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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The UC Berkeley School of Public Health released its “Principles of Community,” which outline a schoolwide commitment aimed at fostering a campus culture of inclusion, respect and safety for all.
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The UC Berkeley School of Public Health released its “Principles of Community,” which outline a schoolwide commitment aimed at fostering a campus culture of inclusion, respect and safety for all.
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Amid upcoming virtual 2021 summer sessions, the UC Berkeley College of Letters and Science will extend its current pass/no pass, or P/NP, policies.
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Amid upcoming virtual 2021 summer sessions, the UC Berkeley College of Letters and Science will extend its current pass/no pass, or P/NP, policies.
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As UC Berkeley plans for the return of in-person classes for the upcoming fall semester, a growing number of campus activities are once again taking place in limited in-person settings.
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As UC Berkeley plans for the return of in-person classes for the upcoming fall semester, a growing number of campus activities are once again taking place in limited in-person settings.
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In this year’s upcoming ASUC elections, independents comprise the majority of candidates on the ballot, with Student Action standing as the only official party.
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In this year’s upcoming ASUC elections, independents comprise the majority of candidates on the ballot, with Student Action standing as the only official party.
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, pulled out of a UC Berkeley career fair after student activists petitioned to disinvite the agency from the Thursday event.
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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, pulled out of a UC Berkeley career fair after student activists petitioned to disinvite the agency from the Thursday event.
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Known on the streets of Berkeley as “the soup lady,” Barbara Brust died Feb. 25 at the age of 69.
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Known on the streets of Berkeley as “the soup lady,” Barbara Brust died Feb. 25 at the age of 69.
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Alleged reduced teaching staff and longer office hour wait times are among the myriad problems for undergraduate and graduate student instructors, respectively uGSIs and GSIs, as a result of UC Berkeley budget cuts.
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Alleged reduced teaching staff and longer office hour wait times are among the myriad problems for undergraduate and graduate student instructors, respectively uGSIs and GSIs, as a result of UC Berkeley budget cuts.
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In an effort to increase student representation in key campus committees, the ASUC Office of Academic Affairs announced its “Student Voices @ Every Table” campaign Feb. 10.
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In an effort to increase student representation in key campus committees, the ASUC Office of Academic Affairs announced its “Student Voices @ Every Table” campaign Feb. 10.
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Since campus’ vaccine clinic began operations Jan. 12, 1,550 vaccine doses for COVID-19 have been administered by UC Berkeley’s University Health Services.
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Since campus’ vaccine clinic began operations Jan. 12, 1,550 vaccine doses for COVID-19 have been administered by UC Berkeley’s University Health Services.
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Despite budget cuts faced by UC Berkeley, the African American Initiative, or AAI, hopes to continue its efforts to increase Black recruitment and retention rates, bolster support systems and cultivate a better campus climate.
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Despite budget cuts faced by UC Berkeley, the African American Initiative, or AAI, hopes to continue its efforts to increase Black recruitment and retention rates, bolster support systems and cultivate a better campus climate.
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