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Slideshow: Campus goes big for Big Give

Campus goes big for the Big Give

November 17, 2014:

This Thursday, Nov. 20, marks the Big Give, UC Berkeley’s first 24-hour online fundraising drive geared to support students, faculty and research. Check out this slideshow of Berkeley people who are making a big deal out of Big Give and visit BigGive.berkeley.edu to join them.

At Student Learning Center ‘Friday Jam,’ creative energy abounds

At Student Learning Center ‘Friday Jam,’ creative energy abounds October 21, 2014:

More than 200 attended the Oct. 17 launch of “SLC Friday Jam,” featuring a multicultural array of spoken-word, rock and dance performances.

Photo slideshow: Student inventors do battle at Cal Hacks

Photo slideshow: Student inventors do battle at Cal Hacks October 7, 2014:

More than 1,000 inventive students from across the country inhabited California Memorial Stadium this weekend as they sought glory, prize money and the sheer thrill of solving problems together in a 36-hour tech event, Cal Hacks.

Students arrive for move-in as fall semester kicks off

Students arrive for move-in as fall semester kicks off August 27, 2014:

Chancellor Dirks and campus leaders were on hand to greet students and their families as they moved into campus housing over the weekend. More than 6,000 students settled into residence halls. Classes beginning on Thursday, Aug. 28.

‘Getting-by girls’ straddle gap between academic winners and losers

‘Getting-by girls’ straddle gap between academic winners and losers August 16, 2014:

Everyone notices the academic superstars and failures, but what about the tens of millions of American teens straddling these two extremes? A new UC Berkeley study has spotlighted a high school subculture that has made an art of slacking, even with ample educational resources, and may be destined to perpetuate the nation’s struggling lower-middle class.

Art in Science: A Berkeley perspective

Art in Science: A Berkeley perspective February 26, 2014:

The Feb. 27-28 exhibit, “Art-in-Science: The intersection of image and research,” drew record crowds to see sculpture, painting, photography, origami, multi-media and digital art by scientists and artists — now or formerly at UC Berkeley — whose works portray the artistic face of science. The exhibit was sponsored by Science@Cal and the EBI.