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Cal cyclists gear up for AIDS Life/Cycle 2015

Cal cyclists gear up for AIDS Life/Cycle 2015

May 29, 2015:

Thirty campus cyclists and two “roadies” make up the Cal team for the 2015 AIDS Life/Cycle, a benefit ride down the California coast. Meet members of the team, some of whom will send updates from the ride, which begins May 31.

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.

50 years later: Memories of the March on Washington

50 years later: Memories of the March on Washington August 23, 2013:

John Ohala worked his way through college as a photographer, and when he graduated, he picked up his camera and headed to the historic 1963 March on Washington for civil rights. Fifty years later, Ohala is an emeritus professor of linguistics and UC Berkeley, and he sat down with the NewsCenter to talk about his photos from that day, which appear in a slideshow and also are on display at the Berkeley Public Library.

Dorothea Lange winner hopes to inspire change with her photos

Dorothea Lange winner hopes to inspire change with her photos May 15, 2013:

In South Africa, UC Berkeley graduate student Molly Oleson photographed farming women seeking better conditions; In India, she captured the lives of girls in Bihar, who are traditionally left uneducated; in Brazil’s Amazon, Oleson will document indigenous communities’ struggle to protect their land and culture from destruction by a new dam. For her work, Oleson won the 2013 Dorothea Lange Fellowship.

Illegal Occupation at Albany Village Mixed-Use Site Underway

Illegal Occupation at Albany Village Mixed-Use Site Underway May 12, 2013:

About 75 people representing Occupy the Farm gathered yesterday at Albany City Hall and marched to the Albany Village multi-use development site on Monroe Street and San Pablo streets where they proceeded to weed and plant a garden in a small area of the site slated for a grocery store.