BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

Taryn Smith

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Choudhry, currently a professor at New York University School of Law will succeed Interim Dean Gillian Lester, and replace Christopher Edley, Jr., former dean who stepped down in December 2013 after almost nine years of service.
Choudhry, currently a professor at New York University School of Law will succeed Interim Dean Gillian Lester, and replace Christopher Edley, Jr., former dean who stepped down in December 2013 after almost nine years of service.
The United Auto Workers Local 2865 represents 13,000 GSI, readers, and both graduate and undergraduate tutors across the UC system. According to the UC Office of the President, this agreement will ensure student workers have access to the restrooms and lactation stations they need, in a case-by case basis upon employment.
The United Auto Workers Local 2865 represents 13,000 GSI, readers, and both graduate and undergraduate tutors across the UC system. According to the UC Office of the President, this agreement will ensure student workers have access to the restrooms and lactation stations they need, in a case-by case basis upon employment.
Apartheid survivors and human rights activists shared their stories of forgiveness and reconciliation during a Monday panel in commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s election as South African president.
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Apartheid survivors and human rights activists shared their stories of forgiveness and reconciliation during a Monday panel in commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s election as South African president.
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In response to a severe, ongoing statewide drought, the East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors on Tuesday purchased $8 million of water and reinstated a recommendation that its customers reduce water use.
In response to a severe, ongoing statewide drought, the East Bay Municipal Utility District Board of Directors on Tuesday purchased $8 million of water and reinstated a recommendation that its customers reduce water use.
George Turin, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus in the department of electrical engineering and computer sciences died last month.He was 84.
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George Turin, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus in the department of electrical engineering and computer sciences died last month.He was 84.
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A California Senate bill that would establish a loan program for undocumented students at the University of California and California State University was announced Wednesday in the state legislature.
A California Senate bill that would establish a loan program for undocumented students at the University of California and California State University was announced Wednesday in the state legislature.
A coalition of over 420 student representatives from across the UC system, including about 35 UC Berkeley students, met with senators and assemblymembers at the state capitol on Monday, lobbying about issues important to UC students.
A coalition of over 420 student representatives from across the UC system, including about 35 UC Berkeley students, met with senators and assemblymembers at the state capitol on Monday, lobbying about issues important to UC students.
Local and international climate justice activists shared their experiences in working toward divestment from the fossil fuel industry and advocated for a “non-exploitative, low-carbon and equitable future” at a panel discussion Tuesday evening.
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Local and international climate justice activists shared their experiences in working toward divestment from the fossil fuel industry and advocated for a “non-exploitative, low-carbon and equitable future” at a panel discussion Tuesday evening.
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Two candidates are running for the ASUC Student Advocate this year, with goals including policy reform and making the office more accessible to students.
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Two candidates are running for the ASUC Student Advocate this year, with goals including policy reform and making the office more accessible to students.
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As part of its goal to diversify revenue, UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium will soon begin renting to new tenants and expanding events to include weddings.
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As part of its goal to diversify revenue, UC Berkeley’s Memorial Stadium will soon begin renting to new tenants and expanding events to include weddings.
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