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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Travis Kalanick, CEO of the car-sharing service, Uber, stopped by Banatao Auditorium Thursday evening to share his entrepreneurship tips with approximately 150 students.
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Travis Kalanick, CEO of the car-sharing service, Uber, stopped by Banatao Auditorium Thursday evening to share his entrepreneurship tips with approximately 150 students.
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On Tuesday, Silicon Valley-based graphic designer and computer scientist John Maeda spoke on campus about the role of design in the tech industry at the Andersen Auditorium in the Haas School of Business.
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On Tuesday, Silicon Valley-based graphic designer and computer scientist John Maeda spoke on campus about the role of design in the tech industry at the Andersen Auditorium in the Haas School of Business.
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An international group of researchers is working to propose a new geological era that will define the current state of the planet.
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An international group of researchers is working to propose a new geological era that will define the current state of the planet.
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A new collaborative study conducted by researchers from UC Berkeley, UC Davis and the U.S. Geological Survey shows that large trees in California’s forests are on the decline and the prevalence of smaller trees is increasing.
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A new collaborative study conducted by researchers from UC Berkeley, UC Davis and the U.S. Geological Survey shows that large trees in California’s forests are on the decline and the prevalence of smaller trees is increasing.
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Berkeley High School students peacefully marched to the Campanile in protest of police brutality and in solidarity with Ferguson protesters Wednesday afternoon.
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Berkeley High School students peacefully marched to the Campanile in protest of police brutality and in solidarity with Ferguson protesters Wednesday afternoon.
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At a meeting Wednesday evening, board members of Berkeley Unified School District unanimously approved a controversial recess restriction policy, with planned discussions for further amendments to its language.
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At a meeting Wednesday evening, board members of Berkeley Unified School District unanimously approved a controversial recess restriction policy, with planned discussions for further amendments to its language.
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Political satirist Bassem Youssef spoke on campus Wednesday evening with Chancellor Nicholas Dirks about free speech as part of the Berkeley Talk series.
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Political satirist Bassem Youssef spoke on campus Wednesday evening with Chancellor Nicholas Dirks about free speech as part of the Berkeley Talk series.
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University of California and other academics and administrators gathered Friday in San Francisco to discuss ways of engaging students through technology and plan how these technologies could revolutionize UC education for the next three to five years.
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University of California and other academics and administrators gathered Friday in San Francisco to discuss ways of engaging students through technology and plan how these technologies could revolutionize UC education for the next three to five years.
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UC Berkeley housed the third and final California Secretary of State Forum Thursday at International House, where remaining candidates Alex Padilla and Pete Peterson shared their plans to increase voter participation and their vision for California’s democracy.
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UC Berkeley housed the third and final California Secretary of State Forum Thursday at International House, where remaining candidates Alex Padilla and Pete Peterson shared their plans to increase voter participation and their vision for California’s democracy.
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A new study from a UC Berkeley professor and his colleague suggests that elementary school students who benefit from gifted and talented programs are not only students with high IQs but also those who score high on standardized exams.
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A new study from a UC Berkeley professor and his colleague suggests that elementary school students who benefit from gifted and talented programs are not only students with high IQs but also those who score high on standardized exams.
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