Swimming or science, indoors or out, for credit or fun (or both), summer means camp - and Berkeley serves up a wide variety of offerings that can fit many different interests and needs. Registration is now open for some, and application deadlines are coming up soon. |
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Landmark laws brought an official end to the system of legal segregation known as Jim Crow in the 1960s. Berkeley professor Elizabeth Abel's new book explores the "visual politics" of a system that shaped experience and perception in the American South (and beyond) for nearly a century.|
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The University Chorus is one of Berkeley's hidden gems. It brings together 70 singers - from novice to professional, undergrad to senior citizen - all eager to share their joy in making music. Journalism graduate student (and chorus alto) Sade McDougal chronicles the group in a short video.
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