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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 08, 2022

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Sahil Chinoy

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The University of California’s procurement office, which reduced costs by $132 million in the previous fiscal year, is being recognized for its innovative introduction of emerging technology.
The University of California’s procurement office, which reduced costs by $132 million in the previous fiscal year, is being recognized for its innovative introduction of emerging technology.
UCPD will be stepping up enforcement of bicycle walk zone and pedestrian red light violations.
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UCPD will be stepping up enforcement of bicycle walk zone and pedestrian red light violations.
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At its meeting Thursday, the UC Board of Regents approved compensation increases for several chancellors and executives in the UC Office of the President in addition to approving a new policy for chancellor compensation.
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At its meeting Thursday, the UC Board of Regents approved compensation increases for several chancellors and executives in the UC Office of the President in addition to approving a new policy for chancellor compensation.
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The UC Task Force on Sustainable Investing presented its recommendations Friday to the UC Board of Regents’ Committee on Investments, advocating that the university’s investment portfolio reflect environmental concerns while minimizing explicit discussion of divestment from fossil fuel companies.
The UC Task Force on Sustainable Investing presented its recommendations Friday to the UC Board of Regents’ Committee on Investments, advocating that the university’s investment portfolio reflect environmental concerns while minimizing explicit discussion of divestment from fossil fuel companies.
UC President Janet Napolitano spoke about tuition hikes, the university’s response to sexual assault, the increasing number of out-of-state students in the system and online education during a webchat with UC alumni and the public Thursday. The Google Hangout was the third in a series of conversations with particular groups in the UC community.
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UC President Janet Napolitano spoke about tuition hikes, the university’s response to sexual assault, the increasing number of out-of-state students in the system and online education during a webchat with UC alumni and the public Thursday. The Google Hangout was the third in a series of conversations with particular groups in the UC community.
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The UC Office of the President announced Tuesday that Patrick Lenz, the vice president of budget and capital resources, will retire from the University of California on Dec. 31, 2014.
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The UC Office of the President announced Tuesday that Patrick Lenz, the vice president of budget and capital resources, will retire from the University of California on Dec. 31, 2014.
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This summer, I visited 18 art galleries and museums around the world, ranging from the small, free Timken Museum of Art in San Diego to the slightly better-known and more expensive Musee du Louvre in Paris.
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This summer, I visited 18 art galleries and museums around the world, ranging from the small, free Timken Museum of Art in San Diego to the slightly better-known and more expensive Musee du Louvre in Paris.
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The legislation, Senate Bill 850, would approve a pilot program at up to 15 community-college districts to grant bachelor’s degrees not offered by the University of California or California State University. California’s 112 community college campuses can currently offer only certificates, diplomas and two-year associate’s degrees.
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The legislation, Senate Bill 850, would approve a pilot program at up to 15 community-college districts to grant bachelor’s degrees not offered by the University of California or California State University. California’s 112 community college campuses can currently offer only certificates, diplomas and two-year associate’s degrees.
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UCPD responded to four alcohol-related illness incidents between Saturday night and Monday morning, less than half as many as compared to last year during the same period.
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UCPD responded to four alcohol-related illness incidents between Saturday night and Monday morning, less than half as many as compared to last year during the same period.
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I could hardly sit still in my room long enough to watch a TV show, and sometimes that drove me positively crazy. It’s acceptable to spend a Tuesday buried in books; try the same thing on a Saturday, and the fear of missing out, aka FOMO, rears its ugly head.
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I could hardly sit still in my room long enough to watch a TV show, and sometimes that drove me positively crazy. It’s acceptable to spend a Tuesday buried in books; try the same thing on a Saturday, and the fear of missing out, aka FOMO, rears its ugly head.
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