by Tessa Rissacher and Scott Saul
A Black cultural center in Berkeley introduced Kamala Harris to activism and the connections between culture and politics.
SOURCE: The Daily Caller
His appointment is not welcome by all. Many are upset he was paid nearly half a million dollars during a sabbatical.
by Richard L. Cravatts
What Berkeley has done is emblematic of a serious problem.
by Robert Cohen
Her claims are specious.
The University of California Berkeley has reinstated a student-led course called “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis,” after public outcry over its suspension last week.
It’s Stiles’ second Pulitzer; he won the award in 2010 for his biography “The First Tycoon: The Epic Life of Cornelius Vanderbilt.” That book, also published by Alfred A. Knopf, won the National Book Award in 2009.
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