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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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The Bears will take the short trip to San Francisco to matchup against in-state and out-of-state foes.
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The Bears will take the short trip to San Francisco to matchup against in-state and out-of-state foes.
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Outside of its showdown against St. Mary’s, the Bears had a lot more to be happy about this weekend, as this tournament proved the first opportunity in months to compete against a diverse field of talent.
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Outside of its showdown against St. Mary’s, the Bears had a lot more to be happy about this weekend, as this tournament proved the first opportunity in months to compete against a diverse field of talent.
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On Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders announced an immediate action agreement to provide a package of relief funds to those impacted by the recession.
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On Wednesday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders announced an immediate action agreement to provide a package of relief funds to those impacted by the recession.
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Even when you love teaching, who wants to stick around at a job lacking such basic necessities? Most lecturers can’t afford to.
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Even when you love teaching, who wants to stick around at a job lacking such basic necessities? Most lecturers can’t afford to.
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They voted to form an AFT council specific to the University of California, creating the University Council-AFT, which currently represents more than 3,300 librarians and non-Academic Senate faculty members such as lecturers, has staff on all 10 UC campuses and continues to enter into regular negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, over salaries, job security, job roles and more.
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They voted to form an AFT council specific to the University of California, creating the University Council-AFT, which currently represents more than 3,300 librarians and non-Academic Senate faculty members such as lecturers, has staff on all 10 UC campuses and continues to enter into regular negotiations with the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, over salaries, job security, job roles and more.
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