My friend Amanda Armstrong can’t come on campus anymore, unless she’s there to study or teach. Unless she’s there, in the words of the Alameda County DA who charged her four months after their police beat her as she linked arms with her fellow protestors to protect an encampment put up on November 9th of last year, on “lawful business.” > Read More
Eva Hagberg is a Berkeley-based writer, architectural critic, and cyclist. She is the author of the books Dark Nostalgia and Nature Framed, and her writing has appeared in, among others, Metropolis, Wallpaper*, The New York Times, T: The New York Times Style Magazine, Wired, and Print. She is currently at work on a memoir about vertigo, and a PhD about something interesting possibly to do with buildings, she’s not quite sure what yet.