BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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PSR was established in 1866 as the first seminary west of the Mississippi River and has a mission to “prepare spiritually rooted leaders for social transformation,” according to PSR President Rev. Dr. David Vásquez-Levy.
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PSR was established in 1866 as the first seminary west of the Mississippi River and has a mission to “prepare spiritually rooted leaders for social transformation,” according to PSR President Rev. Dr. David Vásquez-Levy.
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The Pacific School of Religion, or PSR, has put one of its campus buildings, the Seeley G. Mudd Building, up for rent this month, according to commercial realtor Lori Rosenthal, who is handling the property lease for Gordon Commercial Real Estate Services.
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The Pacific School of Religion, or PSR, has put one of its campus buildings, the Seeley G. Mudd Building, up for rent this month, according to commercial realtor Lori Rosenthal, who is handling the property lease for Gordon Commercial Real Estate Services.
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UC Berkeley has discontinued its religious studies program, removing it from the application process so new students will no longer be able to apply for the major.
UC Berkeley has discontinued its religious studies program, removing it from the application process so new students will no longer be able to apply for the major.
The Pacific School of Religion, or PSR, and Mather LifeWays announced last week that they have discontinued their plans to construct a senior living community in North Berkeley that was protested by many surrounding residents and PSR students.
The Pacific School of Religion, or PSR, and Mather LifeWays announced last week that they have discontinued their plans to construct a senior living community in North Berkeley that was protested by many surrounding residents and PSR students.
The Pacific School of Religion and not-for-profit developer Mather LifeWays have announced plans to develop a 265-unit senior living center on land currently part of the seminary’s campus.
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The Pacific School of Religion and not-for-profit developer Mather LifeWays have announced plans to develop a 265-unit senior living center on land currently part of the seminary’s campus.
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