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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

Ring in the New Year with our 2023 New Year's Special Issue!

Maya Akkaraju

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With the increase in social distancing measures and the shelter-in-place order, UC Berkeley researchers are working from home, halting lab experiments and working on projects related to COVID-19.
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With the increase in social distancing measures and the shelter-in-place order, UC Berkeley researchers are working from home, halting lab experiments and working on projects related to COVID-19.
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Throughout the ASUC election season, candidates have run their campaigns with personal contributions, donations or without any funding.
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Throughout the ASUC election season, candidates have run their campaigns with personal contributions, donations or without any funding.
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On Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents met virtually for the second day this week to discuss COVID-19, online instruction and special talent admissions, among other matters.
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On Wednesday, the UC Board of Regents met virtually for the second day this week to discuss COVID-19, online instruction and special talent admissions, among other matters.
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To build a home — regardless of the size, the location or the people you live with — is not an easy feat, especially when you also have to deal with the stress of being a UC Berkeley student.
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To build a home — regardless of the size, the location or the people you live with — is not an easy feat, especially when you also have to deal with the stress of being a UC Berkeley student.
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Many campus instructors have turned to online teaching methods, such as the use of Zoom, in response to the campus’s decision to suspend most in-person classes to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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Many campus instructors have turned to online teaching methods, such as the use of Zoom, in response to the campus’s decision to suspend most in-person classes to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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Cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, advocates and graduate students hosted a “COLA party” on Sproul Plaza on March 3, ending in a meeting between student organizers and UC Berkeley administration.
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Cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, advocates and graduate students hosted a “COLA party” on Sproul Plaza on March 3, ending in a meeting between student organizers and UC Berkeley administration.
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UC Berkeley School of Law and the Minerva Project launched Leadership in the Legal Profession, a 10-week management and training program for legal professionals.
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UC Berkeley School of Law and the Minerva Project launched Leadership in the Legal Profession, a 10-week management and training program for legal professionals.
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“COLA 4 All,” “Solidarity with UCSC” and “Eat the Regents” were some of the phrases written on the signs present during a protest Feb. 21, which was staged in solidarity with the UC Santa Cruz graduate students on strike for a cost of living adjustment.
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“COLA 4 All,” “Solidarity with UCSC” and “Eat the Regents” were some of the phrases written on the signs present during a protest Feb. 21, which was staged in solidarity with the UC Santa Cruz graduate students on strike for a cost of living adjustment.
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The UC system is strengthening its admissions practices after an internal systemwide audit found problems in how the university documents candidates for special talent admission, among other admissions processes.
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The UC system is strengthening its admissions practices after an internal systemwide audit found problems in how the university documents candidates for special talent admission, among other admissions processes.
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A study led by a UC Berkeley professor found that under the economic incentives provided by reference pricing, patients switch to lower-priced prescriptions and save money for themselves and their employers.
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A study led by a UC Berkeley professor found that under the economic incentives provided by reference pricing, patients switch to lower-priced prescriptions and save money for themselves and their employers.
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