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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 19, 2023

Virgie Hoban

News Editor

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UC Berkeley has rehired five Eshleman Hall custodians that were issued layoff notices in August because of the building’s impending demolition.
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UC Berkeley has rehired five Eshleman Hall custodians that were issued layoff notices in August because of the building’s impending demolition.
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The UC Berkeley Classics Department has initiated an online open-access publication series designed to help scholars publish their research and disseminate it to the public.
The UC Berkeley Classics Department has initiated an online open-access publication series designed to help scholars publish their research and disseminate it to the public.
Registered voters in Alameda County now have access to a new mobile phone application designed to educate voters about voting procedure.
Registered voters in Alameda County now have access to a new mobile phone application designed to educate voters about voting procedure.
The perfect illustration of both its world class academics and pervasively liberal culture, UC Berkeley will be the first university in the country to offer graduate courses in Dutch studies next year.
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The perfect illustration of both its world class academics and pervasively liberal culture, UC Berkeley will be the first university in the country to offer graduate courses in Dutch studies next year.
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The Administrator of the USAID spoke to members of the UC Berkeley community about the agency’s collaborative approach to reduce poverty, sustain healthier communities and promote worldwide economic development.
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The Administrator of the USAID spoke to members of the UC Berkeley community about the agency’s collaborative approach to reduce poverty, sustain healthier communities and promote worldwide economic development.
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UC Berkeley has joined a nationwide initiative launched Oct. 2 that was designed to increase the graduation rates at the country’s public universities.
UC Berkeley has joined a nationwide initiative launched Oct. 2 that was designed to increase the graduation rates at the country’s public universities.
A new comic-book store selling original pop culture art will open Tuesday on Ashby Avenue. TR!CKSTER will operate dually as an art convention and a store selling creator-owned original artwork such as comics, books and toys.
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A new comic-book store selling original pop culture art will open Tuesday on Ashby Avenue. TR!CKSTER will operate dually as an art convention and a store selling creator-owned original artwork such as comics, books and toys.
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University of California Student Association President Angelica Salceda has stepped down from her position, UCSA officials said Wednesday.
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University of California Student Association President Angelica Salceda has stepped down from her position, UCSA officials said Wednesday.
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UCPD announced the release of its annual campus crime statistics report Friday, showing an increase in the number of sexual offenses reported on campus in 2011 and a significant decrease in the number of reported burglaries.
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UCPD announced the release of its annual campus crime statistics report Friday, showing an increase in the number of sexual offenses reported on campus in 2011 and a significant decrease in the number of reported burglaries.
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The goal of mayoral candidate Bernt Wahl’s campaign is not to beat out his opponents, but rather to seize an opportunity to articulate his ideas for city development and innovation to a wider audience.
The goal of mayoral candidate Bernt Wahl’s campaign is not to beat out his opponents, but rather to seize an opportunity to articulate his ideas for city development and innovation to a wider audience.