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Listen to the new I-House Alumni Spotlight podcast, featuring Kathryn Anthony (IH 1976-79) https://t.co/fxIVkWF8aq
Interview by @chancellore_ https://t.co/kCcyjkWmZY
Just posted a photo @ International House, UC Berkeley https://t.co/vrWqhbwPdS
RT @UCBerkeleyLib: RIP, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Less than a year ago, she was receiving a warm @UCBerkeley welcome. 🐻 @berkeleyside https://t.co/QVqtC5NrCq
Honoring Community Through Service
By Valerie Ong
When I saw the call for nominations for the 2019-20 Chancellor’s Awards for Public Service, I immediately thought of International House resident Benn
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@chancellore_ recently interviewed I-House alumna and architecture expert Kathryn Anthony (IH 1976-79) for our I-House Spotlight series where she discussed her favorite me
Our social media ambassador @chancellore_ recently interviewed I-House alumna and architecture expert Kathryn Anthony (IH 1976-79) for our I-House Spotlight series where she discussed her favorite mem
A Fireside Chat with Dr. Anthony Fauci at the Berkeley Forum, Oct. 8. Sponsored by @berkeleyforum and @GoldmanSchool of Public Policy @Cal. https://t.co/YsEoQXUDVx
How Kamala Harris’s Immigrant Parents Found a Home, and Each Other, @cal https://t.co/MCOXpEz1SZ
Former @calmenswim Swimmer Mike Thomas '19 Facing New Challenge As Wildland Firefighter #GoBears https://t.co/efmN2CcRRb
Cal Professor's Creative Video Lessons Keep Students Engaged #GoBears https://t.co/j8uykbwRW6
A photo of Rotary World Peace Scholars releasing doves at a Celebration of Peace in remembrance of 9/11 (circa 2002). Today we honor the lives that were lost on this day nineteen years ago. 📸: Lori A.
@RicEllis85 Not even close
Dr. Marian Diamond (IH 1949-52) is among California’s most influential women on centennial list https://t.co/DA0Ei5IrLe https://t.co/rYq0QzNQ2u
...from all over the world. Those days are enshrined in my memory.”
- Joseph Jedeikin (IH 1949-1952)
Visit https://t.co/GqAS5m3ApN to read more about him and other alumni stories of I-House! Got a fav
...to Berkeley, then walking from Shattuck to Piedmont Ave and seeing the impressive I House for the first time. The silver haired Executive Director Mr Blaisdell admitted me, the start of living in m
It was 1946, I was 19 and it was an unforgettable day, standing on the deck of the SS Argonaut, experiencing my first sight of America which was the elegant and stately Golden Gate Bridge. The very ne
The reason for that was that my country Latvia was now occupied by the Soviet Union which made me stateless.
Now I could finally plan my college days. Accepted by UC Berkeley I was issued a student visa by the US consul, not on my Latvian passport but on a blank piece of paper on which I signed an affidavit.
Joseph Jedeikin (IH 1946-52) “I lived in Shanghai during the war under Japanese occupation. It was rough waiting all these years until it finally happened: Japan’s surrender on the USS Missouri. https
.@BerkeleyHaas and @BerkeleyLaw profs unite to help create state fund for small businesses https://t.co/1FhblKcOb3