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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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

Anishi Patel

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Our campus has seen the construction of some of California’s most iconic and exemplary buildings — many of which still stand today.
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Our campus has seen the construction of some of California’s most iconic and exemplary buildings — many of which still stand today.
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Following the broadcast of an anti-Asian song called “Cats in the Kettle” in September 2021, UC Berkeley freeform radio station KALX 90.7 FM saw multiple student manager resignations.
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Following the broadcast of an anti-Asian song called “Cats in the Kettle” in September 2021, UC Berkeley freeform radio station KALX 90.7 FM saw multiple student manager resignations.
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Robert “Bob” Powell, campus political science professor, died Dec. 13. 
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Robert “Bob” Powell, campus political science professor, died Dec. 13. 
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Student demand for EECS and CS courses is increasing, leading some TAs to advocate for increased departmental funding and decreased student enrollment.  
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Student demand for EECS and CS courses is increasing, leading some TAs to advocate for increased departmental funding and decreased student enrollment.  
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers received a bargaining update and proposal from the UC Office of the President on Oct. 19. 
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers received a bargaining update and proposal from the UC Office of the President on Oct. 19. 
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David Romps alleged that BASC faculty rejected his request to invite speaker Dorian Abbot because of Abbot’s social and political beliefs. 
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David Romps alleged that BASC faculty rejected his request to invite speaker Dorian Abbot because of Abbot’s social and political beliefs. 
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss a ZAB appeal, security cameras in high-crime areas and a grant application to plant an urban forest.
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The Berkeley City Council met Tuesday to discuss a ZAB appeal, security cameras in high-crime areas and a grant application to plant an urban forest.
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In the wake of cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, strikes for higher graduate student wages, pay remains close to California minimum wage.
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In the wake of cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, strikes for higher graduate student wages, pay remains close to California minimum wage.
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The ASUC Senate passed SR 21/22-019 in support of U.S. House Resolution 2590 and delivered committee and office updates Wednesday. 
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The ASUC Senate passed SR 21/22-019 in support of U.S. House Resolution 2590 and delivered committee and office updates Wednesday. 
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In their first day of fall meetings, the UC Regents heard public comment, reviewed the university’s investment portfolios and discussed recent developments at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. 
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In their first day of fall meetings, the UC Regents heard public comment, reviewed the university’s investment portfolios and discussed recent developments at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. 
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