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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Despite the surge in applications from California freshmen in underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, many say that diversity on campus is inadequate and that resources for those students are not enough.
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Despite the surge in applications from California freshmen in underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, many say that diversity on campus is inadequate and that resources for those students are not enough.
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We have come a long way since I was a UC Berkeley student, and yet, there’s still much more we need to do to adequately represent the people of California.
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We have come a long way since I was a UC Berkeley student, and yet, there’s still much more we need to do to adequately represent the people of California.
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Students, especially students of color, rely on SAPEP to help them attain higher education that might otherwise be impossible.
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Students, especially students of color, rely on SAPEP to help them attain higher education that might otherwise be impossible.
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While affirmative action remains an imperfect policy, it will still take us a step closer to equal opportunity for everyone.
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While affirmative action remains an imperfect policy, it will still take us a step closer to equal opportunity for everyone.
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In a time filled with protests and challenges to old systems, it is only fitting that one of California voters’ most controversial decisions, Proposition 209, which prohibited public universities from considering race in admissions, is being given a second look. 
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In a time filled with protests and challenges to old systems, it is only fitting that one of California voters’ most controversial decisions, Proposition 209, which prohibited public universities from considering race in admissions, is being given a second look. 
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Today, ACA 5 has unanimous support from the UC regents, and voters deserve a chance to repeal a race-blind system that was tried and has failed.
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Today, ACA 5 has unanimous support from the UC regents, and voters deserve a chance to repeal a race-blind system that was tried and has failed.
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The Berkeley Forum hosted an affirmative action debate March 5, where participants argued about controversial aspects of race-based admissions.
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The Berkeley Forum hosted an affirmative action debate March 5, where participants argued about controversial aspects of race-based admissions.
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The term Asian American has been powerful in uniting Asian minority groups, but who does this alliance ultimately benefit?
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The term Asian American has been powerful in uniting Asian minority groups, but who does this alliance ultimately benefit?
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The U.S. Department of Justice exposed the largest known college admissions bribery scheme in United States history. And while the actions brought to light by this investigation are illegal, this scam is symptomatic of a much larger problem of inequity in academia and education.
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The U.S. Department of Justice exposed the largest known college admissions bribery scheme in United States history. And while the actions brought to light by this investigation are illegal, this scam is symptomatic of a much larger problem of inequity in academia and education.
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