BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 28, 2022

Hyunkyu Michael Lee

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In Moffitt Library, Project IRENE, which is working to digitize nearly 3000 century-old recordings of several Native American languages, is entering its third year.
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In Moffitt Library, Project IRENE, which is working to digitize nearly 3000 century-old recordings of several Native American languages, is entering its third year.
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A recent study found a discrepancy in publication for most STEM programs at UC Berkeley, but found the campus’s College of Chemistry to be a surprising exception to the trend.
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A recent study found a discrepancy in publication for most STEM programs at UC Berkeley, but found the campus’s College of Chemistry to be a surprising exception to the trend.
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Many campus professors fear that potential cuts could harm present and future research or mean fewer available research positions for graduate students.
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Many campus professors fear that potential cuts could harm present and future research or mean fewer available research positions for graduate students.
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Community lawyers and activists held a "Know Your Rights" panel at Berkeley City College on Thursday, in which they answered the audience's questions regarding immigration and privacy rights.
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Community lawyers and activists held a "Know Your Rights" panel at Berkeley City College on Thursday, in which they answered the audience's questions regarding immigration and privacy rights.
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A tentative settlement has been reached between the city of Berkeley and journalists and demonstrators in a civil lawsuit regarding the Berkeley Police Department’s alleged use of force at a 2014 demonstration.
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A tentative settlement has been reached between the city of Berkeley and journalists and demonstrators in a civil lawsuit regarding the Berkeley Police Department’s alleged use of force at a 2014 demonstration.
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Fewer burrowing owls are returning to the Berkeley area as their population continues to dwindle, not only in California but across North America.
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Fewer burrowing owls are returning to the Berkeley area as their population continues to dwindle, not only in California but across North America.
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BCR invited Yiannopoulos to visit the campus as part of his 18-stop tour across U.S. colleges. His impending visit has generated controversy across the campus community given his straightforwardness and extreme conservative views. UCPD has determined the $10,000 to be a rough assessment of the costs of security, according to campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof.
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BCR invited Yiannopoulos to visit the campus as part of his 18-stop tour across U.S. colleges. His impending visit has generated controversy across the campus community given his straightforwardness and extreme conservative views. UCPD has determined the $10,000 to be a rough assessment of the costs of security, according to campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof.
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UC Berkeley saw a growth of 7.7 percent in applications from Californian residents, while the number of in-state applicants to all nine undergraduate campuses increased by 6 percent, nearly tripling from last year.
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UC Berkeley saw a growth of 7.7 percent in applications from Californian residents, while the number of in-state applicants to all nine undergraduate campuses increased by 6 percent, nearly tripling from last year.
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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board heard arguments regarding a patent dispute over the methods employed in CRISPR, a natural bacterial defense mechanism that some scientists have used to modify DNA.
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The Patent Trial and Appeal Board heard arguments regarding a patent dispute over the methods employed in CRISPR, a natural bacterial defense mechanism that some scientists have used to modify DNA.
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With RRR week upon on us and finals looming over our tired bodies ready to take the last of our energy, students are searching for guidance on how to survive the next two weeks. The perfect role model? Rory Gilmore.
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With RRR week upon on us and finals looming over our tired bodies ready to take the last of our energy, students are searching for guidance on how to survive the next two weeks. The perfect role model? Rory Gilmore.
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