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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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I had always been told that college would be a time of self-discovery and “finding yourself,” and realized that there wasn’t a particular field of study or career path I could see myself exploring.
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I had always been told that college would be a time of self-discovery and “finding yourself,” and realized that there wasn’t a particular field of study or career path I could see myself exploring.
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The EECS department announced May 26 that EECS 16B will no longer be a major course requirement for the computer science major.
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The EECS department announced May 26 that EECS 16B will no longer be a major course requirement for the computer science major.
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UC Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences announced that future enrollment for Computer Science 70 would not be restricted by major.
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UC Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences announced that future enrollment for Computer Science 70 would not be restricted by major.
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Losing just a single one of these scaled classes will be a disaster since the department must provide more than 7,000 student-seats per year in the upper division courses. It will create a situation where there are simply not enough classroom seats for our existing majors to meet graduation requirements.
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Losing just a single one of these scaled classes will be a disaster since the department must provide more than 7,000 student-seats per year in the upper division courses. It will create a situation where there are simply not enough classroom seats for our existing majors to meet graduation requirements.
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The UC Berkeley community reacted with mixed emotions to Thursday’s California Supreme Court ruling limiting campus enrollment to 2020-21 numbers.
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The UC Berkeley community reacted with mixed emotions to Thursday’s California Supreme Court ruling limiting campus enrollment to 2020-21 numbers.
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As the fall semester comes to an end, some students may decide to drop a class late, a process which takes specific steps to complete, according to UC Berkeley administrators.
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As the fall semester comes to an end, some students may decide to drop a class late, a process which takes specific steps to complete, according to UC Berkeley administrators.
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If campus doesn’t provide an academic safety net, students will continue to feel pressure to attend class, despite the health risks.
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If campus doesn’t provide an academic safety net, students will continue to feel pressure to attend class, despite the health risks.
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In March 2020, UC Berkeley implemented a universal pass/no pass policy for the semester, setting a campus precedent for an adjusted grading system during remote schooling. Adjustments were extended through fall 2020 and spring 2021, with various differences between colleges.
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In March 2020, UC Berkeley implemented a universal pass/no pass policy for the semester, setting a campus precedent for an adjusted grading system during remote schooling. Adjustments were extended through fall 2020 and spring 2021, with various differences between colleges.
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Amid the ebb and flow of private funding that occurs every year, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in private donations to UC Berkeley to support the campus community.
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Amid the ebb and flow of private funding that occurs every year, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an increase in private donations to UC Berkeley to support the campus community.
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While we said goodbye to the game years ago, there’s still a waddling flightless bird in each of us waiting to sled down Ski Hill once more — go penguins!
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While we said goodbye to the game years ago, there’s still a waddling flightless bird in each of us waiting to sled down Ski Hill once more — go penguins!
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