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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, and the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, made little progress on lecturer contract negotiations this week as they approach a potential impasse, according to Kendra Levine, UC-AFT Unit 17 chair and research librarian.
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The University Council-American Federation of Teachers, or UC-AFT, and the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, made little progress on lecturer contract negotiations this week as they approach a potential impasse, according to Kendra Levine, UC-AFT Unit 17 chair and research librarian.
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As the city of Berkeley looks to implement the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, this summer to increase policing transparency and public trust, the community remains both doubtful and hopeful.
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As the city of Berkeley looks to implement the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, this summer to increase policing transparency and public trust, the community remains both doubtful and hopeful.
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Following an investigation into Alameda County’s mental care system, the U.S. Department of Justice, or DOJ, issued a report April 22 detailing potential constitutional violations.
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Following an investigation into Alameda County’s mental care system, the U.S. Department of Justice, or DOJ, issued a report April 22 detailing potential constitutional violations.
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In light of Derek Chauvin's conviction for the murder of George Floyd, the Berkeley community responded with sadness, anger, relief and the recognition that the fight is far from over.
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In light of Derek Chauvin's conviction for the murder of George Floyd, the Berkeley community responded with sadness, anger, relief and the recognition that the fight is far from over.
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Berkeley’s Police Review Commission discussed next steps in its transition to the Police Accountability Board at a meeting Wednesday evening.
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Berkeley’s Police Review Commission discussed next steps in its transition to the Police Accountability Board at a meeting Wednesday evening.
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As Alameda County moves into the orange tier of the state's reopening plan, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ looks to welcome back a semblance of normalcy to campus in the fall.
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As Alameda County moves into the orange tier of the state's reopening plan, UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ looks to welcome back a semblance of normalcy to campus in the fall.
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CRISPR genome editing technology, which was developed at UC Berkeley, has been approved for clinical trials to correct gene mutations responsible for sickle cell disease.
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CRISPR genome editing technology, which was developed at UC Berkeley, has been approved for clinical trials to correct gene mutations responsible for sickle cell disease.
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In the aftermath of an anti-Asian incident at University Village Albany, the UC Berkeley community reflected on rising anti-Asian sentiment throughout the country and at home.
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In the aftermath of an anti-Asian incident at University Village Albany, the UC Berkeley community reflected on rising anti-Asian sentiment throughout the country and at home.
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Though Wikipedia covers an array of topics from World War II to Taylor Swift’s discography, there is more to address in accuracy, public trust and representation, discussed Wikimedia Foundation CEO Katherine Maher at a Berkeley Forum event Thursday.
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Though Wikipedia covers an array of topics from World War II to Taylor Swift’s discography, there is more to address in accuracy, public trust and representation, discussed Wikimedia Foundation CEO Katherine Maher at a Berkeley Forum event Thursday.
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While school districts hope to welcome students back to in-person learning in the coming months, Bay Area teachers highlighted existing school infrastructure weaknesses and financial inequities.
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While school districts hope to welcome students back to in-person learning in the coming months, Bay Area teachers highlighted existing school infrastructure weaknesses and financial inequities.
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