Category Archives: Campus Health

People’s Park and the Persistence of Homelessness

The historic People’s Park was built by the Berkeley community, after the abandonment of a UC Berkeley project to use the area for additional housing during the late 1960’s. For the decades since, the site has been at the center of heated debate. In 2019,

Overhead view of a group of people sit around a table at a meeting with laptops and notepads in front of them.

Cultural Competency Training: Importance and Critiques

A current UC Berkeley student, who chooses to remain anonymous, is in a session with a counselor at the Tang Center, the hub of university health services. She tells her counselor that her mother disowned her, and that she now lives on her own with

Sleeping Towards Success

Sleep has been shown to have significant ramifications on individuals’ physical and mental health. What strategies exist to help us sleep towards success?