About

This is a site for Berkeley’s graduate and professional students. Its goal is to inform and inspire graduate students by connecting them to a campus-wide community online.

By tapping into the collective knowledge of this body of students, we hope to learn from each other how to make the most of our time as Berkeley students; to highlight exciting, interdisciplinary, or collaborative research at Berkeley; and to encourage participation in the broader community through outreach and volunteer work.

If nothing else, come here for productive procrastination.

Formerly, The Berkeley Graduate was a print publication put out by the Graduate Assembly (GA). Although the format has changed, its mission remains to serve graduate and professional students as both a campus resource—providing information that can be used to get support from the GA and the larger graduate student community—and as a forum that encourages students to become involved with a variety of outreach, social and advocacy programs.

  • About 150,000 penguins have died since being stranded by a vast iceberg that became lodged off the coast of Antarctica six years ago.

    Link to article February 13

  • In the game of love, is there one side that emerges victorious? And not just on February 14, but for the rest of the year, too? Let's investigate.

    Link to article February 13

  • “Deadpool,” the film starring Ryan Reynolds as the sardonic, self-aware Marvel superhero, brought in a massive $47.5 million for its opening day on Friday.

    Link to article February 13

  • Harry Potter is back for another round of magic, and this time Harry's the dad, struggling with his own son.

    Link to article February 13

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