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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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Amid the ebb and flow of private funding that occurs every year, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in private donations to UC Berkeley to support the campus community.
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Amid the ebb and flow of private funding that occurs every year, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in private donations to UC Berkeley to support the campus community.
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After the Hispanic Serving Institution, or HSI, initiative was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, UC Berkeley is continuing its efforts to increase diversity.
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After the Hispanic Serving Institution, or HSI, initiative was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, UC Berkeley is continuing its efforts to increase diversity.
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Despite budget cuts faced by UC Berkeley, the African American Initiative, or AAI, hopes to continue its efforts to increase Black recruitment and retention rates, bolster support systems and cultivate a better campus climate.
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Despite budget cuts faced by UC Berkeley, the African American Initiative, or AAI, hopes to continue its efforts to increase Black recruitment and retention rates, bolster support systems and cultivate a better campus climate.
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UC Berkeley raised a record-breaking $1.039 billion this fiscal year, with donations from more than 61,000 donors.
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UC Berkeley raised a record-breaking $1.039 billion this fiscal year, with donations from more than 61,000 donors.
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As national conversations around race continue, Black students and faculty members at UC Berkeley are bringing attention to issues the Black community faces, including isolation, frustration and impostor syndrome.
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As national conversations around race continue, Black students and faculty members at UC Berkeley are bringing attention to issues the Black community faces, including isolation, frustration and impostor syndrome.
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Despite funding and campus climate challenges, the UC Berkeley African American Initiative expects to double its number of scholarship recipients in 2020.
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Despite funding and campus climate challenges, the UC Berkeley African American Initiative expects to double its number of scholarship recipients in 2020.
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Tucked in the corner of the Hearst Field Annex building is the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center, one of the various resources for the Black community at UC Berkeley. As a part of UC Berkeley's African American Student Development, the center serves the academic, social, cultural and political needs of the campus Black community.
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Tucked in the corner of the Hearst Field Annex building is the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center, one of the various resources for the Black community at UC Berkeley. As a part of UC Berkeley's African American Student Development, the center serves the academic, social, cultural and political needs of the campus Black community.
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The initiative is a “a comprehensive effort to address the underrepresentation of African American students, faculty, and staff,” according to the UC Berkeley Division of Equity & Inclusion’s website.
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The initiative is a “a comprehensive effort to address the underrepresentation of African American students, faculty, and staff,” according to the UC Berkeley Division of Equity & Inclusion’s website.
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It has taken more than two years of organizing rallies, marches and demonstrations for the Black Student Union, or BSU, to obtain a five-year contract for the Hearst Field Annex space with a $30,000 annual stipend to pay for its programs.
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It has taken more than two years of organizing rallies, marches and demonstrations for the Black Student Union, or BSU, to obtain a five-year contract for the Hearst Field Annex space with a $30,000 annual stipend to pay for its programs.
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The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a significant victory to supporters of affirmative action June 23 when it upheld the consideration of race in the admissions policy of the University of Texas at Austin. But the decision won’t impact the university’s admissions policy because California state law supersedes the verdict.
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The U.S. Supreme Court dealt a significant victory to supporters of affirmative action June 23 when it upheld the consideration of race in the admissions policy of the University of Texas at Austin. But the decision won’t impact the university’s admissions policy because California state law supersedes the verdict.
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