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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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

Connor Grubaugh

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A liberal education must be an education in virtue, an immersion in the ideas that allow individuals to reason beyond their mere interests as dictated by circumstance, in the mystery of their place and purpose in the world. Such an education is not “safe”: It requires the uncomfortable examination of values in an environment of withdrawn silence, far from the cacophony of pop culture, daily news and social media that so easily drowns out rational thought.
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A liberal education must be an education in virtue, an immersion in the ideas that allow individuals to reason beyond their mere interests as dictated by circumstance, in the mystery of their place and purpose in the world. Such an education is not “safe”: It requires the uncomfortable examination of values in an environment of withdrawn silence, far from the cacophony of pop culture, daily news and social media that so easily drowns out rational thought.
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I’ve almost always been a compulsive list-maker, as my sticky note and bulletin board-covered abodes over the last few years here in Berkeley can easily attest.
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I’ve almost always been a compulsive list-maker, as my sticky note and bulletin board-covered abodes over the last few years here in Berkeley can easily attest.
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Sen. Leland Yee represented a consistent and formidable thorn in the side of the UC system for years, frequently positioning himself at odds with the university’s publicly stated legislative priorities.
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Sen. Leland Yee represented a consistent and formidable thorn in the side of the UC system for years, frequently positioning himself at odds with the university’s publicly stated legislative priorities.
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A trailing California gubernatorial candidate released an extensive plan to overhaul the state’s education system Tuesday, proposing a major expansion of online course offerings and free tuition for students in math and science degree programs statewide, among other initiatives.
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A trailing California gubernatorial candidate released an extensive plan to overhaul the state’s education system Tuesday, proposing a major expansion of online course offerings and free tuition for students in math and science degree programs statewide, among other initiatives.
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The UC Board of Regents analyzed California’s 2014-15 budget Wednesday, raising concerns among students, regents and others about the university’s financial outlook, which could have major implications for student tuition and fees.
The UC Board of Regents analyzed California’s 2014-15 budget Wednesday, raising concerns among students, regents and others about the university’s financial outlook, which could have major implications for student tuition and fees.
The Daily Californian sat down with UC President Janet Napolitano at her office in Oakland on Friday to talk about some long-standing issues the university will continue to face in the coming months and years.
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The Daily Californian sat down with UC President Janet Napolitano at her office in Oakland on Friday to talk about some long-standing issues the university will continue to face in the coming months and years.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene Wednesday for its second meeting of the year to discuss the university’s 2014-15 budget, campus inclusivity and student protest response policies, as well as vote on construction of a new UC Berkeley building to replace the aging Tolman Hall.
The UC Board of Regents will convene Wednesday for its second meeting of the year to discuss the university’s 2014-15 budget, campus inclusivity and student protest response policies, as well as vote on construction of a new UC Berkeley building to replace the aging Tolman Hall.
Momentum is gathering at UC Berkeley to improve veterans services and attract new students. Facing a rapidly growing student veteran population, the campus confronts the challenge of providing for a diverse and unique demographic.
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Momentum is gathering at UC Berkeley to improve veterans services and attract new students. Facing a rapidly growing student veteran population, the campus confronts the challenge of providing for a diverse and unique demographic.
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