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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Mia Shaw

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Rebecca Peters won the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship last week for her research and advocacy for water rights in developing countries.
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Rebecca Peters won the prestigious Harry S. Truman Scholarship last week for her research and advocacy for water rights in developing countries.
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The UC chapter of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees announced Friday that they will hold a strike vote from April 30th to May 2nd in light of labor negotiations with the UC Office of the President.
The UC chapter of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees announced Friday that they will hold a strike vote from April 30th to May 2nd in light of labor negotiations with the UC Office of the President.
18-year-old UC Berkeley junior Ritankar Das has yet another accomplishment to add to his impressive list: the highly prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program.
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18-year-old UC Berkeley junior Ritankar Das has yet another accomplishment to add to his impressive list: the highly prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and Excellence in Education Program.
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Both CalSERVE and Student Action have declared an intent to discontinue the practice of dropping charges against the each others’ candidates this year.
Both CalSERVE and Student Action have declared an intent to discontinue the practice of dropping charges against the each others’ candidates this year.
A girl shot with an arrow last Tuesday morning near the UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science is to receive a care package from country-pop superstar Taylor Swift.
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A girl shot with an arrow last Tuesday morning near the UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science is to receive a care package from country-pop superstar Taylor Swift.
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In the wake of a recent whistleblower report, UCSF Medical Center began the process of cutting 300 jobs last week through a combination of layoffs, transfers and elimination of currently unfilled positions.
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In the wake of a recent whistleblower report, UCSF Medical Center began the process of cutting 300 jobs last week through a combination of layoffs, transfers and elimination of currently unfilled positions.
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The UC agreed to pay $1.2 million to the federal government on March 27 to settle a federal whistle-blower lawsuit charging falsification of records and inadequate patient supervision by UC Irvine anesthesiologists.
The UC agreed to pay $1.2 million to the federal government on March 27 to settle a federal whistle-blower lawsuit charging falsification of records and inadequate patient supervision by UC Irvine anesthesiologists.
The Academic Senate of the University of California signed an open letter last Friday condemning a senate bill requiring the state’s public colleges and universities to accept faculty-approved online college courses for credit.
The Academic Senate of the University of California signed an open letter last Friday condemning a senate bill requiring the state’s public colleges and universities to accept faculty-approved online college courses for credit.
A recent report published Thursday claims that inadequate and uneven staffing levels at University of California medical centers have led to patient neglect and harm.
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A recent report published Thursday claims that inadequate and uneven staffing levels at University of California medical centers have led to patient neglect and harm.
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UC Berkeley may change its transcripts to better contextualize student’s grades in an effort to combat grade inflation at other universities across the nation. If enacted, the policy would add information such as a student’s percentile rank and average course grade to students’ transcripts.
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UC Berkeley may change its transcripts to better contextualize student’s grades in an effort to combat grade inflation at other universities across the nation. If enacted, the policy would add information such as a student’s percentile rank and average course grade to students’ transcripts.
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