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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 20, 2023

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A panel of experts convened Tuesday in Berkeley to unveil a policy paper affirming the possibility of restoring tuition-free public higher education in California.
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A panel of experts convened Tuesday in Berkeley to unveil a policy paper affirming the possibility of restoring tuition-free public higher education in California.
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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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Here, The Daily Californian hopes to provide some context for the enrollment plan and outline some other topics that will be discussed at the board meeting this week.
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Here, The Daily Californian hopes to provide some context for the enrollment plan and outline some other topics that will be discussed at the board meeting this week.
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During their Sunday meeting, the University of California Student Association unanimously voted to pass a resolution expressing no confidence in Governor Jerry Brown.
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During their Sunday meeting, the University of California Student Association unanimously voted to pass a resolution expressing no confidence in Governor Jerry Brown.
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For the first time in 53 years, multiple UC campus student governments have come together to express their support for the creation of a new California Master Plan for Higher Education.
For the first time in 53 years, multiple UC campus student governments have come together to express their support for the creation of a new California Master Plan for Higher Education.
UC President Janet Napolitano called for a change in mindset concerning funding for higher education Friday, saying that public colleges and universities need to focus not on what they need, but on what they can do with current investment.
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UC President Janet Napolitano called for a change in mindset concerning funding for higher education Friday, saying that public colleges and universities need to focus not on what they need, but on what they can do with current investment.
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As Birgeneau's tenure comes to a close, the campus has achieved excellence. But the success has come at a cost, to both UC Berkeley itself and the University of California as a whole.
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As Birgeneau's tenure comes to a close, the campus has achieved excellence. But the success has come at a cost, to both UC Berkeley itself and the University of California as a whole.
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On Wednesday, the second of this week’s UC Board of Regents meeting at the UCSF Mission Bay campus focused on the system-wide expansion of online education and its implications for the UC.
On Wednesday, the second of this week’s UC Board of Regents meeting at the UCSF Mission Bay campus focused on the system-wide expansion of online education and its implications for the UC.
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