BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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UC Berkeley is back on top as the number one public school in the nation after being ranked second since 2020, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2022–23 rankings.
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UC Berkeley is back on top as the number one public school in the nation after being ranked second since 2020, according to the U.S. News & World Report’s 2022–23 rankings.
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Queen Máxima of the Netherlands visited campus Wednesday for the launch of the Dutch Network for Academics in the United States, or DNA-US.
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Queen Máxima of the Netherlands visited campus Wednesday for the launch of the Dutch Network for Academics in the United States, or DNA-US.
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The U.S. Department of Education rejected UC Berkeley’s grant proposal for the McNairs Scholars Program, and campus cannot reapply until 2027.
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The U.S. Department of Education rejected UC Berkeley’s grant proposal for the McNairs Scholars Program, and campus cannot reapply until 2027.
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Working with an advisory board of journalists, publishers and academics from throughout California, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism will launch a $25 million state-funded fellowship program to fund reporting in underserved communities starting next year.
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Working with an advisory board of journalists, publishers and academics from throughout California, UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism will launch a $25 million state-funded fellowship program to fund reporting in underserved communities starting next year.
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A recent study by UC Berkeley neuroscientists draws connections between dopamine levels and behavior in mice who experience food insecurity.
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A recent study by UC Berkeley neuroscientists draws connections between dopamine levels and behavior in mice who experience food insecurity.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its fall 2022 lineup of events for this semester Sept. 7, which will feature speakers talking about current events such as reproductive rights, data privacy and infectious disease.
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The Berkeley Forum announced its fall 2022 lineup of events for this semester Sept. 7, which will feature speakers talking about current events such as reproductive rights, data privacy and infectious disease.
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Many UC Berkeley students have reported that their Clipper cards have stopped working, affecting their ability to travel to and from campus. 
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Many UC Berkeley students have reported that their Clipper cards have stopped working, affecting their ability to travel to and from campus. 
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Some members of the UC Berkeley community recently took to Twitter to express their discontentment with campus’s “English Pronunciation Workshop,” offered once a semester through the International Office.
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Some members of the UC Berkeley community recently took to Twitter to express their discontentment with campus’s “English Pronunciation Workshop,” offered once a semester through the International Office.
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UC Berkeley changed its mask policy by removing the requirement that masks must be worn for those who have not received a flu vaccination.
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UC Berkeley changed its mask policy by removing the requirement that masks must be worn for those who have not received a flu vaccination.
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On a hot Sunday at People’s Park, a construction bulldozer sits on patchy grass, wrapped in blue and gold tarp. A swing hangs from its arm.
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On a hot Sunday at People’s Park, a construction bulldozer sits on patchy grass, wrapped in blue and gold tarp. A swing hangs from its arm.
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