The Berkeley Beacon News Hour 12/4: Global Pathways film festival, new study abroad opportunities, and wellness checks

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Media: Matt Barrett

The Office of Internationalization and Global Engagement hosted the Global Pathways Film Festival as part of the college’s sixth annual International Education Week.

Listen to “The Berkeley Beacon News Hour on WECB 12/4: Global Pathways film festival, new study abroad opportunities, and wellness checks” on Spreaker.

Berkeley Beacon editors went live on WECB with the latest episode of The Berkeley Beacon News Hour—a morning radio program dedicated to discussing both campus and city news with a splice of music in between.

The show airs on WECB at 8 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and is hosted by Visual Managing Editor Kyle Bray, Copy Managing Editor Abigail Hadfield, News Editor Stephanie Purifoy, and Editor-in-Chief Chris Van Buskirk.

On the Dec. 4 show, editors discussed the new Global Pathways film festival, new study abroad opportunities in Sweden, Japan, Ecuador, and Montreal, and the racial disparities in wellness checks on campus.

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