This is monumental. I will always consider the Wiseman type mega-length, unobtrusive, observational documentaries to be the best kinds of docs. Something that presents scenes, conversations, processes, protests as they are. But with sequencing of these scenes and the compilation of a wide variety of subjects and perspectives you as an audience get a holistic view of the institution. Leaving my own private college institution, I see a lot of the issues that UC Berkeley faces echoed in small parts in my own school. But more importantly the documentary reinforced to me how amazing a higher level eduction (especially a somewhat publicly funded one) is. It's pretty incredible.
Some highlights are the group of low income students talking about how they go about affording Berkeley with loans, the group of student veterans talking about their experiences, the administration dealing with the students' protest for free education.