UC Berkeley condemns in the strongest possible terms the actions of individuals who invaded the campus, infiltrated a crowd of peaceful students, and used violent tactics to close down the event. We deeply regret that the violence unleashed by this group undermined the First Amendment rights of the speaker as well as those who came to lawfully assemble and protest his presence.
Statements & news
February 2, 2017
February 1, 2017
U.S. District Judge Andre Birotte Jr.'s ruling came in a case hastily filed Tuesday on behalf of 28 Yemeni-born people. The group consists of United States citizens living here and family members who remained behind in Yemen but had received immigrant visas to come to the U.S., according to court filings.
A campus committee is recommending major changes to how Cal investigates and disciplines faculty members accused of misconduct — from giving victims a greater say in the outcome to eliminating a "three-year rule" that set a time limit on sanctions against professors.
"It's a very confusing rule," social sciences Dean Carla Hesse, one of the committee heads, said in an interview Wednesday.
January 29, 2017
We are deeply concerned by the recent executive order that restricts the ability of our students, faculty, staff, and other members of the UC community from certain countries from being able to enter or return to the United States.
Dear Members of the Berkeley Community,
January 25, 2017
For Arturo Fernandez, life as an undocumented college student turned out to be tougher than he thought. His classes were rigorous and demanding, and he was under immense financial strain. He was paying in-state tuition, thanks to a state law passed in 2001, and he'd received several private scholarships, but UC raised tuition at the end of his first year and suddenly the scholarships weren't enough.