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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Mitchell Handler

Senior Staff Writer

Mitchell Handler is a Spring 2016 UC Berkeley grad. He joined the Daily Cal in Fall 2012 as a freshman and has done extensive reporting on UC SHIP, labor relations, and other campus issues. Click the envelope icon to send him an email.

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Berkeley and the Bay Area will host a variety of holiday-themed gatherings that are welcoming to students and families alike. The Daily Californian has compiled a list of events to put you in the winter spirit.
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Berkeley and the Bay Area will host a variety of holiday-themed gatherings that are welcoming to students and families alike. The Daily Californian has compiled a list of events to put you in the winter spirit.
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UC Berkeley cut the ribbon to its fifth early childhood education center to much fanfare Wednesday, in advance of the center’s opening to 42 youngsters in August.
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UC Berkeley cut the ribbon to its fifth early childhood education center to much fanfare Wednesday, in advance of the center’s opening to 42 youngsters in August.
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As big as UC Berkeley can feel to students first entering the school, campus leaders are working to build a mentoring program for undergraduates to interact more intimately with their academic interests.
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As big as UC Berkeley can feel to students first entering the school, campus leaders are working to build a mentoring program for undergraduates to interact more intimately with their academic interests.
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UC Berkeley professors discussed the undergraduate experience and improving student advising at the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate meeting Thursday.
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UC Berkeley professors discussed the undergraduate experience and improving student advising at the Berkeley Division of the Academic Senate meeting Thursday.
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When hiring for top academic positions, university officials must balance finding talent that reflects the academic quality of the UC system, while also compensating administrators with more limited salaries that reflect the reality of what a public university can pay.
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When hiring for top academic positions, university officials must balance finding talent that reflects the academic quality of the UC system, while also compensating administrators with more limited salaries that reflect the reality of what a public university can pay.
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Thousands of high school students across the state received a letter from UC President Janet Napolitano this week as part of a new effort to encourage high-achieving, low-income students to apply to UC.
Thousands of high school students across the state received a letter from UC President Janet Napolitano this week as part of a new effort to encourage high-achieving, low-income students to apply to UC.