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The Berkeley Graduate is seeking guest bloggers. We welcome blog posts from Berkeley graduate and professional students on a wide variety of topics related to student life, research, and involvement in the wider community. Posts may range from how to survive and thrive as a graduate or professional student to the latest research in your department. We especially encourage topics that document or facilitate interaction and understanding across departments.

If you are interested in writing for The Berkeley Graduate, please send us an email pitching your idea. If your piece is selected, you will be paid an honorarium of $30 per post.

Contributing to The Berkeley Graduate is a great chance to practice composing for a general audience, develop your blogging chops, or dabble in journalism, all while earning some extra money. All interested persons are encouraged to contact the editor.

  • "I was choking back tears": When Khizr Khan took the stage at the #DemConvention, you could almost see the collective fist pump from Muslims across the country.

    Link to article July 29

  • Our friends at Great Big Story visit with Dan Ohlmann of the Musée Miniature et Cinéma, a miniature artist who painstakingly recreates places in our world down to 1/24th size. Sometimes, it takes a mini-world to get perspective on the bigger picture.

    Link to article July 29

  • "After the end of our convention, I knew, I knew that every parent in this country could look at their son or their daughter and now say... 'You too could be President of the United States.'" Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine are stumping together http://cnn.it/2amB2rs

    Link to article July 29

  • The Pope made his first trip to Auschwitz, paying tribute to the more than 1 million people, mostly Jews, who lost their lives there in the Holocaust http://cnn.it/2amvNrA

    Link to article July 29

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