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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2022

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Sabina Mahavni

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The UC Board of Regents met Wednesday to approve the Upper Hearst Development project and provide “very badly needed space” for the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy.
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The UC Board of Regents met Wednesday to approve the Upper Hearst Development project and provide “very badly needed space” for the UC Berkeley Goldman School of Public Policy.
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The Cooperative Reuse pilot program, which aimed to eliminate illegal dumping during the student move-out process at the end of the spring 2018 semester, will be repeated this year, starting May 18.
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The Cooperative Reuse pilot program, which aimed to eliminate illegal dumping during the student move-out process at the end of the spring 2018 semester, will be repeated this year, starting May 18.
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With the year 2020 approaching, UC Berkeley has diverted only about half the solid waste from landfills necessary to reach its zero waste by 2020 goal.
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With the year 2020 approaching, UC Berkeley has diverted only about half the solid waste from landfills necessary to reach its zero waste by 2020 goal.
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UC Berkeley chancellor’s professor of economics Emi Nakamura received the prestigious John Bates Clark Medal on Wednesday — the fourth woman to do so since the award’s inception in 1947.
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UC Berkeley chancellor’s professor of economics Emi Nakamura received the prestigious John Bates Clark Medal on Wednesday — the fourth woman to do so since the award’s inception in 1947.
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This spring marks the first instance in which the campus administration will grant religious accommodations for the Islamic holiday Ramadan, which this year lasts from May 5 to June 4 — in the middle of which fall final exams.
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This spring marks the first instance in which the campus administration will grant religious accommodations for the Islamic holiday Ramadan, which this year lasts from May 5 to June 4 — in the middle of which fall final exams.
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Thursday marked the five-year anniversary of the UC Berkeley Food Pantry, a resource center dedicated to helping campus students and staff who need immediate food assistance.
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Thursday marked the five-year anniversary of the UC Berkeley Food Pantry, a resource center dedicated to helping campus students and staff who need immediate food assistance.
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The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation awarded 168 fellowships to scholars, artists and scientists throughout the U.S. and Canada — five of which are UC Berkeley faculty members — on Wednesday.
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The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation awarded 168 fellowships to scholars, artists and scientists throughout the U.S. and Canada — five of which are UC Berkeley faculty members — on Wednesday.
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CalSERVE candidate Varsha Sarveshwar is running unopposed for External Affairs Vice President, or EAVP, in the upcoming 2019 ASUC elections, campaigning on a platform to make student voices heard in “spaces of power” that make policy decisions affecting the campus community.
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CalSERVE candidate Varsha Sarveshwar is running unopposed for External Affairs Vice President, or EAVP, in the upcoming 2019 ASUC elections, campaigning on a platform to make student voices heard in “spaces of power” that make policy decisions affecting the campus community.
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From tutoring middle school students in Common Core math to developing a “personal connection” with elementary school students from marginalized communities, UC Berkeley mentorship programs cater to a wide variety of students in the community.
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From tutoring middle school students in Common Core math to developing a “personal connection” with elementary school students from marginalized communities, UC Berkeley mentorship programs cater to a wide variety of students in the community.
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UC Santa Cruz, or UCSC, plans to shift from its university-provided child care services to the independent, private child care provider Bright Horizons — a “disheartening” and “hypocritical” reality some UCSC student parents must face.
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UC Santa Cruz, or UCSC, plans to shift from its university-provided child care services to the independent, private child care provider Bright Horizons — a “disheartening” and “hypocritical” reality some UCSC student parents must face.
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