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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Charter Day 2018

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Building Berkeley

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To stroll through UC Berkeley's campus is to travel through time, whether looking out from the top of the Campanile or down from the hills above.
To stroll through UC Berkeley's campus is to travel through time, whether looking out from the top of the Campanile or down from the hills above.
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Maybe once the university fully reconciles its chilling narrative, the souls of the indigenous people, victims of the atomic bomb and all others made to suffer in university’s history will finally lay to rest.
Maybe once the university fully reconciles its chilling narrative, the souls of the indigenous people, victims of the atomic bomb and all others made to suffer in university’s history will finally lay to rest.
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Today is UC Berkeley’s 150th birthday, and The Daily Californian’s Charter Day issue looks to offer a more complete story of what this campus is: the good, the bad and the ugly.
Today is UC Berkeley’s 150th birthday, and The Daily Californian’s Charter Day issue looks to offer a more complete story of what this campus is: the good, the bad and the ugly.
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To stroll through UC Berkeley's campus is to travel through time, whether looking out from the top of the Campanile or down from the hills above.
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To stroll through UC Berkeley's campus is to travel through time, whether looking out from the top of the Campanile or down from the hills above.
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Maybe once the university fully reconciles its chilling narrative, the souls of the indigenous people, victims of the atomic bomb and all others made to suffer in university’s history will finally lay to rest.
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Maybe once the university fully reconciles its chilling narrative, the souls of the indigenous people, victims of the atomic bomb and all others made to suffer in university’s history will finally lay to rest.
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Today is UC Berkeley’s 150th birthday, and The Daily Californian’s Charter Day issue looks to offer a more complete story of what this campus is: the good, the bad and the ugly.
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Today is UC Berkeley’s 150th birthday, and The Daily Californian’s Charter Day issue looks to offer a more complete story of what this campus is: the good, the bad and the ugly.
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I’m not going to tell you what legacy to believe in, but I found mine in the millenium pop and JNCO jeans of “Boys and Girls.”
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I’m not going to tell you what legacy to believe in, but I found mine in the millenium pop and JNCO jeans of “Boys and Girls.”
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The C.V. Starr East Asian Library, the South/Southeast Asia Library and the Ethnic Studies Library become increasingly important to UC Berkeley.
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The C.V. Starr East Asian Library, the South/Southeast Asia Library and the Ethnic Studies Library become increasingly important to UC Berkeley.
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While Cal’s performance that afternoon may have gone down as a loss in a stat book, it was a victory for the world of sports.
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While Cal’s performance that afternoon may have gone down as a loss in a stat book, it was a victory for the world of sports.
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The UC was chartered on March 23, 1868 when California governor Henry Haight signed the Organic Act, which created California’s first land-grant university. The road to Charter Day was paved years before this, however, with a little help from former president Abraham Lincoln.
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The UC was chartered on March 23, 1868 when California governor Henry Haight signed the Organic Act, which created California’s first land-grant university. The road to Charter Day was paved years before this, however, with a little help from former president Abraham Lincoln.
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There’s no way we could possibly get every contribution to society the school made into one succinct list, but we’ve compiled some of the highlights!
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There’s no way we could possibly get every contribution to society the school made into one succinct list, but we’ve compiled some of the highlights!
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In my time as chancellor, I’ve been thinking a lot about the qualities that define our particular character and history. Intellectual courage is one of the most important
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In my time as chancellor, I’ve been thinking a lot about the qualities that define our particular character and history. Intellectual courage is one of the most important
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