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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Adrianna Dinolfo

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After more than eight years as UC Berkeley’s first vice chancellor for equity and inclusion, Gibor Basri intends to step down at the end of the academic school year, leaving behind him a multifaceted legacy.
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After more than eight years as UC Berkeley’s first vice chancellor for equity and inclusion, Gibor Basri intends to step down at the end of the academic school year, leaving behind him a multifaceted legacy.
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A team of eleven first-year School of Information graduate students received the grand prize in this weekend’s “HackTheHearst” competition for their new web application Yapi Kapi - an online catalogue of hundreds of thousands of artifacts held at UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
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A team of eleven first-year School of Information graduate students received the grand prize in this weekend’s “HackTheHearst” competition for their new web application Yapi Kapi - an online catalogue of hundreds of thousands of artifacts held at UC Berkeley’s Hearst Museum of Anthropology.
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UC Berkeley’s Interlibrary Services is now coordinating with roughly 30 international institutions to exchange humanities resources as part of a pilot program.
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UC Berkeley’s Interlibrary Services is now coordinating with roughly 30 international institutions to exchange humanities resources as part of a pilot program.
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Though some Berkeley residents were shaken from their slumber following the earthquake that struck Napa in late August, UC Berkeley astronomy professor Joshua Bloom and his wife Ana were woken by something else five seconds earlier: the sound of Bloom’s self-made earthquake alarm.
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Though some Berkeley residents were shaken from their slumber following the earthquake that struck Napa in late August, UC Berkeley astronomy professor Joshua Bloom and his wife Ana were woken by something else five seconds earlier: the sound of Bloom’s self-made earthquake alarm.
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Former Dean of UC Berkeley’s School of Law and Professor Emeritus Sanford Kadish, one of Berkeley’s most distinguished law professors, died Friday, Sept. 5 of kidney failure at age 92.
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Former Dean of UC Berkeley’s School of Law and Professor Emeritus Sanford Kadish, one of Berkeley’s most distinguished law professors, died Friday, Sept. 5 of kidney failure at age 92.
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UC Berkeley physics professor Bob Jacobsen will serve a one-year term as the interim dean of undergraduate studies in the College of Letters and Science starting July 1.
UC Berkeley physics professor Bob Jacobsen will serve a one-year term as the interim dean of undergraduate studies in the College of Letters and Science starting July 1.
In the multi-million dollar redevelopment of Lower Sproul Plaza, ASUC officials and other students have made something clear: the student voice should serve as the backbone of the project.
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In the multi-million dollar redevelopment of Lower Sproul Plaza, ASUC officials and other students have made something clear: the student voice should serve as the backbone of the project.
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