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[21 Apr 2009 | Comments Off on Rich student, rude student? | ]
Rich student, rude student?

Rich people may have more money but does that mean they’re less polite? A recent UC Berkeley study examines how body language reveals wealth.

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[3 Apr 2009 | Comments Off on Surfing the world wide couch | ]
Surfing the world wide couch

Surfing the world wide couch. from Alba Mora on Vimeo.
By Alba Mora/Special to Oakland North
Would you ever let two strangers crash on your couch? Recently reporter Alba Mora welcomed two couchsurfers into her Berkeley home.

Berkeley, Education, Immigration, On Campus »

[5 Mar 2009 | Comments Off on International students get a lesson from Good Vibes | ]

By Huda Ahmed/510 Report
Jessica Fischer organized mysterious shapes made of plastic and metal, as well as spongy brightly-colored toys on the table and waited for her young audience at UC Berkeley’s International House to be seated. The dim yellow light bulbs gave the room a romantic glow. The whole room was soon packed with more than 45 international students from the University of California trying to figure out what these objects were and what the speaker would say.

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[4 Mar 2009 | Comments Off on Scenes from an Auction | ]
Scenes from an Auction

Brittney Johnson/510Report
Scenes from an Auction: As the number of Bay Area foreclosures skyrockets, so does the amount of auctions selling foreclosed homes at a fraction of their original price. Watch potential buyers vie for bargains at a recent auction.

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[5 Feb 2009 | One Comment | ]
Why Did the Commuter Cross the Road?

BY CASEY MINER AND HUDA AHMED  The 12th St. corridor in Oakland is a 12-lane freeway sandwiched between two perfectly normal city streets. There are no crosswalks or traffic lights, but morning commuters don’t care; the quickest way to BART is to look both ways and hope for the best.

Berkeley, Civic Life, On Campus »

[6 Dec 2008 | Comments Off on Audio: Sproul fight raises tensions among UC Berkeley’s Jewish students | ]

Click to hear an audio report from Will Jason about tensions within UC Berkeley’s Jewish community

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[5 Dec 2008 | Comments Off on Audio: UC Berkeley’s Green Bike Share | ]

Reporter Casey Miner visits the students running UC Berkeley’s Green Bike Share bike rental program. Click to listen.
[audio:http://www.510report.org/wp-content/uploads/bikeshare_podcast.mp3]

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[3 Dec 2008 | Comments Off on At the Anniversary of Sproul Hall Sit-In, Perspectives on Activism and Obama | ]

By Angela Kilduff  —
Forty-four years ago, in the early hours of a late fall morning morning, police officers arrested nearly 800 students, ending an historic sit-in at UC Berkeley’s Sproul Hall. It was a turning point in the Free Speech Movement (FSM) and led to the university lifting a ban on on-campus political organizing. The leaders of the FSM made their mark on history and left a legacy of activism at UC Berkeley.
This anniversary this year coincides with another historic turning point, the election of Barack Obama as President. His …

Berkeley, Civic Life, On Campus »

[3 Dec 2008 | Comments Off on Audio: Protesters seek return of Indian remains | ]

Click to hear an audio report from Will Jason about a fight to reclaim Indian remains on display at a Berkeley museum 

Berkeley, Civic Life, On Campus »

[26 Nov 2008 | Comments Off on Audio: UC Berkeley economist Romer named one of top economic advisors to Obama Administration | ]

Click to hear an audio report from Will Jason