The historic People’s Park was built by the Berkeley community, after the abandonment of a UC Berkeley project to use the area for additional housing during the late 1960’s. For the decades since, the site has been at the center of heated debate. In 2019,
We are now undergoing one of the greatest transformations of wealth we have ever experienced. From dropshipping to the options market, the pandemic has fueled people to divulge their interests and explore worlds they have never had the chance to look at. At the center
Methamphetamine use has had a dramatic resurgence in the United States and has a particular impact on marginalized groups in San Francisco. Without the support of the community, these individuals will fall through the cracks and not get the support that they need.
Any student, faculty member, staff member or visitor to UC Berkeley can easily see the vast amount of individuals experiencing homelessness. Southside, the area of Berkeley directly south of the university campus, is home to a large proportion of the city’s homeless population, who live
by Daniela Morales “It’s okay to not be okay.” This is a phrase I have heard over and over in the year that I have been in college, mainly when dealing with matters of mental health. As college students, we are trying to remove the
By Marvin So As Berkeley students, it’s easy to go about our daily lives rife with midterms, clubs, exercise, and maybe even social activities, and ignore the ubiquitous homeless individuals occupying the curbs and nooks of Telegraph. There are about 280 chronically homeless individuals living