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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Jean Lee

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Commissioners discussed recent police force against protesters during Wednesday’s Police Review Commission meeting and resolved to urge City Council to restrict use of tear gas, certain baton strikes and nonlethal projectiles.
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Commissioners discussed recent police force against protesters during Wednesday’s Police Review Commission meeting and resolved to urge City Council to restrict use of tear gas, certain baton strikes and nonlethal projectiles.
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State Senator Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, proposed on Wednesday a constitutional amendment that would give the state legislature some control over the University of California, removing its historical autonomy.
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State Senator Ricardo Lara, D-Bell Gardens, proposed on Wednesday a constitutional amendment that would give the state legislature some control over the University of California, removing its historical autonomy.
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At their Nov.20 meeting, the UC Board of Regents approved to implement an annual supplemental fee of $7,500 on top of the current UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism basic tuition.
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At their Nov.20 meeting, the UC Board of Regents approved to implement an annual supplemental fee of $7,500 on top of the current UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism basic tuition.
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A committee of the UC Board of Regents, the university’s governing body, approved a tuition increase plan despite large on-site student protests, which included arrests, and opposition by Gov. Jerry Brown.
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A committee of the UC Board of Regents, the university’s governing body, approved a tuition increase plan despite large on-site student protests, which included arrests, and opposition by Gov. Jerry Brown.
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The UC Board of Regents discussed systemwide auditing based off annual reports on internal audit activities, ethics and compliance activities, and external auditors at their meeting Tuesday.
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The UC Board of Regents discussed systemwide auditing based off annual reports on internal audit activities, ethics and compliance activities, and external auditors at their meeting Tuesday.
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UC Berkeley School of Law professor Ty Alper, Josh Daniels and Karen Hemphill won the three vacant seats on the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education.
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UC Berkeley School of Law professor Ty Alper, Josh Daniels and Karen Hemphill won the three vacant seats on the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education.
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Though the two candidates at the forefront of the race for the state Assembly District 15 are Democrats, each carry distinct personal and professional experiences to distinguish themselves from their opponent.
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Though the two candidates at the forefront of the race for the state Assembly District 15 are Democrats, each carry distinct personal and professional experiences to distinguish themselves from their opponent.
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UC President Janet Napolitano addressed questions and concerns surrounding faculty compensation and benefits, tuition, campus climate and California higher education during her Tuesday webchat with UC faculty panelists that was open to the public.
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UC President Janet Napolitano addressed questions and concerns surrounding faculty compensation and benefits, tuition, campus climate and California higher education during her Tuesday webchat with UC faculty panelists that was open to the public.
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Around 200 students and community members gathered Tuesday at Berkeley City College’s auditorium for the Assembly District 15 debate between Democratic candidates Elizabeth Echols and Tony Thurmond.
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Around 200 students and community members gathered Tuesday at Berkeley City College’s auditorium for the Assembly District 15 debate between Democratic candidates Elizabeth Echols and Tony Thurmond.
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Two UC medical professionals presented the UC Board of Regents with evidence displaying the increased demand for student access to campus mental health services at the board meeting Thursday.
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Two UC medical professionals presented the UC Board of Regents with evidence displaying the increased demand for student access to campus mental health services at the board meeting Thursday.
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