It was a warm Wednesday night, a perfect ending to happy hour at Jupiters. As I walked along thinking happy thoughts, I saw a former student worker sitting on a curb between two cars having a very serious convo with a guy.
Difficult decisions were being discussed.
AH. I REMEMBER THOSE TALKS. Don’t you?! Oh, right, we still have them.
This is what the imagination can do.
Animated films made for adults, something the US doesn’t quite get.
In an extreme makeover for the traditional term paper, scores of UC Berkeley undergrads are working to research and write articles for Wikipedia, one of the world’s most visited websites worldwide. Their coach, 24-year-old Berkeley grad Kevin Gorman, is the first Wikipedian-in-residence at a U.S. college or university.
Two birds, one stone with this move: (1) support UC mission to provide public access to knowledge and (2) leverage Berkeley’s diverse student body to counter the white male from developed country profile of a typical Wikipedia contributor