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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Founded in March 2009 in the wake of former president Barack Obama’s inauguration and the formation of the tea party, the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, or CRWS, is a stand-alone research unit under the campus Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, or ISSI.
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Founded in March 2009 in the wake of former president Barack Obama’s inauguration and the formation of the tea party, the Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies, or CRWS, is a stand-alone research unit under the campus Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, or ISSI.
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Law student Noor Hasan was pleasantly surprised when she received a $20,000 scholarship from Sallie Mae during her final interview with the company.
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Law student Noor Hasan was pleasantly surprised when she received a $20,000 scholarship from Sallie Mae during her final interview with the company.
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California Memorial Stadium was adorned with purple and orange decorations for “she(256),” an all-day women in blockchain conference held Monday.
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California Memorial Stadium was adorned with purple and orange decorations for “she(256),” an all-day women in blockchain conference held Monday.
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, more commonly known as Berkeley Lab, was founded in 1931 by campus physics professor Ernest O. Lawrence and is currently located in the hills east of campus.
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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, more commonly known as Berkeley Lab, was founded in 1931 by campus physics professor Ernest O. Lawrence and is currently located in the hills east of campus.
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Less than a year after Gov. Jerry Brown declared the end of a statewide drought in April 2017, people are conserving less water and California’s water systems are once again vulnerable to drought.
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Less than a year after Gov. Jerry Brown declared the end of a statewide drought in April 2017, people are conserving less water and California’s water systems are once again vulnerable to drought.
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UC Berkeley archaeologists and anthropologists, in conjunction with California State Parks and the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, are conducting a project in the Quiroste Valley in the Santa Cruz Mountains to uncover ancient tribal practices and create better land management techniques.
UC Berkeley archaeologists and anthropologists, in conjunction with California State Parks and the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, are conducting a project in the Quiroste Valley in the Santa Cruz Mountains to uncover ancient tribal practices and create better land management techniques.
UC researchers have discovered an unexpected side effect in the use of the CRISPR-Cas12a protein in DNA cutting that may potentially make disease diagnostics faster and more accurate.
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UC researchers have discovered an unexpected side effect in the use of the CRISPR-Cas12a protein in DNA cutting that may potentially make disease diagnostics faster and more accurate.
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Richmond Vice Mayor Jovanka Beckles won the endorsement of Berkeley Progressive Alliance, Berkeley Citizens Action and Berkeley Tenants Union for the California State Assembly District 15 seat after a forum of the seat’s candidates Sunday afternoon.
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Richmond Vice Mayor Jovanka Beckles won the endorsement of Berkeley Progressive Alliance, Berkeley Citizens Action and Berkeley Tenants Union for the California State Assembly District 15 seat after a forum of the seat’s candidates Sunday afternoon.
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A single bitcoin’s worth as of press time is $11,498 — a stark increase from January 2017, when one bitcoin was valued at around $1,000.
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A single bitcoin’s worth as of press time is $11,498 — a stark increase from January 2017, when one bitcoin was valued at around $1,000.
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A California federal judge temporarily prevented the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, on Tuesday.
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A California federal judge temporarily prevented the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, on Tuesday.
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