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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Jessie Qian

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UC Berkeley launched a new undergraduate program this week that combines the studies of engineering and business, which its creators believe will help students succeed in the modern corporate world.
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UC Berkeley launched a new undergraduate program this week that combines the studies of engineering and business, which its creators believe will help students succeed in the modern corporate world.
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The University of California Regents agreed July 21 to settle two lawsuits alleging that a UCLA spine surgeon failed to disclose his conflicts of interest with a medical technology company before using the company’s products in surgeries.
The University of California Regents agreed July 21 to settle two lawsuits alleging that a UCLA spine surgeon failed to disclose his conflicts of interest with a medical technology company before using the company’s products in surgeries.
The Berkeley Police Review Commission, or PRC, met Wednesday night to discuss a recent police-worn body cameras initiative as well as the police response to the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protest.
The Berkeley Police Review Commission, or PRC, met Wednesday night to discuss a recent police-worn body cameras initiative as well as the police response to the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protest.
Microbes in the stomachs of humans and modern apes have evolved from ancient bacteria of their common ancestors, according to a study published by a multi-institution research team Friday.
Microbes in the stomachs of humans and modern apes have evolved from ancient bacteria of their common ancestors, according to a study published by a multi-institution research team Friday.
At its Wednesday meeting, the UC Board of Regents voted to approve new revisions to its bylaws that would make significant changes to board meeting procedures and restructure standing committees.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the UC Board of Regents voted to approve new revisions to its bylaws that would make significant changes to board meeting procedures and restructure standing committees.
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Kal Sastry, a UC Berkeley materials science and engineering professor emeritus remembered for his unique life philosophies and his love for the Berkeley community, died Friday night. He was 74.
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Kal Sastry, a UC Berkeley materials science and engineering professor emeritus remembered for his unique life philosophies and his love for the Berkeley community, died Friday night. He was 74.
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On Monday, UC President Janet Napolitano approved $3.3 million in new funding over the next two years to combat food insecurity issues across the UC system.
On Monday, UC President Janet Napolitano approved $3.3 million in new funding over the next two years to combat food insecurity issues across the UC system.
Berkeley City Council will hold a regular and special meeting Tuesday to discuss the health inequality gap in the city and a proposal to develop housing in the Telegraph Commercial District.
Berkeley City Council will hold a regular and special meeting Tuesday to discuss the health inequality gap in the city and a proposal to develop housing in the Telegraph Commercial District.
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UC President Janet Napolitano selected a UC Irvine alumnus as the next staff adviser-designate to the UC Board of Regents.
UC President Janet Napolitano selected a UC Irvine alumnus as the next staff adviser-designate to the UC Board of Regents.