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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Striking academic workers from UC Berkeley, UCSF and UC Davis marched on the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, in Oakland Monday. 
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Striking academic workers from UC Berkeley, UCSF and UC Davis marched on the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, in Oakland Monday. 
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As BART ridership stays low and federal funding for transit agencies is expected to run out, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission had Bay Area transit agencies plan for three possible funding scenarios.
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As BART ridership stays low and federal funding for transit agencies is expected to run out, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission had Bay Area transit agencies plan for three possible funding scenarios.
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Amid the ongoing academic workers’ strike throughout the UC system, those in the UC Berkeley departments of electrical engineering and computer science, or EECS, data science and statistics have noted that cases of overtime work and long office hours are common problems being faced by undergraduate and graduate student instructors.
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Amid the ongoing academic workers’ strike throughout the UC system, those in the UC Berkeley departments of electrical engineering and computer science, or EECS, data science and statistics have noted that cases of overtime work and long office hours are common problems being faced by undergraduate and graduate student instructors.
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UC Berkeley faculty stood on the steps of Sproul Plaza, donned in faculty robes and carrying United Auto Workers, or UAW, union signs, looking out on a sea of striking academic workers. 
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UC Berkeley faculty stood on the steps of Sproul Plaza, donned in faculty robes and carrying United Auto Workers, or UAW, union signs, looking out on a sea of striking academic workers. 
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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Allegations of misconduct against Berkeley Police Department, or BPD, were brought to Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín and City Council Thursday, prompting an external investigation.
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UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, released its most recent poll on Californian voters and the threats to American democracy Saturday.
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UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, released its most recent poll on Californian voters and the threats to American democracy Saturday.
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For campus first year Shazad Khan, gun violence had always been a distant idea. Khan said after moving from Singapore to Berkeley for college, gun violence was a newly discovered threat.
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For campus first year Shazad Khan, gun violence had always been a distant idea. Khan said after moving from Singapore to Berkeley for college, gun violence was a newly discovered threat.
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With the opening of the UC Berkeley Latinx Student Resource Center, or LSRC, at the beginning of the fall semester, campus Latine students have finally secured a physical space dedicated to offering them a sense of community and belonging.
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With the opening of the UC Berkeley Latinx Student Resource Center, or LSRC, at the beginning of the fall semester, campus Latine students have finally secured a physical space dedicated to offering them a sense of community and belonging.
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Formerly incarcerated students at UC Berkeley face barriers to education. A majority of them are Latine, who are overrepresented in California prisons. 
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Formerly incarcerated students at UC Berkeley face barriers to education. A majority of them are Latine, who are overrepresented in California prisons. 
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G. Cristina Mora, an associate professor in the UC Berkeley sociology department and co-director of the Institute of Governmental Studies, said she feels invisible and underrepresented at UC Berkeley as a member of the Latine community.
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G. Cristina Mora, an associate professor in the UC Berkeley sociology department and co-director of the Institute of Governmental Studies, said she feels invisible and underrepresented at UC Berkeley as a member of the Latine community.
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