BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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After dedicating over seventy years of his life expanding opportunities for students at the University of California, former campus Dean of Engineering Karl Pister died Saturday at the age of 96.
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After dedicating over seventy years of his life expanding opportunities for students at the University of California, former campus Dean of Engineering Karl Pister died Saturday at the age of 96.
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Despite the surge in applications from California freshmen in underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, many say that diversity on campus is inadequate and that resources for those students are not enough.
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Despite the surge in applications from California freshmen in underrepresented racial and ethnic groups, many say that diversity on campus is inadequate and that resources for those students are not enough.
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Students, especially students of color, rely on SAPEP to help them attain higher education that might otherwise be impossible.
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Students, especially students of color, rely on SAPEP to help them attain higher education that might otherwise be impossible.
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While affirmative action remains an imperfect policy, it will still take us a step closer to equal opportunity for everyone.
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While affirmative action remains an imperfect policy, it will still take us a step closer to equal opportunity for everyone.
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This lawsuit comes amid a federal lawsuit against Harvard University, which is similarly accused of discriminating against Asian American students in its admissions practices.
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This lawsuit comes amid a federal lawsuit against Harvard University, which is similarly accused of discriminating against Asian American students in its admissions practices.
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Next week, more than 108,000 applicants will open their emails to find out whether they were accepted, rejected or wait-listed by UC Berkeley — a drastic increase from the 271 applications the college received in 1892.
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Next week, more than 108,000 applicants will open their emails to find out whether they were accepted, rejected or wait-listed by UC Berkeley — a drastic increase from the 271 applications the college received in 1892.
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