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A day after militants published a video showing the beheading of photojournalist James Foley in Syria, Berkeley J-School Dean Ed Wasserman reached out to Bradley Hamm, dean of Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism — Foley's alma mater — to offer thoughts of condolence.
A $300,000 fundraising drive, now under way, honors the legacy of alumnus and professor Marlon T. Riggs.
The Mysterious Fungus Infecting the American Southwest by Madeleine Thomas - class of 2014
Red Ball of a Sun Slipping Down speaks of remembrance and change, of struggle and privation, of loving and loss, of then and now. B&W photographs taken years ago but never before published are interwoven with recent color photographs, that relates Richards’s relationship with an impoverished delta family as well as a growing awareness of his own aging and mortality.
Provocative, informative, and wildly entertaining, ACID TEST is a timely and controversial take on the potential psychedelic renaissance that is changing lives, clinical trial by clinical trial.
Under the direction of Constance Hale, this Cal conference brings together top editors and an audience of talented, veteran writers.
Winner of Online News Association's award for best individual student multimedia story on health disparities in Oakland neighborhoods.
Fearless, interactive documentary project on sexual harassment in India, successfully used the Kickstarter crowd funding platform to raise $5,575.
Univision-Fusion piece on Chile's neoconservative economic and political model, as outlined in the book, "El Otro Modelo."
For over 40 years Jschool Faculty member and Professor Ken Light has been focusing his camera and his eye on social issues facing America.