BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

Miyako Iwata

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Altman was fiercely committed to her work as a teacher at the Berkeley Unified School District and was beloved by students and family members alike, according to Barbara Ziony, Altman’s cousin. Altman was also the namesake of the Marian Altman Library at John Muir Elementary School.
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Altman was fiercely committed to her work as a teacher at the Berkeley Unified School District and was beloved by students and family members alike, according to Barbara Ziony, Altman’s cousin. Altman was also the namesake of the Marian Altman Library at John Muir Elementary School.
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Peskin was also a visiting scholar at the campus’s Institute for Human Development, or IHD, and a professor emeritus at San Francisco State University.
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Peskin was also a visiting scholar at the campus’s Institute for Human Development, or IHD, and a professor emeritus at San Francisco State University.
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In the face of a $77 million campus deficit, an ongoing housing crisis and burgeoning student enrollment, Chancellor Carol Christ released an email Wednesday outlining a new strategic vision to guide the university over the course of the next decade.
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In the face of a $77 million campus deficit, an ongoing housing crisis and burgeoning student enrollment, Chancellor Carol Christ released an email Wednesday outlining a new strategic vision to guide the university over the course of the next decade.
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After hosting thousands of newly admitted students on Saturday during Cal Day festivities, UC Berkeley will soon welcome the latest additions to the campus community: a clutch of peregrine falcon eggs currently incubating in a nest on the Campanile.
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After hosting thousands of newly admitted students on Saturday during Cal Day festivities, UC Berkeley will soon welcome the latest additions to the campus community: a clutch of peregrine falcon eggs currently incubating in a nest on the Campanile.
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“Hey hey, ho ho, fossil fuels have got to go!” These are the words that a group of roughly 20 student protesters chanted as they toted a makeshift pipeline and marched through campus March 12, advocating for the divestment of UC endowment funds from fossil fuel companies.
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“Hey hey, ho ho, fossil fuels have got to go!” These are the words that a group of roughly 20 student protesters chanted as they toted a makeshift pipeline and marched through campus March 12, advocating for the divestment of UC endowment funds from fossil fuel companies.
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While UC Berkeley students breathe a collective sigh of relief that the 2018 ASUC elections are over, next year’s senators-elect are reflecting on the campus communities that voted them into office.
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While UC Berkeley students breathe a collective sigh of relief that the 2018 ASUC elections are over, next year’s senators-elect are reflecting on the campus communities that voted them into office.
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Candidates typically run on three platforms that they aim to accomplish during the senate term. This year’s senators have found mixed success with achieving their platforms within the academic year, according to several members of the 2017-18 cohort.
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Candidates typically run on three platforms that they aim to accomplish during the senate term. This year’s senators have found mixed success with achieving their platforms within the academic year, according to several members of the 2017-18 cohort.
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In less than a week's time, two candidates — one aligned with Student Action and one independent — will go head-to-head in their bid for the second-highest position in the ASUC: executive vice president.
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In less than a week's time, two candidates — one aligned with Student Action and one independent — will go head-to-head in their bid for the second-highest position in the ASUC: executive vice president.
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“Night owl” students who stay up later than their early riser peers tend to fare worse academically, a new study has found.
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“Night owl” students who stay up later than their early riser peers tend to fare worse academically, a new study has found.
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The eatery is expected to open its doors by early May, according to Stuart Baker, executive director of the Telegraph Business Improvement District.
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The eatery is expected to open its doors by early May, according to Stuart Baker, executive director of the Telegraph Business Improvement District.
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