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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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

Chloee Weiner

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UC Berkeley's EECS program has the lowest proportion of female graduates of any degree on campus. The department has a strategy to close the gap — but how far can these programs go?
UC Berkeley's EECS program has the lowest proportion of female graduates of any degree on campus. The department has a strategy to close the gap — but how far can these programs go?
Two UC Berkeley graduate students and one alumna named in a pair of defamation suits by campus assistant professor Blake Wentworth, will file a motion to dismiss his complaint amidst a campus investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him.
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Two UC Berkeley graduate students and one alumna named in a pair of defamation suits by campus assistant professor Blake Wentworth, will file a motion to dismiss his complaint amidst a campus investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him.
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The UC Berkeley Sigma chapter of sorority Alpha Omicron Pi was stripped of its charter last week — a decision it will appeal to the international organization.
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The UC Berkeley Sigma chapter of sorority Alpha Omicron Pi was stripped of its charter last week — a decision it will appeal to the international organization.
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Bowles Hall reopened this year as a privately-operated, coed residential college, culminating an 11-year effort to revitalize the stately manor that has further stratified the array of housing options available to UC Berkeley undergraduates.
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Bowles Hall reopened this year as a privately-operated, coed residential college, culminating an 11-year effort to revitalize the stately manor that has further stratified the array of housing options available to UC Berkeley undergraduates.
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State disinvestment, rising tuition costs, more out-of-state students, increased private research funding and a greater emphasis on alumni giving have left some questioning whether UC Berkeley is drifting farther from its public mission and closer to the private universities with which it has always competed.
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State disinvestment, rising tuition costs, more out-of-state students, increased private research funding and a greater emphasis on alumni giving have left some questioning whether UC Berkeley is drifting farther from its public mission and closer to the private universities with which it has always competed.
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The campus will consider a case Tuesday brought by a widely known math lecturer who has amassed an army of student support over the past week.
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The campus will consider a case Tuesday brought by a widely known math lecturer who has amassed an army of student support over the past week.
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A widely known lecturer in the math department may be dismissed from UC Berkeley next year after a decision reached by department leadership.
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A widely known lecturer in the math department may be dismissed from UC Berkeley next year after a decision reached by department leadership.
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South Berkeley residents are mobilizing around a city project to revitalize their neighborhood, which some worry could spell displacement and proliferate patterns of gentrification seen across the Bay Area.
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South Berkeley residents are mobilizing around a city project to revitalize their neighborhood, which some worry could spell displacement and proliferate patterns of gentrification seen across the Bay Area.
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UC Berkeley alumna Yvonne Young is set to launch a new chapter millions of miles away from Earth.
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UC Berkeley alumna Yvonne Young is set to launch a new chapter millions of miles away from Earth.
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Marc Benioff, founder and CEO of the cloud-computing company Salesforce.com, will deliver the keynote address at UC Berkeley’s 2015 general commencement ceremony, the campus announced Thursday.
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Marc Benioff, founder and CEO of the cloud-computing company Salesforce.com, will deliver the keynote address at UC Berkeley’s 2015 general commencement ceremony, the campus announced Thursday.
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