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Bay Area arts and entertainment picks, June 23

Kehlani: The Oakland-born R&B singer-songwriter returns to the East Bay for a headlining show. 8 p.m. Friday, June 23. Greek Theatre, UC Berkeley. www.apeconcerts.com “Seven Samurai”: Highly..
SFGate

AIGAC Releases 2017 MBA Applicant Survey: The Millennial Paradox

The 2017 MBA Applicant Survey, released today by the Association of Independent Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC), confirms the values that Millennials bring to the business school admissions..
PRWeb

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Hot Topics Part 2

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News video: Meet Your Library Staff: Auberry Library

Meet Your Library Staff: Auberry Library

Every month in partnership with the Fresno County Public Library, we profile a library staff member at a local branch. For April, we traveled to Auberry to meet with Raelene Fleming and learn about all..
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News video: Berkeley's Zucman on Tax Evasion and Global Inequality

Berkeley's Zucman on Tax Evasion and Global Inequality 06:19

Jun.23 -- Gabriel Zucman, UC Berkeley assistant professor of economics, discusses tax evasion and global inequality with Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?"
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News video: Berkeley's Zucman Says Tax Evasion Rises With Wealth

Berkeley's Zucman Says Tax Evasion Rises With Wealth 02:55

Jun.23 -- Gabriel Zucman, UC Berkeley assistant professor of economics, discusses tax evasion and inequality with Bloomberg's Joe Weisenthal on "What'd You Miss?"
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News video: EARTHQUAKES: UC Study Finds That Winter Rain And Snow Melt Triggers Small Quakes

EARTHQUAKES: UC Study Finds That Winter Rain And Snow Melt Triggers Small Quakes 01:43

UC Study Finds That Winter Rain And Snow Melt Triggers Small Quakes
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UC Berkeley’s Herma Hill Kay, 1st woman to lead a law school, dies

Beyond that — as Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a friend for nearly a half century, put it — “law teacher and scholar nonpareil, Herma has spearheaded countless endeavors to shape the..
SFGate

Here's the summer reading list for incoming freshmen at UC Berkeley

Looking for a summer book list? Check out the books UC Berkeley incoming freshmen read.
USATODAY.com

Gerson Bakar: Developer behind SFMOMA, Mission Bay, Levi’s Plaza

Levi’s Plaza is his best-known project, a still-alluring blend of handsome brick buildings and naturalistic public space. “Gerson was unassuming — he didn’t want the attention,” said former..
SFGate

Study: California’s seasonal rain and snow triggering earthquakes

California’s Mediterranean climate, with its wet winters and dry summers, brings enviable weather but also earthquakes, according to new research out of UC Berkeley. A study published Thursday in the..
SFGate

New evidence that all stars are born in pairs

new evidence that all stars are born in pairs
Berkeley CA (SPX) Jun 15, 2017 Did our sun have a twin when it was born 4.5 billion years ago? Almost certainly yes - though not an identical twin. And so did every other sunlike star in the..
Space Daily

Herma Hill Kay, the first female dean of UC Berkeley, dies at 82

Herma Hill Kay, the first female dean at the University of California Berkeley School of Law, died Saturday. She was 82. Kay, who joined Berkeley…
ABA Journal

Pear Ventures Announces Boxbot as Winner of 2016-2017 UC Berkeley $250k Startup Challenge

Stealthy Boxbot wins the Pear prize for UC Berkeley with a tech for autonomous last-mile delivery Palo Alto, California (PRWEB) June 14, 2017 Pear Ventures has selected Boxbot, a robotic service..
PRWeb

New solar eclipse simulator shows you what to expect this summer

A big solar event is taking place across North America in August and to prepare for the big blackout (a whole two minutes in some places) Google and UC Berkeley teamed up to show what the total solar..
Mashable

This Sikh Student's Unscripted Grad Speech Is The Realest Call To Unity

If you need a reminder that the world is full of hopeful dreamers, look no further than Angad Singh Padda. Padda is a recent graduate of the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business. After being chosen..
Huffington Post

Harvard’s Ugly Offshoot of Campus Meme Culture

One of the most active communities to have emerged from my first two years as an undergraduate is not a registered student organization but a public Facebook group, “Yale Memes for Special Snowflake..
The New Yorker

Bill Maher: Trump Had "Worse Week" Than Me

bill maher: trump had worse week than me
*Bill Maher had a pretty bad week*  - though it’s notable that he* somehow managed to keep his job* as host of HBO’s “Real Time” after using an offensive racial epithet on air. But having..
Zero Hedge

'He was the best one of us': Family mourns youngest son, who drowned in San Joaquin River

Neng Thao, 18 and a UC Berkeley-bound honor student, was one of at least 17 people who have drowned during what may be the deadliest year on Central California's rivers.
L.A. Times

Stop Pretending The 'Anti-Sharia' Movement Has Anything To Do With Empowering Women

“Anti-Sharia” rallies will take place in nearly 30 U.S. states on Saturday, according to the group spearheading the effort.  ACT for America, a national grassroots anti-Muslim organization..
Huffington Post

The Uncool, Undeniable Appeal Of 'America's Got Talent'

We probably weren’t using the word “viral” to describe the skyrocket success of odd, mesmerizing one-off moments from television in 2003, but it’s safe to say that the most-watched clips from..
Huffington Post

From bioengineered crops to crowdsourced farm info, ag-bio startups seed the Bay Area

In a world where arable land and potable water are becoming more scarce and harsh climate changes more common, many investors are looking to the emerging field of ag-bio to feed a growing global..
bizjournals

Stephen Quake is 'out to hunt death down and punch him in the face'

Stanford University professor Stephen Quake is a polymath who has made scientific breakthroughs at the nexus of physics, biology and technology and helped start 10 separate companies together worth..
bizjournals

NIH to shift $1.1 billion to younger researchers

In an effort to free up more funding for younger scientists, the National Institutes of Health will redistribute $1.1 billion of its budget over the next five years to fund research grants for early..
SFGate

Law: Milo Yiannopoulos fan sues UC Berkeley

Differing opinions. Kiara Robles, a fan of right-wing author and commentator Milo Yiannopolis, has filed a lawsuit against University of California Berkeley and several public figures, including House..
bizjournals


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