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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 04, 2023

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More than 150 individuals filled Sutardja Dai Hall on Tuesday to hear from John Deutch, former director of Central Intelligence and MIT professor emeritus, who spoke about challenges facing the U.S. intelligence community.
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More than 150 individuals filled Sutardja Dai Hall on Tuesday to hear from John Deutch, former director of Central Intelligence and MIT professor emeritus, who spoke about challenges facing the U.S. intelligence community.
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Tele-BEARS will disappear in late March as the campus rolls out a new system through CalCentral that will integrate traditional campus student information sites.
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Tele-BEARS will disappear in late March as the campus rolls out a new system through CalCentral that will integrate traditional campus student information sites.
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Various university startups were awarded a total of $300,000 in prize money Wednesday as part a systemwide competition for early-stage companies involved in the development of innovative life science technologies.
Various university startups were awarded a total of $300,000 in prize money Wednesday as part a systemwide competition for early-stage companies involved in the development of innovative life science technologies.
As members of the Internet era, young adults have become shameless abusers of traditional grammar rules. This occurs especially in the face of limited-character endeavors such as Snapchat, Twitter and text messaging.
As members of the Internet era, young adults have become shameless abusers of traditional grammar rules. This occurs especially in the face of limited-character endeavors such as Snapchat, Twitter and text messaging.
The Foundation for AIDS Research, or amfAR, announced Monday that it will provide $20 million in funding to support researchers at UCSF, as well as other research institutions, to establish an institute aiming to develop a cure for HIV.
The Foundation for AIDS Research, or amfAR, announced Monday that it will provide $20 million in funding to support researchers at UCSF, as well as other research institutions, to establish an institute aiming to develop a cure for HIV.
In the past month, dozens of colleges across the country have protested racial discrimination on campuses in a movement that is forcing higher education administrators to take another look at racial misunderstandings and reevaluate administrative diversity.
In the past month, dozens of colleges across the country have protested racial discrimination on campuses in a movement that is forcing higher education administrators to take another look at racial misunderstandings and reevaluate administrative diversity.
Berkeley citizens gathered at a town hall meeting at the South Berkeley Senior Center Wednesday to hear developments on plans to improve resilience in the city through emergency preparedness programs.
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Berkeley citizens gathered at a town hall meeting at the South Berkeley Senior Center Wednesday to hear developments on plans to improve resilience in the city through emergency preparedness programs.
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Irish President Michael Higgins has announced the donation of a $40,000 grant from Ireland to UC Berkeley establishing an Irish Studies Program on campus.
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Irish President Michael Higgins has announced the donation of a $40,000 grant from Ireland to UC Berkeley establishing an Irish Studies Program on campus.
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With the sound of bagpipes in the air, Irish President Michael Higgins and Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates planted two saplings in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on Wednesday.
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With the sound of bagpipes in the air, Irish President Michael Higgins and Berkeley Mayor Tom Bates planted two saplings in Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on Wednesday.
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Few parts of speech have been ostracized as much as the adverb. The mini-modifier has been abused, shot down and cast aside by connoisseurs of the written word for far too long.
Few parts of speech have been ostracized as much as the adverb. The mini-modifier has been abused, shot down and cast aside by connoisseurs of the written word for far too long.