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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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The California Supreme Court's Thursday ruling ordered campus to freeze enrollment at 2020-2021 levels, which will prevent thousands of students from enrolling at UC Berkeley in the fall.
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The California Supreme Court's Thursday ruling ordered campus to freeze enrollment at 2020-2021 levels, which will prevent thousands of students from enrolling at UC Berkeley in the fall.
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UC Berkeley officially welcomed students, staff and faculty back onto campus Monday following a previous campus Division of Student Affairs press release sent Friday that outlined updates to the mask and vaccination policy. 
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UC Berkeley officially welcomed students, staff and faculty back onto campus Monday following a previous campus Division of Student Affairs press release sent Friday that outlined updates to the mask and vaccination policy. 
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Three prominent UC Berkeley figures met virtually Monday in order to reflect on the past year and discuss what the future holds. 
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Three prominent UC Berkeley figures met virtually Monday in order to reflect on the past year and discuss what the future holds. 
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UC Berkeley professor in mechanical engineering Oliver O'Reilly will serve as campus' interim vice provost for undergraduate education beginning July 1.
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UC Berkeley professor in mechanical engineering Oliver O'Reilly will serve as campus' interim vice provost for undergraduate education beginning July 1.
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Catherine Koshland, a member of the UC Berkeley community since 1984, has agreed to serve as the interim executive vice chancellor and provost, while campus launches a nationwide search for a permanent replacement for Paul Alivisatos per campus policy.
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Catherine Koshland, a member of the UC Berkeley community since 1984, has agreed to serve as the interim executive vice chancellor and provost, while campus launches a nationwide search for a permanent replacement for Paul Alivisatos per campus policy.
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With the COVID-19 pandemic throwing the UC Berkeley community into a virtual setting last spring, campus administrators continue to work to stay ahead of an unpredictable curve.
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With the COVID-19 pandemic throwing the UC Berkeley community into a virtual setting last spring, campus administrators continue to work to stay ahead of an unpredictable curve.
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The majority of fall semester instruction will be held online, with a select number of classes consisting of 25 or fewer people meeting in person.
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The majority of fall semester instruction will be held online, with a select number of classes consisting of 25 or fewer people meeting in person.
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In a campuswide email Wednesday, the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost released recommendations regarding the proctoring of finals under shelter-in-place orders.
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In a campuswide email Wednesday, the Office of the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost released recommendations regarding the proctoring of finals under shelter-in-place orders.
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Campus administration extended the deadlines to drop or withdraw from summer courses with a refund Tuesday. The move was made to allow students more flexibility and more time to try out courses and their online format before worrying about deadlines.
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Campus administration extended the deadlines to drop or withdraw from summer courses with a refund Tuesday. The move was made to allow students more flexibility and more time to try out courses and their online format before worrying about deadlines.
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Campus officials announced Friday that summer classes would be completely online in response to the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, pandemic. All summer 2020 classes will be offered through Zoom, bCourses and other virtual methods.
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Campus officials announced Friday that summer classes would be completely online in response to the COVID-19, or the novel coronavirus, pandemic. All summer 2020 classes will be offered through Zoom, bCourses and other virtual methods.
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