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The new recalibrate website can help you find the help you need.
Berkeley launches a new wellness website, recalibrate, as part of the UC systemwide Healthy Campus Network (HCN) initiative, aiming “to make UC the healthiest place to work, learn, and live.”
If you find yourself needing assistance over the winter break (or at any time of year), here are some options.
Welcome and orientation activities are underway — be sure that you access all that Berkeley offers!
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At Berkeley, there are an estimated 1,000 graduate students and 9,000 undergraduates who meet the criteria for CalFresh, and who may not…
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Research from the Greater Good Science Center shows the benefits of practicing gratitude.
Learn more about Berkeley Rec Sports and their new initiatives for the Fall!
May 2016 marks the first National Mental Health Awareness Month, mental health organizations nationwide use this month to raise awareness, reduce stigma, and advocate for better resources for mental illness.