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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The American Association for the Advancement of Science announced Nov. 24 the election of four campus faculty members as fellows.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science announced Nov. 24 the election of four campus faculty members as fellows.
On Thursday evening the campus wrapped up the first of what is planned to be an annual fundraising drive, the Big Give, organizers hope to make the event a tradition coinciding with the week of the Big Game against Leland Stanford Junior University.
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On Thursday evening the campus wrapped up the first of what is planned to be an annual fundraising drive, the Big Give, organizers hope to make the event a tradition coinciding with the week of the Big Game against Leland Stanford Junior University.
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Richard Thomas, 17, was sentenced to seven years in juvenile detention Friday for assaulting Sasha Fleischman in November of 2013. Thomas pled guilty to lighting the skirt of the agender teen on fire as the victim slept on an AC transit bus.
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Richard Thomas, 17, was sentenced to seven years in juvenile detention Friday for assaulting Sasha Fleischman in November of 2013. Thomas pled guilty to lighting the skirt of the agender teen on fire as the victim slept on an AC transit bus.
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Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab published a paper in October in the journal Cell Cycle detailing a novel method for creating immortal human mammary epithelial cells, the study of which may lead to more treatment options.
Researchers at Lawrence Berkeley National Lab published a paper in October in the journal Cell Cycle detailing a novel method for creating immortal human mammary epithelial cells, the study of which may lead to more treatment options.
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The campus Academic Senate, the representative body for faculty, increased GPA requirements Oct. 17 in admissions criteria of student-athletes in an attempt to improve their graduation rates.
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The campus Academic Senate, the representative body for faculty, increased GPA requirements Oct. 17 in admissions criteria of student-athletes in an attempt to improve their graduation rates.
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A traffic infrastructure renovation at the intersection of Gilman Street and Interstate 80 has moved closer to realization after Caltrans approved a proposed double roundabout design to address chronic traffic problems and a high number of accidents and complaints.
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A traffic infrastructure renovation at the intersection of Gilman Street and Interstate 80 has moved closer to realization after Caltrans approved a proposed double roundabout design to address chronic traffic problems and a high number of accidents and complaints.
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U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz cut the inaugural ribbon Thursday on a new facility in Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory built to house innovative partnerships between energy research labs.
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U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz cut the inaugural ribbon Thursday on a new facility in Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory built to house innovative partnerships between energy research labs.
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A report released last week by the Public Policy Institute of California, a nonpartisan think tank, found that grants and scholarships have failed to keep up with rising costs of higher education.
A report released last week by the Public Policy Institute of California, a nonpartisan think tank, found that grants and scholarships have failed to keep up with rising costs of higher education.
UC Berkeley researchers published a study in the journal Science on Friday that helps to solve one of the mysteries of the orbital features of certain exoplanets, planets that orbit stars in other solar systems, but the discovery itself poses new problems.
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UC Berkeley researchers published a study in the journal Science on Friday that helps to solve one of the mysteries of the orbital features of certain exoplanets, planets that orbit stars in other solar systems, but the discovery itself poses new problems.
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