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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 26, 2023

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Maya Akkaraju

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The First Appellate District Court of Appeal in California stayed a case against the UC Board of Regents that required the UC system to cease its use of the SAT and ACT in its admissions process until further order from the court.
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The First Appellate District Court of Appeal in California stayed a case against the UC Board of Regents that required the UC system to cease its use of the SAT and ACT in its admissions process until further order from the court.
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Berkeley residents woke up Wednesday to orange-red-hued skies resulting from wildfires around the state and offshore winds that began Monday night.
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Berkeley residents woke up Wednesday to orange-red-hued skies resulting from wildfires around the state and offshore winds that began Monday night.
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Approximately two dozen students gathered Wednesday morning on Sproul Plaza with signs reading “Stop pandemics” and “Ban meat” in protest of alleged inhumane animal treatment at one of Cal Dining’s pork suppliers.
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Approximately two dozen students gathered Wednesday morning on Sproul Plaza with signs reading “Stop pandemics” and “Ban meat” in protest of alleged inhumane animal treatment at one of Cal Dining’s pork suppliers.
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Berkeley health officer Dr. Lisa Hernandez issued a health order Friday that permits certain outdoor activities with restrictions and will go into effect Aug. 28, according to a city of Berkeley press release.
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Berkeley health officer Dr. Lisa Hernandez issued a health order Friday that permits certain outdoor activities with restrictions and will go into effect Aug. 28, according to a city of Berkeley press release.
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The UC Board of Regents makes decisions that impact every UC student’s life — determining student tuition, approving campus developments, setting the UC system’s budget and more — yet most students across the system do not know who the regents are.
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The UC Board of Regents makes decisions that impact every UC student’s life — determining student tuition, approving campus developments, setting the UC system’s budget and more — yet most students across the system do not know who the regents are.
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The ASUC Student Advocate’s Office has received nearly 60 applications to its Cal-Pays Copay Fund, which supports students with chronic conditions and disabilities, since its launch April 3.
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The ASUC Student Advocate’s Office has received nearly 60 applications to its Cal-Pays Copay Fund, which supports students with chronic conditions and disabilities, since its launch April 3.
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UC President Janet Napolitano said during a webinar Thursday that it is unlikely UC campuses will be fully reopened by fall due to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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UC President Janet Napolitano said during a webinar Thursday that it is unlikely UC campuses will be fully reopened by fall due to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The ASUC External Affairs Vice President's office hosted a virtual town hall with a Berkeley city commissioner Tuesday evening to discuss COVID-19, housing and rent.
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The ASUC External Affairs Vice President's office hosted a virtual town hall with a Berkeley city commissioner Tuesday evening to discuss COVID-19, housing and rent.
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There are many great things to love about UC Berkeley! What makes it a school you should choose for your higher education? Finish our crossword to find out!
There are many great things to love about UC Berkeley! What makes it a school you should choose for your higher education? Finish our crossword to find out!
Due to social distancing orders, the fate of the scheduled California Bar Examination in July is uncertain. State Bar of California board of trustees chair Alan Steinbrecher sent a letter to the California Supreme Court outlining two options to replace the exam.
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Due to social distancing orders, the fate of the scheduled California Bar Examination in July is uncertain. State Bar of California board of trustees chair Alan Steinbrecher sent a letter to the California Supreme Court outlining two options to replace the exam.
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