Photo Essay: Schools in session

A photo essay on UC Berkeley's colleges
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Students in Chemistry 115, "Organic Chemistry — Advanced Laboratory Methods," perform an experiment in Latimer Hall. The College of Chemistry houses three undergraduate majors — chemistry, chemical biology and chemical engineering — along with master's and doctoral programs.

UC Berkeley’s 14 schools and colleges offer a nearly endless supply of degrees — from undergraduate minors in education to doctorate programs in information management. What do they all have in common? The students, who act as a constant source of ingenuity and passion on campus.
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Jeffrey MacKie-Mason, manager of knowledge

  Ten o’clock Monday morning at UC Berkeley. Outside, people are hustling in every direction, hundreds of people throughout the day: frazzled people, fast people, people peering at other people, people buried in their phones or in books or magazines, many people not looking at anything at all — and
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3 UC Berkeley students win Yelp award

When three UC Berkeley students entered their computer science project last semester into a competition run by the business review site Yelp, they doubted they would win $5,000 and a meeting with the company’s representatives in San Francisco.
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