BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 02, 2022

Ella Colbert

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Anne Middleton, a renowned expert on medieval literature and one of the first female professors to break into the UC Berkeley Department of English, died last fall at the age of 76. Members of the campus community gathered Saturday afternoon to honor her memory.
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Anne Middleton, a renowned expert on medieval literature and one of the first female professors to break into the UC Berkeley Department of English, died last fall at the age of 76. Members of the campus community gathered Saturday afternoon to honor her memory.
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The seismically unfit former home of the UC Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies at 2223 Fulton St. is slated for demolition in 2018.
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The seismically unfit former home of the UC Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies at 2223 Fulton St. is slated for demolition in 2018.
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A poll conducted by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies showed that 51 percent of voters living in the San Francisco Bay Area have considered moving due to the rising cost of housing.
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A poll conducted by the UC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies showed that 51 percent of voters living in the San Francisco Bay Area have considered moving due to the rising cost of housing.
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ASUC President Zaynab AbdulQadir-Morris received an email from the UC Berkeley financial aid office Sept. 13 suggesting that she apply for an emergency loan because her financial aid had not yet been disbursed.
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ASUC President Zaynab AbdulQadir-Morris received an email from the UC Berkeley financial aid office Sept. 13 suggesting that she apply for an emergency loan because her financial aid had not yet been disbursed.
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The U.S. Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals heard oral arguments from both UC Berkeley and activist group By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, in the latter's ongoing lawsuit regarding the Occupy Cal protests in 2011.
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The U.S. Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals heard oral arguments from both UC Berkeley and activist group By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, in the latter's ongoing lawsuit regarding the Occupy Cal protests in 2011.
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