OP-ED | "Students in lower socioeconomic areas, first-generation college-bound individuals and especially students of color rely on these programs as a way to help them attain higher education that might otherwise seem nearly impossible." https://t.co/9mXfnoSrdc
EDITORIAL | "Considering the UC system’s history as a land-grant institution erected on territory seized from California Natives, it’s difficult to fathom how the university can justify expropriating even more Indigenous land." https://t.co/CSUTYDXwcH
OP-ED | "While the pandemic presents unprecedented difficulties to all students, international students, many of whom returned to their home countries, have seriously compromised their rights and wellness due to a lack of accommodation." https://t.co/fMSpJw0N9y
Thank you, Chancellor Christ. We appreciate the words of our Chancellor and her cabinet in affirming the position of Cal Athletics. #BlackLivesMatter
Cal rugby was outplayed by Saint Mary's last Saturday in Moraga. The Bears have just one matchup left in their three-game spring schedule: a home game against Arizona this Saturday. Beat writer Max Frincke has the details. 🏉 https://t.co/RY5C7jbagz
This #EarthDay, The Nature Conservancy will host a virtual summit w/ conservation leaders, scientists & policymakers 🌱Join Dr. Jane Goodall, Dolores Huerta, Alexandra Cousteau & more for the free event https://t.co/KN5iqFwSSg #TheDeterminingDecadeSummit @Conserve_CA @nature_org
Alabama joins states such as Florida, Michigan and California that have passed NIL legislation.
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey has signed a college-athlete name-image-and-likeness bill into law, a spokesperson for her office says. The effective date is July 1.
"With 670 kilometers standing in between my grandmother at home and me at Berkeley, I finally decide where those stars truly belong. It is with her." Ashley Tsai unfolds the pieces of her relationship with her grandmother in this week's column https://t.co/49LwpQse9L