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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Patricia Serpa

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If a female engineering student working in the concrete lab in Davis Hall needs to use the restroom, she won’t find one nearby. Instead, she would need to walk up two stories to the nearest women’s restroom, or use the men’s located on the same floor as the lab.
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If a female engineering student working in the concrete lab in Davis Hall needs to use the restroom, she won’t find one nearby. Instead, she would need to walk up two stories to the nearest women’s restroom, or use the men’s located on the same floor as the lab.
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The UC Board of Regents unanimously approved a policy change Wednesday requiring that board members comply with ethical conduct and sexual harassment policy in private as well as public life.
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The UC Board of Regents unanimously approved a policy change Wednesday requiring that board members comply with ethical conduct and sexual harassment policy in private as well as public life.
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The ASUC Office of the External Affairs Vice President posted a call on Facebook for students to join a unified campus organizing group against potential tuition increases.
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The ASUC Office of the External Affairs Vice President posted a call on Facebook for students to join a unified campus organizing group against potential tuition increases.
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UC Berkeley ranks as the fourth best university globally, according to the 2017 rankings of the best global universities from U.S. News and World Report.
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UC Berkeley ranks as the fourth best university globally, according to the 2017 rankings of the best global universities from U.S. News and World Report.
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Current state Attorney General Kamala Harris and U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez — both members of the Democratic party — are running to fill the vacancy left by U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, who has served as one of California’s senators since 1993.
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Current state Attorney General Kamala Harris and U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez — both members of the Democratic party — are running to fill the vacancy left by U.S. Sen. Barbara Boxer, who has served as one of California’s senators since 1993.
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Dressed all in black, members of the UC Berkeley School of Law community linked arms outside Café Zeb on Thursday as part of a Black Out event to support the Black Lives Matter movement in light of the deaths of Black Americans at the hands of police officers across the country.
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Dressed all in black, members of the UC Berkeley School of Law community linked arms outside Café Zeb on Thursday as part of a Black Out event to support the Black Lives Matter movement in light of the deaths of Black Americans at the hands of police officers across the country.
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Everyone says that studying abroad is an unforgettable experience. Taking great photos or getting quality souvenirs can really help you remember your last-minute weekend trips more easily years down the line. Rather than coming home with the same postcard pictures as everyone else, however, check out some of these tips for making more personalized mementos.
Everyone says that studying abroad is an unforgettable experience. Taking great photos or getting quality souvenirs can really help you remember your last-minute weekend trips more easily years down the line. Rather than coming home with the same postcard pictures as everyone else, however, check out some of these tips for making more personalized mementos.
At its Thursday meeting, the UC Board of Regents discussed how the university will need to adapt to accommodate projected population changes in California over the next two decades.
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At its Thursday meeting, the UC Board of Regents discussed how the university will need to adapt to accommodate projected population changes in California over the next two decades.
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About 200 UC Berkeley community members gathered together outside California Hall to remember the 57 members of the campus community who died in the last year, including two students who were killed in terrorist attacks abroad.
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About 200 UC Berkeley community members gathered together outside California Hall to remember the 57 members of the campus community who died in the last year, including two students who were killed in terrorist attacks abroad.
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The Boalt Hall Student Association organized a town hall Thursday with campus administration amid controversy over former UC Berkeley School of Law dean Sujit Choudhry’s return to campus and his open letter to the Berkeley Law community — both of which students protested Wednesday.
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The Boalt Hall Student Association organized a town hall Thursday with campus administration amid controversy over former UC Berkeley School of Law dean Sujit Choudhry’s return to campus and his open letter to the Berkeley Law community — both of which students protested Wednesday.
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