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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Shelby Mayes

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After days of community backlash, Chancellor Carol Christ announced Thursday evening that classes would be canceled because of poor air quality.
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After days of community backlash, Chancellor Carol Christ announced Thursday evening that classes would be canceled because of poor air quality.
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UC Berkeley Chicanx Latinx Student Development and Cosecha will be collecting donations for Central American migrants until Nov. 8 at the César Chávez Student Center in Room 245.
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UC Berkeley Chicanx Latinx Student Development and Cosecha will be collecting donations for Central American migrants until Nov. 8 at the César Chávez Student Center in Room 245.
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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Third World Liberation Front on campus, the Third World Liberation Front Research Initiative recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to secure funding for its research.
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To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Third World Liberation Front on campus, the Third World Liberation Front Research Initiative recently launched a crowdfunding campaign to secure funding for its research.
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Starting on Wednesday Sept. 12 and ending on Friday Sept. 14, the summit was held in San Francisco with the purpose of bringing people together from around the world to celebrate achievements and establish a deeper commitment to action in respect to climate change.
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Starting on Wednesday Sept. 12 and ending on Friday Sept. 14, the summit was held in San Francisco with the purpose of bringing people together from around the world to celebrate achievements and establish a deeper commitment to action in respect to climate change.
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On Monday, 54 students were mistakenly enrolled in "Foundations of Data Science," or Data 8. This incident occurred only days before the add/drop deadline, resulting in difficulties for those who changed their schedules based on this false enrollment assumption.
On Monday, 54 students were mistakenly enrolled in "Foundations of Data Science," or Data 8. This incident occurred only days before the add/drop deadline, resulting in difficulties for those who changed their schedules based on this false enrollment assumption.
The Labor Center defines low-wage workers as those earning less than two-thirds of the median full-time wage in California. Workers making less than $14.35 per hour are considered “low-wage” workers. Roughly 4,900,000 people in California are earning low wages
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The Labor Center defines low-wage workers as those earning less than two-thirds of the median full-time wage in California. Workers making less than $14.35 per hour are considered “low-wage” workers. Roughly 4,900,000 people in California are earning low wages
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Public documents, such as city council minutes, staff reports, ordinances and resolutions, can now be found on the city of Berkeley website, some dating back to the early 1900s. Users can now search for any public record by category and enter key terms and time ranges for specificity.
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Public documents, such as city council minutes, staff reports, ordinances and resolutions, can now be found on the city of Berkeley website, some dating back to the early 1900s. Users can now search for any public record by category and enter key terms and time ranges for specificity.
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A UC Berkeley student filed a petition in court against the campus and the UC Board of Regents after being prevented from walking at graduation over an alleged Title IX violation, claiming a “failed system” and a lack of due process.
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A UC Berkeley student filed a petition in court against the campus and the UC Board of Regents after being prevented from walking at graduation over an alleged Title IX violation, claiming a “failed system” and a lack of due process.
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On Sunday April 8, Sophie FitzMaurice, a resident of University Village, was horrified to open her door and find a notice stating that students deemed as “emotionally unfit” may lose their housing.
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On Sunday April 8, Sophie FitzMaurice, a resident of University Village, was horrified to open her door and find a notice stating that students deemed as “emotionally unfit” may lose their housing.
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UCLA’s yearly net price of $14,200 was the main reason for the flip in rankings, according to the Forbes article, given that UC Berkeley’s price is $17,200. Forbes also noted that 35 percent of UCLA students receive federal Pell Grants, whereas 31 percent of UC Berkeley students receive these grants.
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UCLA’s yearly net price of $14,200 was the main reason for the flip in rankings, according to the Forbes article, given that UC Berkeley’s price is $17,200. Forbes also noted that 35 percent of UCLA students receive federal Pell Grants, whereas 31 percent of UC Berkeley students receive these grants.
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