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Join Roya Azarkeyvan as she interviews UC Berkeley Junior, Kevin Shen on his College Jeopardy experience.
While new businesses and renovations are beginning on Telegraph Ave, other stores are in danger of being driven out. Lindsey Gavens investigates behind the scenes on our Berkeley streets.
Check out the latest episode of Berkeley Beat with CalTV's Gaby Avila, Michelle Wu, and Vivian Xie as they give you the latest on University alliance program, Cloyne referendum and more. Credits Reported by: Gaby Avila, Michelle Wu, Vivian Xie Produced by: Gaby Avila Filmed by: Jerry Lung, Lana Lam, Amy Ma, Katherine Cho Edited by: Raul Aquino
Protestors came out with their own campaign against newly instilled UC President Janet Napolitano during her first visit to Berkeley on Thursday February 13th, including a rally march and building occupation. The President concluded her "Listening and Learning" tour of all UC campuses at Cal, met with unrest over her past position as Secretary of the Department Homeland Security. Join Ashley Morgan for more. Credits Reported by: Ashley Morgan, Lindsey Gavens, Kim Newton, Irene Cantizano Produced by: Kim Newton Filmed by: Skylar Economy, Jerry Lung, Reaa Puri Edited by: Alvin Lin
Join Jon Caña and Vivian Xie as they cover the latest in Berkeley News this week.
Chancellor Nicholas Dirks sits down with CalTV and discusses his new life as Chancellor, newly appointed University of California President, Janet Napolitano, as well as current university issues.
America has an obsession with big time college athletics. But while we see everything that student athletes do on the field, it might just be what they can't do off the field that surprises you. In this episode of IR, we'll see how NCAA rules restrict college athletes from selling signed textbooks, receiving workers comp, and until recently, eating a bagel with cream cheese.
Join Aaron Thiele as he takes a look at various student startups on campus. Credits Reported by: Aaron Thiele Produced by: Sonia Koroleva Filmed by: Fiona Lee Edited by: Raul Aquino
Check out the latest episode of Berkeley Beat with CalTV's Gaby Avila, Michelle Wu, and Daniela Messarina as they give you the latest on Berkeley's smoking ban, helping typhoon victims in the Philippines, and much more.
Join Gaby Avila as she reports on a strike planned by UC service workers.