BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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Michael Barbaro, a New York Times reporter and the host of the nationally-renowned news podcast, The Daily, will be the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, or J-School, keynote speaker for the Spring commencement ceremony, May 18.
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Michael Barbaro, a New York Times reporter and the host of the nationally-renowned news podcast, The Daily, will be the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, or J-School, keynote speaker for the Spring commencement ceremony, May 18.
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The host, New York Times veteran writer, Michael Barbaro, visited UC Berkeley on Friday to talk about transforming journalism into the audio format, the impact that has had and how podcasts differ from written news.
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The host, New York Times veteran writer, Michael Barbaro, visited UC Berkeley on Friday to talk about transforming journalism into the audio format, the impact that has had and how podcasts differ from written news.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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Ben Manilla, a lecturer and director of audio at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and his wife Eliza Lape contracted rat lungworm disease, a brain-invading parasite, in January while vacationing in Hawaii, as first reported by the San Francisco Chronicle.
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Ben Manilla, a lecturer and director of audio at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, and his wife Eliza Lape contracted rat lungworm disease, a brain-invading parasite, in January while vacationing in Hawaii, as first reported by the San Francisco Chronicle.
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