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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 06, 2023

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The 10 University of California chancellors universally signed a statement issued Dec. 13 in opposition to an academic boycott of Israeli scholars and higher learning institutions.
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The 10 University of California chancellors universally signed a statement issued Dec. 13 in opposition to an academic boycott of Israeli scholars and higher learning institutions.
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In two separate open letters sent this week — one from AMCHA Initiative and one from Alums for Campus Fairness — 590 UC alumni, 47 organizations and 176 faculty members from campuses across the country urged UC President Janet Napolitano to address concerns of anti-Zionist sentiment in a number of UC faculty.
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In two separate open letters sent this week — one from AMCHA Initiative and one from Alums for Campus Fairness — 590 UC alumni, 47 organizations and 176 faculty members from campuses across the country urged UC President Janet Napolitano to address concerns of anti-Zionist sentiment in a number of UC faculty.
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On Monday, Carla Hesse, executive dean of the College of Letters and Science, rescinded her suspension of the controversial DeCal course previously titled “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis.”
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On Monday, Carla Hesse, executive dean of the College of Letters and Science, rescinded her suspension of the controversial DeCal course previously titled “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis.”
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On Tuesday, UC Berkeley suspended an erroneously approved student-led DeCal called “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis” that many in the Jewish community alleged was politically bent.
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On Tuesday, UC Berkeley suspended an erroneously approved student-led DeCal called “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis” that many in the Jewish community alleged was politically bent.
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A state Senate resolution that would urge the University of California to condemn anti-Semitism and racism on its campuses has drawn objections from organizations who say the legislation’s definition of anti-Semitism would stifle free speech.
A state Senate resolution that would urge the University of California to condemn anti-Semitism and racism on its campuses has drawn objections from organizations who say the legislation’s definition of anti-Semitism would stifle free speech.