#WhyHeAbused 1

You are probably familiar with the now infamous “scandal,” or as I like to call it, “felony,” of Ray Rice abusing his then-fiancée Janay Palmer in an elevator, which triggered a national conversation about domestic violence. In February, Ray Rice, NFL Baltimore Ravens running back, punched his fiancée, rendering her unconscious. Video footage shows him […]

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TBG Launched & Lunched!

The Berkeley Graduate celebrated the start of the new publishing year with a vibrant Lunch Launch today! Editors, writers, prospective contributors, and fans gathered on the Anthony Hall Patio to enjoy drinks, dining, and company. The swell of crowds necessitated bringing out an extra table and ordering a second round of lunch: thai curries and noodles […]

Event Preview

From Graduate Assembly events to local community gatherings, The Berkeley Graduate has you covered! Plan your weekend by checking out some highlights taking place in and around Berkeley.   (Ir)reverence: Thinking Through Alma Lopez’ Art  Lecture: 5-7pm, Thursday September 18, Doug Adams Gallery Queer Santas: Holy Violence Exhibition: September 9-December 9, 2014 The Doug Adams Gallery’s […]



Environmental Chemistry at Berkeley 101: How to Save the Planet 1

Hello Berkeley graduate students! My name is Jeremy Nowak, and I am a first year graduate student in the Department of Chemistry. While I am enrolled in the Physical Chemistry division, I am somewhat unique in that I am the only member of this year’s entering class (that I know of) to specialize in an […]

Introducing: The Graduate Women’s Project (GWP)

The Graduate Women’s Project (GWP) is the only program at UC Berkeley devoted to addressing the concerns of graduate women. In 1981, the Graduate Assembly established GWP in response to an overwhelming demand for campus resources to address graduate women’s personal, social, and academic needs. Since 1985, GWP has operated as its own independent project, organizing […]