COVID Education: UC Campuses Plan To Resume In-Person Classes For Fall 2021 SemesterThe University of California announced Monday that it is planning for in-person classes to resume during the fall 2021 semester at all 10 of its campuses.
UCSF Seeks To Rebuild Hospital, Add 1,200 Homes On Parnassus Campus In Proposed Agreement With CityOfficials with UCSF and the City of San Francisco announced Monday a proposed community benefits package, which includes new housing, as it seeks to rebuild the aging hospital on its Parnassus Heights campus.
COVID Casualty: Dec. 19 Cal - Arizona Game CanceledNext weekend's PAC-12 conference football game between the University of California-Berkeley and the University of Arizona has been canceled because neither team will be able to field enough scholarship athletes to play.
Cal Cleans Up Mistakes, Beats Oregon for First WinChase Garbers threw for a touchdown and ran for a short score leading Ca to its first victory of the season beating No. 21 Oregon 21-17 on Saturday night.
University Of California Extends Fall 2021 Application Deadline To December 4 Following Computer OutageProspective University of California students will get several extra days to submit their Fall 2021 applications following a computer outage over the Thanksgiving weekend.
Pac-12 Plan Provides Schools Flexibility to Schedule Non-Conference GamesThe Pac-12 Conference approved a new plan Wednesday to allow member schools to schedule games against non-conference football opponents subject to certain conditions if previously-scheduled matches are canceled.
Berkeley Not Budging On COVID Quarantine for Cal Football PlayersThe window for University of California, Berkeley playing its first football game of the season was closing this week as Berkeley city officials had not updated the status of some quarantined players as of Wednesday.
Judge Rules that UC System Needs To Continue Phasing Out SAT RequirementsStudents applying for admission to the University of California system can't submit standardized test scores with their applications as the system works to phase out the exam requirements, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
Appeals Court in SF Rules UC Student Applicants Can't Include SATs With AdmissionsStudent applicants to the University of California can't submit their standardized test scores with their admissions as the system works to phase out the exam requirements, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
UC Berkeley Scientists Unveil Pop-Up Lab That Tests Wastewater For COVID-19A team of scientists from the University of California, Berkeley launched a pop-up lab this month to test wastewater from throughout the Bay Area for the novel coronavirus, the university said Thursday.
Unique Twist To Cal-Stanford Rivalry; Stanford Economists, Berkeley Scientists Dominate Nobel Prize Awards This YearThere has always been a San Francisco Bay Area rivalry between Cal and Stanford, but this year it has taken a unique twist. Both schools now have a pair of Nobel Prize winners.
Wildfires Taint West Coast Vineyards With Taste of SmokeSmoke from the West Coast wildfires has tainted grapes in some of the nation's most celebrated wine regions with an ashy flavor that could spell disaster for the 2020 vintage.
Sen. Feinstein's Husband Named In UC Admissions ScandalU.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein’s husband, University of California Regent Richard Blum, was named Thursday by the state auditor’s office as one of the regents involved in admissions scandal where UC wrongly admitted dozens of wealthy, mostly white students as favors to well-connected people.
Suspect in Violent Robbery of Cal Student ChargedThe University of California Berkeley Police Department (UCPD) announced Wednesday that the suspect in a violent robbery of a Cal Student back in early September was charged with possibly two felonies.
State Audit: University Of California Wrongly Admitted Wealthy Students; 42 UC Berkeley Admissions Red FlaggedIn the wake of the national college admission scandal, a California state audit released Tuesday has found that the University of California wrongly admitted at least 64 wealthy students over the past six years as “favors to donors, family, and friends.”