Berkeley Police Searching For Suspect Who Attacked Cal StudentBerkeley Police announced Friday they were searching for a suspect in a reportedly random aggravated assault that occurred two days before.
Animal Rights Activists Stage ‘Blood Spill’ At UC Berkeley Over Contract With Tyson FoodsProtesting the school’s contract with Tyson Foods, student animal rights activists spilled "blood" on the steps of Sproul Hall at the University of California at Berkeley on Wednesday over criticism that the company is cruel to animals.
UPDATE: University Of California Regents Approve Multiyear Plan To Raise Tuition; First Increase Since 2017University of California regents on Thursday approved a multiyear plan to raise tuition and fees at the system’s 10 campuses.
University Of California Regents To Consider Multi-Year Tuition HikeUniversity of California regents on Thursday will take up a multi-year tuition increase proposal that officials say are needed to keep campuses competitive, increase aid for low-income students and give families some financial predictability.
University of California System Admits Largest, Most Diverse Undergraduate ClassThe University of California admitted its largest and most diverse undergraduate class ever after receiving a record number of applications, officials announced.
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.
University of California Sets Rules for Affiliations With Religious HospitalsThe University of California’s governing board has adopted a new policy that tightens the rules on affiliations with hospitals that impose religious restrictions on health care.
Report: California Policies Encourage Rebuilding In Fire-Prone AreasA new report published Thursday warns that state and local officials are pushing for rebuilding in areas destroyed by wildfires when they should be directing more construction in urban areas.
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.
University of California Drops SAT, ACT Test Scores From Admission RequirementsThe University of California won’t consider SAT and ACT scores that are submitted with admission and scholarship applications under a settlement of a student lawsuit that was announced Friday.
CSU, UC To Require Students, Staff To Be Vaccinated Against COVID Pending Full Approval Of VaccineStudents going to the California State University or the University of California this fall will be required to be vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a joint announcement from the university systems.
Cal Students Warned Of Massive Personal Data Breach After Cyberattack Hits Entire UC SystemStaff and students at the University of California at Berkeley and other UC campuses statewide are being advised to take immediate steps to protect their personal information in the wake of a national cyberattack.
Stanford, University Of California Targeted In Widespread Ransomware Cyber AttackUniversity of California and Stanford officials have confirmed that they were among the universities nationwide that have been targeted by a massive cyber ransomware attack.
Berkeley City Council Unanimously Approves Elimination of Single Family ZoningThe Berkeley City Council voted unanimously Thursday night to start removing single-family zoning from the city and update the city’s general plan.
Tough Times Bring Cal Women's Basketball Team TogetherThe women's basketball at University of California, Berkeley has seen a lot of losses this unusual season but Archer Olson and her teammates decided to find the small victories from within each game.