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During Sunday Mass several weeks ago at Newman Hall Holy Spirit Parish in Berkeley, Father Bernard Campbell spoke of anger, bitterness, and sadness. At the end of the service, the pastor read a short excerpt from a poem: "A friend once gave me a gift,
Berkeley residents concerned about crime hit the pavement with a peace message Thursday evening. About 30 people walked the sidewalks near downtown and the Cal campus, handing out leaflets to those they passed. We're not going to stay in our house,
Berkeley basketball player Avigiel Cohen, a word that is repeated often is unique. Some of those unique qualities helped the 21-year-old Israeli get recognized by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association. Last month, Cohen was nominated for its
Natural Resource Security after the Arab Spring.' Ecologist Booker Holton discusses the impact of weather variability on food, water and health on Israel and its neighbors...S.F. native Aryeh Green, director of MediaCentral in Israel, discusses
Talking with A builder of bridge-year adventures by emma silvers Name: Abby Falik Age: 34 City: Oakland Position: Founder, Global Citizen Year J.: You're a local, right?...Abby Falik: I grew up in Berkeley and went to Head Royce School in Oakland.
The frat boys lined up in a San Jose State University plaza last month, inviting people to smash them in the face with a cream pie...Alpha Epsilon Pi, a Jewish fraternity that people refer to as AEPi for short. The AEPi to the Face event raised about
Shabbat service at 6 p.m., dinner and discussion at 7 p.m. $10. http://www.berkeleyhillel.org . saturday/9 Kristallnacht: To Remember and Understand. Multimedia presentation on the 1938 event with a representative from the U.S...At KOH Library and
Monday, November 4th, 2013 | Posted by Contributor Armenian Alphabet Sculpture Unveiled at U.C. Calif.After many long years, the Armenian Alphabet sculpture called Three Apples from Heaven has finally found a home in the Doe Library at the U.C...A
But they have based their entire criticism on a secondhand account appearing in the student newspaper the Daily Californian. As the president of Tikvah: Students for Israel, the pro-Israel student organization at U.C. Berkeley, and a JSU group leader,
Berkeley students and an anti-Semitism watchdog group have filed separate appeals with the United States Department of Education's Office for Civil Rights. The appeals challenge the OCR's closing of two investigations: One was looking at whether U.C.