As a news reporter for The Daily Californian, you will write for one of the nation’s oldest and most respected student newspapers, investigating the day’s breaking stories and looking into some of the most controversial issues facing our campus, the UC system and the city of Berkeley.
You will have the opportunity to interview influential campus, university and city leaders and report what you find to more than 35,000 students and 100,000 Berkeley residents. Reporters stay in the know about everything that goes on in Berkeley, covering a variety of topics that include student demonstrations, the actions of campus leaders and city homicides. News reporters also have the opportunity to work on longer-term enterprise stories — stories that a reporter unearths and explores on her own that can be more in-depth than daily news articles.
The ability to research, conduct interviews, work under pressure and write clearly and concisely is important to this position. Prior news experience is a plus but not required.