BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 25, 2022

Adam Iscoe

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Over half of the chancellor’s cabinet has announced their resignations in the past 19 months, including all but one of the campus’s vice chancellors and vice provosts, casting doubt on UC Berkeley’s reputation and ability to govern itself effectively.
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Over half of the chancellor’s cabinet has announced their resignations in the past 19 months, including all but one of the campus’s vice chancellors and vice provosts, casting doubt on UC Berkeley’s reputation and ability to govern itself effectively.
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Tyann Sorrell said her decision to return was a protest against the campus’s oversight of her sexual misconduct case and an affirmation to herself and other victims of the right to work in a workplace free of sexual harassment and assault.
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Tyann Sorrell said her decision to return was a protest against the campus’s oversight of her sexual misconduct case and an affirmation to herself and other victims of the right to work in a workplace free of sexual harassment and assault.
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UC Berkeley’s latest attempt to address the campus’s convoluted sexual misconduct adjudication process is a new campus peer review panel — a solution that arrives one month after the panel's previously announced deadline.
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UC Berkeley’s latest attempt to address the campus’s convoluted sexual misconduct adjudication process is a new campus peer review panel — a solution that arrives one month after the panel's previously announced deadline.
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Hesse said she hopes to announce the membership of a UC Berkeley peer review committee next month — independent of the systemwide committee announced by Napolitano in March — which would serve as "a confidential panel of peers” to advise the chancellor on proposed sanctions for sexual assault and harassment on campus.
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Hesse said she hopes to announce the membership of a UC Berkeley peer review committee next month — independent of the systemwide committee announced by Napolitano in March — which would serve as "a confidential panel of peers” to advise the chancellor on proposed sanctions for sexual assault and harassment on campus.
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California lawmakers passed a bill Monday that would mandate prison sentences for individuals convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious victim, seeking to close a legal loophole that lawmakers say allows convicted felons such as Brock Turner to receive more lenient sentencing.
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California lawmakers passed a bill Monday that would mandate prison sentences for individuals convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious victim, seeking to close a legal loophole that lawmakers say allows convicted felons such as Brock Turner to receive more lenient sentencing.
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Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf endorsed Laurie Capitelli in the Berkeley mayoral race last week, joining several East Bay elected officials who have rallied behind the council member ahead of the November election.
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Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf endorsed Laurie Capitelli in the Berkeley mayoral race last week, joining several East Bay elected officials who have rallied behind the council member ahead of the November election.
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Several Berkeley Student Cooperative members will be forced to seek alternative housing arrangements next fall due to changes in the cooperative’s online enrollment and registration system.
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Several Berkeley Student Cooperative members will be forced to seek alternative housing arrangements next fall due to changes in the cooperative’s online enrollment and registration system.
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Nearly 30 UC Berkeley students and staff members attended two teach-ins on campus Tuesday, criticizing the administration’s response to recent sexual misconduct cases.
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Nearly 30 UC Berkeley students and staff members attended two teach-ins on campus Tuesday, criticizing the administration’s response to recent sexual misconduct cases.
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An alliance of labor activists, elected officials, students and community members announced Monday that they have successfully collected the necessary signatures to place a $15 minimum wage initiative on Berkeley’s November ballot.
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An alliance of labor activists, elected officials, students and community members announced Monday that they have successfully collected the necessary signatures to place a $15 minimum wage initiative on Berkeley’s November ballot.
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