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Slow down but don’t stop. It’s summer at Berkeley

Slow down but don’t stop. It’s summer at Berkeley with photos

June 2, 2015:

The campus is downshifting into a relaxed but still lively summer season, with enrollment again expected to top 16,000. Of this year’s more than 4,300 visiting students, 3,084 are from overseas and 1,224 are U.S. residents. More than 1,800 will be taking online courses, a 12 percent increase over last year.

Anthropologist Gerald D. Berreman, expert on inequality in India and leader on ethical standards, dies at 83

Anthropologist Gerald D. Berreman, expert on inequality in India and leader on ethical standards, dies at 83 January 7, 2014:

From studying inequality in India and debunking a hoax about indigenous people to calling for “human interest anthropology,” Gerald Berreman left his mark. He died in December at the age of 83.

Vigil and benefit concert planned for people affected by Philippines typhoon

Vigil and benefit concert planned for people affected by Philippines typhoon November 14, 2013:

A vigil for victims and survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines will be held on the steps of International House tonight (Friday, Nov. 15) at 5:30 p.m. Earlier in the week, Chancellor Dirks sent a message of support, writing, “Our thoughts are with the people of the Philippines.”