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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 08, 2022

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At its Thursday meeting, the UC Board of Regents discussed how the university will need to adapt to accommodate projected population changes in California over the next two decades.
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At its Thursday meeting, the UC Board of Regents discussed how the university will need to adapt to accommodate projected population changes in California over the next two decades.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the UC Board of Regents discussed seven of the 13 academic elements in the 2015-16 budget framework developed by the university and Gov. Jerry Brown.
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At its Wednesday meeting, the UC Board of Regents discussed seven of the 13 academic elements in the 2015-16 budget framework developed by the university and Gov. Jerry Brown.
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In an effort toward greater academic racial equity, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education assessed recent policy changes as part of the implementation of a state-mandated academic improvement effort at its regular meeting Wednesday.
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In an effort toward greater academic racial equity, the Berkeley Unified School District Board of Education assessed recent policy changes as part of the implementation of a state-mandated academic improvement effort at its regular meeting Wednesday.
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Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-California) announced the donation of two decades of her congressional papers to UC Berkeley — including the largest digital collection Bancroft Library has ever received — on Thursday morning.
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Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-California) announced the donation of two decades of her congressional papers to UC Berkeley — including the largest digital collection Bancroft Library has ever received — on Thursday morning.
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Canopy, a cannabis industry investor, is currently hosting a 16-week entrepreneurial bootcamp in Berkeley for nine cannabis ancillary startups.
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Canopy, a cannabis industry investor, is currently hosting a 16-week entrepreneurial bootcamp in Berkeley for nine cannabis ancillary startups.
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It will feature a 52-meter training pool with a bulkhead and the campus's first ever diving tower, according to campus Real Estate Division spokesperson Christine Shaff.
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It will feature a 52-meter training pool with a bulkhead and the campus's first ever diving tower, according to campus Real Estate Division spokesperson Christine Shaff.
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UC Berkeley is expected to welcome 3,000 transfer students in the fall and spring — about 800 more than last year's incoming class, according to campus projections based on preliminary enrollment data.
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UC Berkeley is expected to welcome 3,000 transfer students in the fall and spring — about 800 more than last year's incoming class, according to campus projections based on preliminary enrollment data.
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UC Berkeley will begin construction in late 2017 on an approximately 10-story hotel on University Avenue and Oxford Street, located across from campus in Downtown Berkeley.
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UC Berkeley will begin construction in late 2017 on an approximately 10-story hotel on University Avenue and Oxford Street, located across from campus in Downtown Berkeley.
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Under the new UC Berkeley course enrollment system CalCentral, there is now a hard cap on enrolling in more than 16 units, which has left some students unable to add their desired classes.
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Under the new UC Berkeley course enrollment system CalCentral, there is now a hard cap on enrolling in more than 16 units, which has left some students unable to add their desired classes.
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Berkeley City Council voted July 19 to adopt a resolution calling on the city to divest from private prisons and to send a letter to the city’s business partners requesting them to do the same.
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Berkeley City Council voted July 19 to adopt a resolution calling on the city to divest from private prisons and to send a letter to the city’s business partners requesting them to do the same.
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