The Berkeleyan: This week on campus
Haerang Lee Mirroring the Bay Area's multicultural DNA, UC Berkeley's student body includes an international cohort administrators say enriches the campus far beyond the nonresident tuition they pay. One is Haerang Lee, an econ and business major from South Korea, who is happy to be here. "In Korea, it's really hard for people with different ideas to do well, and really hard for women," she says. "Here, it's not like that." 

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Rene Vignos inside Memorial Stadium If you're curious what's been going on inside Berkeley's Memorial Stadium, our new video provides a front-row view of  the state-of-the-art engineering that's taking place. The massive renovation project is uniting the expertise of seismic engineers and campus experts to make sure that if the Big One strikes, Cal football fans and athletes are inside a safe, modern facility.

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A pilot study by UC Berkeley researchers has found that playing video games can help improve the vision of adults with amblyopia, or lazy eye. The study found that participants' visual acuity and 3-D depth perception improved markedly after spending just 40 hours playing off-the-shelf video games.

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Get all the details of UC's voluntary plan for those 55 and over.

Video posted to help amateur astronomers track Berkeley Lab's new discovery.

Tang Center offers insight, advice and counseling.

First-time Berkeley Bike Initiative event offers prizes and a fair.

Event honors those who died in 2010-11.

2011-13 edition available online, in store.

DREAM Act, Jefferson Lecture on agenda. 
Rona Jaffe Foundation honors English professor.

Law prof takes seat on state Supreme Court.
CAA names Jefferson Coombs, '89.

Fund honors Kevin Mack's memory 

Joint medical-program administrator.


Study solves decades-long mystery.

Dengue fever, asthma, civic engagement are subjects of efforts to find new approaches.

Berkeley Blog examines the "What the Hell Effect." 
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