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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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Are Feinstein and Pelosi well-equipped to handle this new age of the unknown? Or is it time for a new generation of political leaders to step in?
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Are Feinstein and Pelosi well-equipped to handle this new age of the unknown? Or is it time for a new generation of political leaders to step in?
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The California State Assembly passed a resolution Friday urging a congressional censure of President Donald Trump for his statements about the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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The California State Assembly passed a resolution Friday urging a congressional censure of President Donald Trump for his statements about the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.
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Many campus professors fear that potential cuts could harm present and future research or mean fewer available research positions for graduate students.
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Many campus professors fear that potential cuts could harm present and future research or mean fewer available research positions for graduate students.
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Friday that it had reached the H-1B visa cap of 65,000 for fiscal year 2018 less than a week after applications opened April 3.
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced Friday that it had reached the H-1B visa cap of 65,000 for fiscal year 2018 less than a week after applications opened April 3.
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Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Oakland, spoke at UC Berkeley’s “Fighting for Health Equity in 2017 and Beyond” on Monday about her stance on the Affordable Care Act and the GOP’s health care bill.
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Rep. Barbara Lee, D-Oakland, spoke at UC Berkeley’s “Fighting for Health Equity in 2017 and Beyond” on Monday about her stance on the Affordable Care Act and the GOP’s health care bill.
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The state of California is suing President Donald Trump over his executive order that suspends visas and immigration from Syria indefinitely and from six other countries for 90 days.
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The state of California is suing President Donald Trump over his executive order that suspends visas and immigration from Syria indefinitely and from six other countries for 90 days.
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The grand pageant of humankind has tried, and continues to try to this day, various methods to structure our society.
The grand pageant of humankind has tried, and continues to try to this day, various methods to structure our society.
The city of Berkeley’s request for dismissal of the lawsuit filed by the United States Postal Services was denied by a federal judge Jan. 12.
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The city of Berkeley’s request for dismissal of the lawsuit filed by the United States Postal Services was denied by a federal judge Jan. 12.
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In 2011, before economic insecurity brought an end to year-round Pell Grants, more than 13,500 UC students received $18 million in Pell Grant aid to cover their summer sessions, according to the UC Pell Grant Fact Sheet. The Pell program now has a funding surplus, and advocates believe that the program can be expanded to help students finance their summer studies while ensuring its financial stability in the future.
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In 2011, before economic insecurity brought an end to year-round Pell Grants, more than 13,500 UC students received $18 million in Pell Grant aid to cover their summer sessions, according to the UC Pell Grant Fact Sheet. The Pell program now has a funding surplus, and advocates believe that the program can be expanded to help students finance their summer studies while ensuring its financial stability in the future.
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