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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 30, 2023

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The ASUC Office of the Academic Affairs is seeking to relax the pass/no pass, or P/NP, unit cap, among other academic policy recommendations for this semester.
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The ASUC Office of the Academic Affairs is seeking to relax the pass/no pass, or P/NP, unit cap, among other academic policy recommendations for this semester.
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“Shot in the Head,” a report from Physicians for Human Rights, or PHR, documents injuries caused by law enforcement deployment of kinetic impact projectiles, or KIPs, in the context of recent national protests.
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“Shot in the Head,” a report from Physicians for Human Rights, or PHR, documents injuries caused by law enforcement deployment of kinetic impact projectiles, or KIPs, in the context of recent national protests.
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Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the UC system’s financial, health and student success outcomes dominated discussions during the UC Board of Regents meetings Wednesday.
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Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on the UC system’s financial, health and student success outcomes dominated discussions during the UC Board of Regents meetings Wednesday.
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Matt Rafalow, a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley, recently published a book describing how race and class impact teachers’ digital expectations for their students.
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Matt Rafalow, a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley, recently published a book describing how race and class impact teachers’ digital expectations for their students.
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Campus doctoral student Iemaan Rana has been awarded a $26,000 Gunther and Lee Weigel Medical School Scholarship by the Elks National Foundation.
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Campus doctoral student Iemaan Rana has been awarded a $26,000 Gunther and Lee Weigel Medical School Scholarship by the Elks National Foundation.
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Hosted by Berkeley City Council over Zoom, the first of three sessions aiming to “re-imagine” the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations in a community-lead effort was held Monday.
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Hosted by Berkeley City Council over Zoom, the first of three sessions aiming to “re-imagine” the Ashby and North Berkeley BART stations in a community-lead effort was held Monday.
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In an effort to help underrepresented students at UC Berkeley, Robert and Colleen Haas recently donated $24 million to two scholarship programs.
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In an effort to help underrepresented students at UC Berkeley, Robert and Colleen Haas recently donated $24 million to two scholarship programs.
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Donning virtual caps and gowns, UC Berkeley students logged in to their computers Saturday to celebrate an unconventional graduation ceremony in the Minecraft server popularly known as “Blockeley University.”
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Donning virtual caps and gowns, UC Berkeley students logged in to their computers Saturday to celebrate an unconventional graduation ceremony in the Minecraft server popularly known as “Blockeley University.”
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The U.S. Department of Education released a series of new guidelines for handling Title IX cases Wednesday, including a requirement to hold live hearings and allow cross-examination — a decision that UC administration said it opposes.
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The U.S. Department of Education released a series of new guidelines for handling Title IX cases Wednesday, including a requirement to hold live hearings and allow cross-examination — a decision that UC administration said it opposes.
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Flying Kiwibots, a llama therapy booth on Lower Sproul and a display of the 2017 Milo Yiannopoulos protests are just some of the fixtures depicted in a virtual UC Berkeley campus students and alumni have been building in a Minecraft server popularly known as “Blockeley University.”
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Flying Kiwibots, a llama therapy booth on Lower Sproul and a display of the 2017 Milo Yiannopoulos protests are just some of the fixtures depicted in a virtual UC Berkeley campus students and alumni have been building in a Minecraft server popularly known as “Blockeley University.”
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