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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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On Jan. 11, Shatner paid a visit to the Flint Center for the Performing Arts at De Anza College in Cupertino. The Canadian actor is only visiting seven cities on his tour — but considering his age of 87 years, this is impressive enough.
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On Jan. 11, Shatner paid a visit to the Flint Center for the Performing Arts at De Anza College in Cupertino. The Canadian actor is only visiting seven cities on his tour — but considering his age of 87 years, this is impressive enough.
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Venture into the realm of financial voodoo and enigmatic budgetary rules, and you’ll find one particular plague upon the K-14 education system: the once widely beloved Proposition 13.
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Venture into the realm of financial voodoo and enigmatic budgetary rules, and you’ll find one particular plague upon the K-14 education system: the once widely beloved Proposition 13.
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After eight weeks of reproaching UC Berkeley’s particular treatment of transfers — from housing to campus climate — I’ll still gladly tell prospective transfers that they should shoot for becoming a golden bear.
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After eight weeks of reproaching UC Berkeley’s particular treatment of transfers — from housing to campus climate — I’ll still gladly tell prospective transfers that they should shoot for becoming a golden bear.
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A panel of experts convened Tuesday in Berkeley to unveil a policy paper affirming the possibility of restoring tuition-free public higher education in California.
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A panel of experts convened Tuesday in Berkeley to unveil a policy paper affirming the possibility of restoring tuition-free public higher education in California.
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UC Berkeley adopted a new freshman admissions policy in April that will allow the submission of optional letters of recommendation.
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UC Berkeley adopted a new freshman admissions policy in April that will allow the submission of optional letters of recommendation.
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The 2014-15 California state budget allocated $50 million for one-time awards to recognize UC, California State University and community college campuses which develop innovative ways to graduate students more efficiently.
The 2014-15 California state budget allocated $50 million for one-time awards to recognize UC, California State University and community college campuses which develop innovative ways to graduate students more efficiently.