Arts

Margaret Atwood at UC Berkeley

‘Things can change a lot faster than you think,’ says Margaret Atwood, author of ‘The Handmaid's Tale’

The Canadian author discusses how her sci-fi vision has come to reflect incisively on our present and future.

Nalo Hopkinson with other authors

Nalo Hopkinson enters Neil Gaiman’s ‘Sandman Universe’

Author will pen “House of Whispers,” a new comic series rooted in Afro-Caribbean culture.

Information overload has been around since the 1800s

There are striking similarities between 19th and 21st century mass media consumption habits and their effects on society.

man reads while soaking in a lake

Float away with a good book

There’s nothing better than a good book for that long flight or lazy summer afternoon.

UC Berkeley bells from below

How UC is ringing out the summer

It's far from quiet in the summer months across the campuses of the University of California.

Charlie Bamforth with beer glasses

Awards pour in for the ‘pope of foam’

Brewing legend Charlie Bamforth has been honored this year with three prestigious global awards in his field.

faded memory Instagram

Thank Instagram and Snapchat for your fading memories

Documenting your life may come at the cost of actually being able to remember it.

UC Berkeley Michael Pollan

Michael Pollan, on science, psychedelics and the human mind

The UC Berkeley professor talks his ‘trip’ through a whole new world on a new podcast.

performer Wink man signs ASL

Sign here

UC San Diego has a long history of researching and teaching American Sign Language.

Yanny Laurel UCSF

Yanny vs. Laurel: The science is in

How the perception twisting audio clip was able to set the internet aflame.

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