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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 20, 2023

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For the first time in history, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that California will lose a seat in Congress.
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For the first time in history, the U.S. Census Bureau reported that California will lose a seat in Congress.
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Through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, UC Berkeley received $15 million in direct-to-student funding for undergraduate and graduate students.
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Through the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act, UC Berkeley received $15 million in direct-to-student funding for undergraduate and graduate students.
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Tony’s Chocolonely, a Dutch chocolate company with goals of transforming the chocolate production industry against illegal child labor, has begun its collaboration with UC Berkeley through its Collegiate Changemaker program.
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Tony’s Chocolonely, a Dutch chocolate company with goals of transforming the chocolate production industry against illegal child labor, has begun its collaboration with UC Berkeley through its Collegiate Changemaker program.
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Seung Min Kim, a White House correspondent for The Washington Post, discussed her political reporting career at a virtual Berkeley Forum event Wednesday.
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Seung Min Kim, a White House correspondent for The Washington Post, discussed her political reporting career at a virtual Berkeley Forum event Wednesday.
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Now is a remarkably poor time for politicians to denigrate BART or spread misconceptions that erode public support for transit in the Bay Area. 
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Now is a remarkably poor time for politicians to denigrate BART or spread misconceptions that erode public support for transit in the Bay Area. 
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In a conversation hosted by the Public Policy Institute of California, UC President Michael Drake spoke Friday about the priorities and challenges that the University of California will aim to address in the upcoming future.
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In a conversation hosted by the Public Policy Institute of California, UC President Michael Drake spoke Friday about the priorities and challenges that the University of California will aim to address in the upcoming future.
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The University of California launched its Double the Pell campaign in partnership with the University of California Student Association, or UCSA, and the UC Advocacy Network on Feb. 8.
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The University of California launched its Double the Pell campaign in partnership with the University of California Student Association, or UCSA, and the UC Advocacy Network on Feb. 8.
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In a historic moment breaking national gender barriers, the Senate confirmed Haas School of Business professor emerita Janet Yellen to be treasury secretary Monday.
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In a historic moment breaking national gender barriers, the Senate confirmed Haas School of Business professor emerita Janet Yellen to be treasury secretary Monday.
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UC Berkeley students and city officials universally expressed disgust and shock in the wake of a violent insurrection that took place when President Donald Trump’s supporters mobbed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
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UC Berkeley students and city officials universally expressed disgust and shock in the wake of a violent insurrection that took place when President Donald Trump’s supporters mobbed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.
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Rep. Barbara Lee was chosen by UC Berkeley’s graduating class to give the keynote speech at the 2020 winter commencement.
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Rep. Barbara Lee was chosen by UC Berkeley’s graduating class to give the keynote speech at the 2020 winter commencement.
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