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Professor Pay-checker

The Daily Californian processed the last decade of payroll information for UC Berkeley faculty, creating the most complete, searchable database of professor and lecturer pay by campus department.
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Breaking down the status of affirmative action at UC Berkeley

The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a significant victory to supporters of affirmative action June 23 when it upheld the consideration of race in the admissions policy of the University of Texas at Austin. But the decision won’t impact the university’s admissions policy because California state law supersedes the verdict.
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Archive: stop the cutbacks

The public trust

State disinvestment, rising tuition costs, more out-of-state students, increased private research funding and a greater emphasis on alumni giving have left some questioning whether UC Berkeley is drifting farther from its public mission and closer to the private universities with which it has always competed.
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Election 2012: How does Prop. 30 compare to Prop. 38?

This election season, two competing tax measures are vying for votes on the California state ballot. Proposition 30 and Proposition 38 both promise to increase state funding and support California schools. But they differ in many aspects. Learn what these difference are and how they will affect students and residents
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