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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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Celeste Langan

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In a time of unknowns and uncertainties, many students with disabilities desire hybrid instruction, not as an accommodation, but rather as a matter of ensuring public health.
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In a time of unknowns and uncertainties, many students with disabilities desire hybrid instruction, not as an accommodation, but rather as a matter of ensuring public health.
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As the semester comes to an end, students are asked to complete course evaluations, the results of which can impact on an instructor’s career advancement and pay, according to Ben Hermalin, vice provost for the faculty.
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As the semester comes to an end, students are asked to complete course evaluations, the results of which can impact on an instructor’s career advancement and pay, according to Ben Hermalin, vice provost for the faculty.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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UC Berkeley staff and faculty voiced their expectations and desired qualifications in the next chancellor for the campus to members of the chancellor search advisory committee in two listening sessions held Thursday, Oct. 27.
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UC Berkeley staff and faculty voiced their expectations and desired qualifications in the next chancellor for the campus to members of the chancellor search advisory committee in two listening sessions held Thursday, Oct. 27.
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In light of UC Berkeley's $150 million annual budget deficit, Chancellor Nicholas Dirks authorized spending more than $200,000 for a consulting firm last year to improve his reputation to potential donors, among other strategic goals.
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In light of UC Berkeley's $150 million annual budget deficit, Chancellor Nicholas Dirks authorized spending more than $200,000 for a consulting firm last year to improve his reputation to potential donors, among other strategic goals.
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Amid concerns from employees and faculty, the UC Office of the President fielded questions and solicited feedback at a live webinar Monday on proposed retirement benefits plans.
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Amid concerns from employees and faculty, the UC Office of the President fielded questions and solicited feedback at a live webinar Monday on proposed retirement benefits plans.
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Construction commenced Monday on a privately funded pool that will replace the parking lot next to the University Health Services Tang Center and is intended to be an intercollegiate sports facility for the campus’s aquatic athletic teams.
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Construction commenced Monday on a privately funded pool that will replace the parking lot next to the University Health Services Tang Center and is intended to be an intercollegiate sports facility for the campus’s aquatic athletic teams.
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Those were my thoughts upon reading Chancellor Nicholas Dirks’ message of Sept. 5. It came late on a Friday afternoon — one of those irritating, one-way messages that signs off in bold, “Please do not reply to this message,” thus clothing an imperative — “do not reply” — in the language of civility: “please.”
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Those were my thoughts upon reading Chancellor Nicholas Dirks’ message of Sept. 5. It came late on a Friday afternoon — one of those irritating, one-way messages that signs off in bold, “Please do not reply to this message,” thus clothing an imperative — “do not reply” — in the language of civility: “please.”
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On Saturday morning, Cal football fans arrived at the steps of Sproul Plaza for a pre-game rally, only to find the space already occupied — by three tents and a small group of sleep-deprived protesters.
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On Saturday morning, Cal football fans arrived at the steps of Sproul Plaza for a pre-game rally, only to find the space already occupied — by three tents and a small group of sleep-deprived protesters.
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