We’re off for the summer — see you in September!
on June 5, 2015
Oakland North is a project of the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and now that it’s summer, our students are on break to work internships at other publications. We’ll be back to train a new class of student reporters in early September.
If you’ve found us over the summer, here are a few highlights from the coverage done by the 2014-15 Oakland North news crew:
Balancing Life as a roller derby girl by Nicole West
In East Oakland, a couple offers two-parent, 24-hour day care by Tom Goulding and Hannah Lawson
City Horse: An uphill journey by Noelia Gonzalez, Nicole West and Yngrid Fuentes
Made in Oakland: Four stories of a maker city in four objects by Alissa Greenberg, Lena Dakessian, Jacqueline Ipp and Alicia Vargas
Two cultures–Mexican and Vietnamese– come together in one Oakland kitchen by Justin Whiteman
The Buddha of Oakland by Deana Mitchell
MLK parklet becomes the seed for a neighborhood’s dreams by Jacqueline Ipp
Life on the trail: A day campaigning with Oakland’s mayoral candidates by Joshua Escobar, Alissa Greenberg, Sasha Lekach and Justin Whiteman
On the money: How much Oakland’s mayoral candidates have spent and raised by Molly Pierce and Nigel Manuel
Registrar’s map gives nuanced glimpse into Oakland mayoral results by Joshua Escobar and Alissa Greenberg
Oakland reacts to Ferguson grand jury decision by Deana Mitchell, James Pace-Cornsilk and Alyssa Jeong Perry
Peaceful Tuesday night Ferguson support march erupts into vandalism in the Temescal area by Joshua Escobar, Alissa Greenberg, Molly Pierce and Brett Murphy
Oakland protesters respond to decision not to indict in Eric Garner’s death by Brett Murphy and Tom Goulding
Oakland Day of the Dead altars shed light on political issues by Gabriela Arvizu
Thanks for reading, and we’ll see you back here in September!
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