two women south of the UC Berkeley campus over the weekend.
Cal Football Preview: Golden Bears Hope Full Offseason Helps QB Chase Garbers ShineAfter a pandemic-shortened 2020 season, the California Golden Bears are excited to show off what they hope will be a much more dynamic offense.
City Of Berkeley Reaches $82.6M Settlement With UC Over Campus ExpansionThe Berkeley City Council approved an $82.6 million settlement with the University of California that drops lawsuits challenging long term development projects the campus is pursuing.
New State Budget To Put Squeeze On UC-Berkeley Out Of State AdmissionsUCLA, UC Berkeley and UC San Diego would lower their share of out-of-state and international students and the UC system would add 6,230 more local students next year under a new state budget plan.
Bay Area Reopens: Memorial Stadium In Berkeley To Be At Full Capacity For Upcoming Cal Football SeasonAfter playing a shortened 2020 season without fans in attendance, the Cal football team will play home games at a full-capacity Memorial Stadium.
University of California Lecturers Unanimously Authorize Potential StrikeLecturers at the University of California have unanimously authorized a potential strike, more than a year after their contract expired.
COVID Schools: UC Berkeley To Start In-Person Fall 2021 Classes On Time; Urge Students To Get VaccinatedThe University of California at Berkeley announced that in-person classes for the Fall 2021 semester will start on time, urging students, staff and faculty to be fully vaccinated before then.
COVID: UC Berkeley / Oxford Study Finds Higher Risk To Pregnant Women Than Previously KnownResearchers at University of Oxford and University of California at Berkeley have found a significantly higher risk of severe complications than previously known for pregnant women with COVID-19 and for their newborns.