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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Chancellor Carol Christ

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A UC Berkeley workgroup released a draft report detailing its recommendations on how departments should issue and attribute political statements, drawing criticism from the Berkeley Faculty Association as a “chilling of free speech.”
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A UC Berkeley workgroup released a draft report detailing its recommendations on how departments should issue and attribute political statements, drawing criticism from the Berkeley Faculty Association as a “chilling of free speech.”
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Making up more than 40% of the state’s population, Latine and Hispanic people are California’s largest ethnic group. Yet, the University of California’s flagship campus does not match this demographic profile. Less than 18% of UC Berkeley’s undergraduate and graduate students identify as Hispanic or Latine, according to fall 2022 enrollment data.
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Making up more than 40% of the state’s population, Latine and Hispanic people are California’s largest ethnic group. Yet, the University of California’s flagship campus does not match this demographic profile. Less than 18% of UC Berkeley’s undergraduate and graduate students identify as Hispanic or Latine, according to fall 2022 enrollment data.
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Since the formation of UC Berkeley’s division of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS, students and faculty alike have urged for the establishment their own physical place on campus.
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Since the formation of UC Berkeley’s division of Computing, Data Science and Society, or CDSS, students and faculty alike have urged for the establishment their own physical place on campus.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The class of 2021 graduated in person. Surviving the most recent years strengthened the class and created a sense of connection and family between them.
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The class of 2021 graduated in person. Surviving the most recent years strengthened the class and created a sense of connection and family between them.
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Students and community members spoke Monday in protest of campus plans to build housing on People’s Park.
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Students and community members spoke Monday in protest of campus plans to build housing on People’s Park.
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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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Professors serve as mirrors for our students and their humanity. This is an awesome power that, by its commission or omission, can change a student’s life.
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Professors serve as mirrors for our students and their humanity. This is an awesome power that, by its commission or omission, can change a student’s life.
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Anti-Asian hate crimes have risen significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, with reporting database Stop AAPI Hate receiving almost 3,000 accounts of hate crimes since last spring.
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Anti-Asian hate crimes have risen significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, with reporting database Stop AAPI Hate receiving almost 3,000 accounts of hate crimes since last spring.
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The problem lies in an unrealistic timeline when even the amount of vaccines allocated to the UC system is ambiguous.
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The problem lies in an unrealistic timeline when even the amount of vaccines allocated to the UC system is ambiguous.
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