From 2010-2012, a coalition of UC Berkeley research and community organizations spearheaded the first systematic research initiative to look at the campus climate issues undocumented Berkeley students face. Their report reveals that UC Berkeley was not supporting one of its most marginalized student populations through challenges from obtaining health insurance to finding safe spaces […]
by M.E.Ch.X.A. de UC Berkeley The University of California has failed to repatriate Indigenous remains to their rightful communities for burial. Yet many UC students, both undergraduate and graduate, remain unaware of this controversy. For this reason, students from Latin@ Xican@, and other cultural and political communities have organized to take action on Columbus Day, […]
In honor of National Coming Out Day, The Berkeley Graduate takes a peek back at a selection of LGBTQ-related stories covered in the last year: Happy National Coming Out Day!
In honor of post “Scandal Thursday” today’s entertainment post is full of just that preparing you for an eventful weekend at the movies. This week’s film review brings viewers into the world of CIA dealings, drug cartels, cocaine smuggling and investigative journalism in the Bluegrass Films & The Combine production, Kill the Messenger. There comes a […]
By: Christy Sheehy On Tuesday afternoon October 7th, from 12 – 1pm, friendly pups lined Sproul Plaza just waiting to take away your graduate school stress. The event was sponsored by “Be Well @ Cal,” and offered therapy dogs from Tony LaRussa’s Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF). According to ARF, “Studies show interaction with companion animals […]