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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Bobby Lee

Bobby Lee was a reporter and news editor for The Daily Californian. He will be joining Bloomberg L.P. as a news intern in Fall 2017. Contact him at <a href="mailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a> and follow him on Twitter at <a href="https://twitter.com/rb_bobbylee">@rb_bobbylee</a>.

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The City of Berkeley is now advising community members to “stay away” from an alt-right “No to Marxism in America” rally scheduled in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on Aug. 27 and to not "create alternative events near downtown Berkeley."
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The City of Berkeley is now advising community members to “stay away” from an alt-right “No to Marxism in America” rally scheduled in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on Aug. 27 and to not "create alternative events near downtown Berkeley."
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UC Berkeley’s fall 2017 new student convocation was much more a lively, raucous concert than a typical series of speeches.
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UC Berkeley’s fall 2017 new student convocation was much more a lively, raucous concert than a typical series of speeches.
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I want to welcome you, freshman me, to UC Berkeley, just as I, graduate me, leave. I’m here to offer some advice to you, based on my reflection on the experience you will have here at UC Berkeley. Your journey here will not be particularly special, uniquely profound or spectacular. But it’s yours, nonetheless.
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I want to welcome you, freshman me, to UC Berkeley, just as I, graduate me, leave. I’m here to offer some advice to you, based on my reflection on the experience you will have here at UC Berkeley. Your journey here will not be particularly special, uniquely profound or spectacular. But it’s yours, nonetheless.
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Summer Sessions is considering, among other measures, cutting $2.5 million in financial aid, exploring the development of additional minors and expanding the campus’s programming associated with pre-collegiate and international students.
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Summer Sessions is considering, among other measures, cutting $2.5 million in financial aid, exploring the development of additional minors and expanding the campus’s programming associated with pre-collegiate and international students.
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Demonstrators temporarily shut down eastbound traffic on Highway 580 as part of a Saturday night demonstration in response to white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia on Friday and Saturday morning.
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Demonstrators temporarily shut down eastbound traffic on Highway 580 as part of a Saturday night demonstration in response to white nationalist protests in Charlottesville, Virginia on Friday and Saturday morning.
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The University of California reached a $1.3 million settlement with the United States Department of Labor in late May after the university was found to have underpaid thousands of university employees.
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The University of California reached a $1.3 million settlement with the United States Department of Labor in late May after the university was found to have underpaid thousands of university employees.
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The campus has unveiled its response to an imposing financial crisis with its 2017-18 budget, highlighted by more than $20 million in cuts to academic, research and administrative expenses.
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The campus has unveiled its response to an imposing financial crisis with its 2017-18 budget, highlighted by more than $20 million in cuts to academic, research and administrative expenses.
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Students who rely on campus dining services after midnight will need to prepare to search for other options — next semester, Cal Dining will offer no sit-down dining options after 11 p.m., with Crossroads dining hall no longer open until 2 a.m.
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Students who rely on campus dining services after midnight will need to prepare to search for other options — next semester, Cal Dining will offer no sit-down dining options after 11 p.m., with Crossroads dining hall no longer open until 2 a.m.
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A Concord man, Alfredo Bautista, allegedly admitted to a police officer he used a cigarette lighter to start Wednesday’s Grizzly Fire after a road rage incident earlier in the morning.
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A Concord man, Alfredo Bautista, allegedly admitted to a police officer he used a cigarette lighter to start Wednesday’s Grizzly Fire after a road rage incident earlier in the morning.
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Former chancellor Nicholas Dirks will be paid $434,000 by UC Berkeley through the next academic year, more than 80 percent of his pay as the campus’s former top administrator — even though Dirks will not return to teaching on campus until fall 2018.
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Former chancellor Nicholas Dirks will be paid $434,000 by UC Berkeley through the next academic year, more than 80 percent of his pay as the campus’s former top administrator — even though Dirks will not return to teaching on campus until fall 2018.
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