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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 08, 2022

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Sahil Chinoy

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At a meeting Wednesday, a state legislative committee approved an audit to investigate losses in tax revenue for local governments from property acquisitions by CSU and UC campuses.
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At a meeting Wednesday, a state legislative committee approved an audit to investigate losses in tax revenue for local governments from property acquisitions by CSU and UC campuses.
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A state legislative committee voted Wednesday to approve an audit of the University of California’s nonresident enrollment, per-student funding and executive compensation.
A state legislative committee voted Wednesday to approve an audit of the University of California’s nonresident enrollment, per-student funding and executive compensation.
In Berkeley, where bicyclists share the road with motorists more often than in much of the nation, debate lingers over how to interpret and respond to the city’s bicycle accidents.
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In Berkeley, where bicyclists share the road with motorists more often than in much of the nation, debate lingers over how to interpret and respond to the city’s bicycle accidents.
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In a process to develop an area plan for the city’s Adeline Street corridor, the city held a Saturday meeting to discuss community involvement in the project.
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In a process to develop an area plan for the city’s Adeline Street corridor, the city held a Saturday meeting to discuss community involvement in the project.
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In his Monday budget proposal, President Barack Obama elaborated on his plan to eliminate tuition for some community college students — but not everyone is convinced the plan will come to fruition.
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In his Monday budget proposal, President Barack Obama elaborated on his plan to eliminate tuition for some community college students — but not everyone is convinced the plan will come to fruition.
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In a study published this month, UC Berkeley researchers examined the mysterious abandonment of an ancient Mexican city, analyzing the effect dry weather might have had on the city’s rise and fall.
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In a study published this month, UC Berkeley researchers examined the mysterious abandonment of an ancient Mexican city, analyzing the effect dry weather might have had on the city’s rise and fall.
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Student-care doctors from all ten University of California campuses began a strike Tuesday morning to protest unfair labor practices charges brought against the university during the bargaining process for their first contract.
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Student-care doctors from all ten University of California campuses began a strike Tuesday morning to protest unfair labor practices charges brought against the university during the bargaining process for their first contract.
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At their Thursday meeting at UCSF, the UC Regents revisited the university’s 2015-16 budget, discussing plans from the state government that would keep tuition flat.
At their Thursday meeting at UCSF, the UC Regents revisited the university’s 2015-16 budget, discussing plans from the state government that would keep tuition flat.
The UC Board of Regents tabled a proposal at their Thursday meeting that would have tied coaches’ bonuses to the academic performance of their athletes and delegated contract-making power to the president of the university.
The UC Board of Regents tabled a proposal at their Thursday meeting that would have tied coaches’ bonuses to the academic performance of their athletes and delegated contract-making power to the president of the university.