Tune in to The Graduates Tuesday, April 13th @ 9AM for an interview with Madeline Zoltek from the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology at UC Berkeley. Madeline is a second year graduate student in Alanna Schepartz's laboratory. In the interview, she discusses her thesis project which investigates a method of protein delivery into the cytosol of cells and has great implications for the field of biological therapeutics.
On Tuesday 4/6 at 4pm, join Tina "Boom Boom" Lucchesi (of Bay Area bands like The Trashwomen, Bobbyteens, Deadly Weapons & more) and 8-year-olds Irma & Sutton of 3 O'Clock Rock band Black Twinkle as they share the songs that changed their lives. 3 O'Clock Rock is an after-school music program in Oakland for kids and adults.
Save the date! UC Berkeley is hosting a virtual Cal Week with hundreds of events available to help you explore campus, discover resources, and meet members of our community online. Cal Week Virtual events will take place April 24th through April 30th.
Tune in to The Graduates this Tuesday for an interview with Kevin Roberts from the Department of Integrative Biology. Kevin studies how willow beetles in the eastern Sierras tolerate cold winters. In the interview, he discusses how he became interested in insects and how he studies the effects of cold on insects.
Fonda 500 are a highly individual, unpredictable and unapologetically irreverent five piece band from Hull, England who make incredibly original, trend defying- wall of sound pop music, that mixes multi-textured, melodic grooves with beautifully tender moments of melancholy and pathos.
Catch this season of Cal Baseball as it swings onto the KALX airwaves!
On Tuesday 3/23 at 4pm, join Chris & Michelle Santamaria (the siblings behind '90s LA garage-punk band Loli & the Chones), Bay Area septuagenarian punk rocker Linda XYZ of Linda XYZ Band, and KALX DJ A Thousand Records as they share the songs that changed their lives. Linda XYZ Band will be performing a free, live outdoor show at Winters Tavern in Pacifica on Saturday, April 3.