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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Seif Abdelghaffar

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Julie Sinai, director of local government and community relations at UC Berkeley, was appointed to a vacant seat on the Berkeley Unified School District School Board at a vote held on Wednesday.
Julie Sinai, director of local government and community relations at UC Berkeley, was appointed to a vacant seat on the Berkeley Unified School District School Board at a vote held on Wednesday.
Chancellor-designate Nicholas Dirks met with students and faculty at a forum Thursday night to answer questions about his vision for UC Berkeley.
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Chancellor-designate Nicholas Dirks met with students and faculty at a forum Thursday night to answer questions about his vision for UC Berkeley.
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Berkeley City Council met Monday evening in the North Berkeley Senior Center to present and discuss potential redistricting plans, including the establishment of a student supermajority district.
Berkeley City Council met Monday evening in the North Berkeley Senior Center to present and discuss potential redistricting plans, including the establishment of a student supermajority district.
The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced on Wednesday that 10 UC Berkeley professors are among 198 distinguished scholars to be inducted for 2013.
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The American Academy of Arts and Sciences announced on Wednesday that 10 UC Berkeley professors are among 198 distinguished scholars to be inducted for 2013.
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When runner Michelle Nacouzi heard the first explosion, she thought it was the sound of celebratory cannon fire. It wasn’t until she saw the plume of smoke and the panicked crowd that she realized something was amiss.
When runner Michelle Nacouzi heard the first explosion, she thought it was the sound of celebratory cannon fire. It wasn’t until she saw the plume of smoke and the panicked crowd that she realized something was amiss.
For 13 hours, students packed into the newly opened “hackerspace” and created projects that they hoped would win them the championship at HackJam2. HackJam2, which took place Saturday, allowed students to work on different projects and share them with other hackers.
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For 13 hours, students packed into the newly opened “hackerspace” and created projects that they hoped would win them the championship at HackJam2. HackJam2, which took place Saturday, allowed students to work on different projects and share them with other hackers.
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Texas Instruments partnered with UC Berkeley to open the Texas Instruments Electronics Design Lab on the first and second floors of Cory Hall. The “hackerspace” is open to all students but is dedicated to electrical engineering and computer science majors.
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Texas Instruments partnered with UC Berkeley to open the Texas Instruments Electronics Design Lab on the first and second floors of Cory Hall. The “hackerspace” is open to all students but is dedicated to electrical engineering and computer science majors.
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A bath soap cutter, soap molds and a power soap mixer are some of the things that Efiya Asabi can now afford to buy for her soap-making business, thanks to a $5,000 loan she received with help from UC Berkeley students.
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A bath soap cutter, soap molds and a power soap mixer are some of the things that Efiya Asabi can now afford to buy for her soap-making business, thanks to a $5,000 loan she received with help from UC Berkeley students.
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A group of doctoral and postdoctoral students is holding a career conference Friday aiming to introduce graduate students to private-sector jobs in light of diminishing availability of academic careers.
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A group of doctoral and postdoctoral students is holding a career conference Friday aiming to introduce graduate students to private-sector jobs in light of diminishing availability of academic careers.
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With college textbook prices now rising faster than tuition, the ASUC is hoping to help ease the pain with its creation of a scholarship that would help students pay for textbooks.
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With college textbook prices now rising faster than tuition, the ASUC is hoping to help ease the pain with its creation of a scholarship that would help students pay for textbooks.
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