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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 24, 2023

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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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UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks spoke Wednesday night to an audience of alumni and other stakeholders at the Commonwealth Club of California, advocating for more public and private engagement to bolster the student experience and success of the campus.
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UC Berkeley Chancellor Nicholas Dirks spoke Wednesday night to an audience of alumni and other stakeholders at the Commonwealth Club of California, advocating for more public and private engagement to bolster the student experience and success of the campus.
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UC Berkeley’s latest fundraising campaign raked in $3.13 billion from more than 250,000 donors, officials announced Thursday, surpassing the goals of the almost nine year campaign.
UC Berkeley’s latest fundraising campaign raked in $3.13 billion from more than 250,000 donors, officials announced Thursday, surpassing the goals of the almost nine year campaign.
An unknown number Bay Area residents were likely exposed to the highly contagious measles virus after a UC Berkeley student identified with the disease attended classes and commuted on BART last week, local health officials said.
An unknown number Bay Area residents were likely exposed to the highly contagious measles virus after a UC Berkeley student identified with the disease attended classes and commuted on BART last week, local health officials said.
In joining with the worldwide movement to encourage socially responsible fiscal policies, UC Berkeley’s graduate student government voted Thursday to eschew their future investments in fossil fuel-related companies.
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In joining with the worldwide movement to encourage socially responsible fiscal policies, UC Berkeley’s graduate student government voted Thursday to eschew their future investments in fossil fuel-related companies.
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The clouds and rain in the sky may seem promising, but the message from Chancellor Nicholas Dirks is clear: California is in the midst of a drought emergency, and the campus community must do its part to cut back water consumption.
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The clouds and rain in the sky may seem promising, but the message from Chancellor Nicholas Dirks is clear: California is in the midst of a drought emergency, and the campus community must do its part to cut back water consumption.
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One hundred years ago, in honor of the near-completion of the Campanile’s steel frame, baskets of turkey, instead of tons of steel, were hoisted on the derricks to the top of the of the tower for a celebration banquet 250-feet in the sky.
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One hundred years ago, in honor of the near-completion of the Campanile’s steel frame, baskets of turkey, instead of tons of steel, were hoisted on the derricks to the top of the of the tower for a celebration banquet 250-feet in the sky.
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California voters may soon have the opportunity to decide if race, gender or ethnicity should be used as factors of consideration in admission, retention and recruitment programs in the state’s higher education systems, including the UC.
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California voters may soon have the opportunity to decide if race, gender or ethnicity should be used as factors of consideration in admission, retention and recruitment programs in the state’s higher education systems, including the UC.
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A multicampus UC research center will see new leadership next month when a UC Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences takes charge.
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A multicampus UC research center will see new leadership next month when a UC Berkeley professor of electrical engineering and computer sciences takes charge.
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Less than three years before the 2016 presidential election, two UC Berkeley faculty members have taken leadership positions at a powerful liberal fundraising group.
Less than three years before the 2016 presidential election, two UC Berkeley faculty members have taken leadership positions at a powerful liberal fundraising group.
Compensation packages for new executives across the UC system drew mixed responses from UC Board of Regents at their Thursday meeting.
Compensation packages for new executives across the UC system drew mixed responses from UC Board of Regents at their Thursday meeting.