Steam leak closes Latinx Student Resource Center meeting space
The Latinx Caucus at UC Berkeley submitted a letter to Chancellor Carol Christ on Jan. 12 regarding the needs and issues facing Latine students. The letter emphasized finding a new temporary space for their Latinx Student Resource Center, or LSRC, which has been without a meeting space since Dec. 8, alongside demands for financial aid reevaluation, affordable housing and further retention efforts.
‘Not specific enough’: Berkeley city’s housing element rejected, pending approval with modifications
The city of Berkeley’s Housing Element was rejected by the California State Department of Housing and Community Development, or HCD, Monday over issues with the proposed sites for new housing and the time frames in which the proposed sites would be developed.
Congressmen Buck, Hawley continue with plans to ban TikTok nationally on federal devices
A new bill introduced Jan. 25 by Congressmen Ken Buck and Josh Hawley aims to expand restrictions, preventing TikTok from being downloaded on U.S. devices and penalizing transactions with TikTok’s parent company, ByteDance.
With the closing of the transfer portal Jan. 18, 2023, and national signing day Feb. 1, The Daily Californian’s sports editors are bringing readers a comprehensive update to the ins and outs (quite literally) of Cal’s 2023 football roster.
What we’ve watched: Sundance 2023 returns to Park City with cinematic smorgasbord
This year, The Daily Californian’s arts reporters Maya Thompson, Sarah Runyan and Asha Pruitt traveled to Park City, Utah to view the festival’s prestigious lineup on the big screen. Here’s what they watched.
25th SF IndieFest offers adventurous, unpredictable lineup
Predictably unpredictable, the festival’s 95-film lineup comprises names big, small and overall niche. This year, deputy arts editor Dominic Marziali and arts reporters Maida Suta, Emma Murphree and Piper Samuels covered the festival online and in person.
Even with the institutional protections I have as a professor, department leadership has not only ignored my appeal to address the racial climate that led to this incident, they have also sought to intimidate me into silence.
A lesson for Berkeley undergrads: Solidarity is a verb
These efforts make it clear that students, and all people, can build collective power and meaningfully apply pressure on powerful institutions, whether they are leading their own campaigns or planning actions in solidarity.
3 simple desserts you can make for Valentine's Day
Valentine’s Day is the time to celebrate love, romance, and of course sweets! If you are looking for the perfect simple desserts to satisfy your love for sweets, we have some of the perfect recipes for you.