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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Jarrett Visher

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The ceremony began at 10 a.m. as students filed onto the field and were received by cheering supporters, relatives and the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance" graduation march song.
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The ceremony began at 10 a.m. as students filed onto the field and were received by cheering supporters, relatives and the traditional "Pomp and Circumstance" graduation march song.
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Behm-Steinberg said she is using her experiences, which include working with nongovernmental organizations, to campaign on a “platform for advocacy.”
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Behm-Steinberg said she is using her experiences, which include working with nongovernmental organizations, to campaign on a “platform for advocacy.”
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“When we look at the Industrial Revolution and the combustion engine, what we have done today has created a huge amount of carbon, reversing millions of years of evolution,” Tretikov said at the event. “Two hundred years ago, we had clean air and a good planet.”
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“When we look at the Industrial Revolution and the combustion engine, what we have done today has created a huge amount of carbon, reversing millions of years of evolution,” Tretikov said at the event. “Two hundred years ago, we had clean air and a good planet.”
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Christopher Walters, an assistant professor of economics at UC Berkeley who conducted research on patterns of selection into Boston charter schools, said parenting and household “advantages” may contribute to high-achieving students choosing charter schools instead of district schools, more so than low-achieving students.
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Christopher Walters, an assistant professor of economics at UC Berkeley who conducted research on patterns of selection into Boston charter schools, said parenting and household “advantages” may contribute to high-achieving students choosing charter schools instead of district schools, more so than low-achieving students.
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Berkeley’s vegan delicatessen The Butcher’s Son, renowned for house-made vegan foods, will expand its business across the street, moving into the space formerly occupied by Maker’s Common.
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Berkeley’s vegan delicatessen The Butcher’s Son, renowned for house-made vegan foods, will expand its business across the street, moving into the space formerly occupied by Maker’s Common.
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Representatives from politics, academia, policy research and the UC Berkeley student body gathered to discuss gun violence and gun control in America during a campus event Wednesday night.
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Representatives from politics, academia, policy research and the UC Berkeley student body gathered to discuss gun violence and gun control in America during a campus event Wednesday night.
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About 15 people gathered in front of Old City Hall on Friday afternoon to protest the arrest of at least one individual by Homeland Security Investigations, which is a branch of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.
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About 15 people gathered in front of Old City Hall on Friday afternoon to protest the arrest of at least one individual by Homeland Security Investigations, which is a branch of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.
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Benefits of independent candidacy include an increased focus on a candidate’s particular platform, according to several current independent candidates.
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Benefits of independent candidacy include an increased focus on a candidate’s particular platform, according to several current independent candidates.
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The UC Berkeley Haas School of Business MBA program was recently ranked the second best in the United States and the third best worldwide for female graduates.
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The UC Berkeley Haas School of Business MBA program was recently ranked the second best in the United States and the third best worldwide for female graduates.
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David Caron, a Berkeley Law professor emeritus and international law expert who was described by colleagues as brilliant and warm, died in London on Feb. 20 at 65.
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David Caron, a Berkeley Law professor emeritus and international law expert who was described by colleagues as brilliant and warm, died in London on Feb. 20 at 65.
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