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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Nicholas Dirks was a bit apprehensive. A few months into his new role as chancellor of UC Berkeley, he found himself in a sea of strident blue and gold, surrounded by hordes of screaming students. Dirks was at the first Cal football game of the season — in the student section.
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Nicholas Dirks was a bit apprehensive. A few months into his new role as chancellor of UC Berkeley, he found himself in a sea of strident blue and gold, surrounded by hordes of screaming students. Dirks was at the first Cal football game of the season — in the student section.
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UC Berkeley students voiced concerns about the campus undocumented community’s food insecurity and lack of financial resources and housing during an informal discussion hosted by Chancellor Nicholas Dirks on Monday evening.
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UC Berkeley students voiced concerns about the campus undocumented community’s food insecurity and lack of financial resources and housing during an informal discussion hosted by Chancellor Nicholas Dirks on Monday evening.
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The Open Access Initiative at Berkeley organized a workshop to provide answers to both general and logistical questions about open access, including how to publish open-access work. The event was part of the global Open Access Week, which is now in its sixth year.
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The Open Access Initiative at Berkeley organized a workshop to provide answers to both general and logistical questions about open access, including how to publish open-access work. The event was part of the global Open Access Week, which is now in its sixth year.
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Michael Santos, free from prison 65 days ago, gave a lecture on the issue of mass incarceration Wednesday evening. Speaking to students in Wheeler Auditorium, Santos outlined his plan to fight mass incarceration and urged students to join his effort. This was his second time as lecturer for Political Science 179, a speaker series facilitated by Haas professor Alan Ross.
Michael Santos, free from prison 65 days ago, gave a lecture on the issue of mass incarceration Wednesday evening. Speaking to students in Wheeler Auditorium, Santos outlined his plan to fight mass incarceration and urged students to join his effort. This was his second time as lecturer for Political Science 179, a speaker series facilitated by Haas professor Alan Ross.
John Flanagan, professor of optometry, ophthalmology and vision science, will begin his five-year term as the eighth dean of the UC Berkeley School of Optometry in June 2014.
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John Flanagan, professor of optometry, ophthalmology and vision science, will begin his five-year term as the eighth dean of the UC Berkeley School of Optometry in June 2014.
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The Free Law Project, a new California nonprofit, will provide free and easy access to legal material and research for anyone to download. The nonprofit seeks to organize and distribute U.S. court opinions to the public.
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The Free Law Project, a new California nonprofit, will provide free and easy access to legal material and research for anyone to download. The nonprofit seeks to organize and distribute U.S. court opinions to the public.
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UC Berkeley administrators invited students, staff and faculty to participate in an online survey on mental health and wellbeing as part of an evaluation of the campus’ mental health services.
UC Berkeley administrators invited students, staff and faculty to participate in an online survey on mental health and wellbeing as part of an evaluation of the campus’ mental health services.
More than 100 Berkeley entrepreneurs gathered in Downtown Berkeley to participate in Startup Weekend, a student-run 54-hour event where entrepreneurs pitch ideas to peers and venture capitalist judges.
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More than 100 Berkeley entrepreneurs gathered in Downtown Berkeley to participate in Startup Weekend, a student-run 54-hour event where entrepreneurs pitch ideas to peers and venture capitalist judges.
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A University of California service and patient care workers’ union has alleged that the UC illegally threatened and intimidated its health care workers during a May strike, according to a Sept. 12 formal complaint.
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A University of California service and patient care workers’ union has alleged that the UC illegally threatened and intimidated its health care workers during a May strike, according to a Sept. 12 formal complaint.
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A policy change mandated by the UC Office of the President regarding the hiring of student note-takers for disabled students’ programs at its campuses has created significant delays in the program’s services at UC Berkeley that are yet to be fully resolved.
A policy change mandated by the UC Office of the President regarding the hiring of student note-takers for disabled students’ programs at its campuses has created significant delays in the program’s services at UC Berkeley that are yet to be fully resolved.