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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 08, 2023

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A UC Berkeley workgroup released a draft report detailing its recommendations on how departments should issue and attribute political statements, drawing criticism from the Berkeley Faculty Association as a “chilling of free speech.”
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A UC Berkeley workgroup released a draft report detailing its recommendations on how departments should issue and attribute political statements, drawing criticism from the Berkeley Faculty Association as a “chilling of free speech.”
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In light of COVID-19, the UC Berkeley Office of Communications and Public Affairs has started a campaign to outline behavioral expectations during the pandemic.
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In light of COVID-19, the UC Berkeley Office of Communications and Public Affairs has started a campaign to outline behavioral expectations during the pandemic.
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In hopes of addressing the prevailing question, “What is the new normal?” the ASUC hosted a town hall with campus administrators Friday to address UC Berkeley's COVID-19 social norms campaign.
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In hopes of addressing the prevailing question, “What is the new normal?” the ASUC hosted a town hall with campus administrators Friday to address UC Berkeley's COVID-19 social norms campaign.
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Loss of instructional time due to power outages this semester has negatively impacted students and instructors, prompting UC Berkeley to seek solutions by creating the Instructional Resilience Task Force.
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Loss of instructional time due to power outages this semester has negatively impacted students and instructors, prompting UC Berkeley to seek solutions by creating the Instructional Resilience Task Force.
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Former UC Berkeley employee Alik Lee filed a lawsuit March 28 against the UC Board of Regents and two of his supervisors alleging wrongful termination based on his race, sex and age.
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Former UC Berkeley employee Alik Lee filed a lawsuit March 28 against the UC Board of Regents and two of his supervisors alleging wrongful termination based on his race, sex and age.
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UCPD made an arrest Friday in connection with an incident that occurred Feb. 19 on the UC Berkeley campus, in which a man tabling for the conservative organization Turning Point USA was assaulted on Upper Sproul Plaza.
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UCPD made an arrest Friday in connection with an incident that occurred Feb. 19 on the UC Berkeley campus, in which a man tabling for the conservative organization Turning Point USA was assaulted on Upper Sproul Plaza.
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A man tabling for the conservative organization Turning Point USA was assaulted on the UC Berkeley campus Feb. 19, causing people nationwide to call for the suspect's arrest.
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A man tabling for the conservative organization Turning Point USA was assaulted on the UC Berkeley campus Feb. 19, causing people nationwide to call for the suspect's arrest.
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UCPD issued an “all clear” for the UC Berkeley campus Wednesday afternoon after receiving reports earlier that morning of a subject with a gun in the Lower Sproul area.
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UCPD issued an “all clear” for the UC Berkeley campus Wednesday afternoon after receiving reports earlier that morning of a subject with a gun in the Lower Sproul area.
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The Woo Hon Fai Hall building, previously home to the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, is a city landmark that will be part of a new research center called the BioEnginuity Hub.
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The Woo Hon Fai Hall building, previously home to the Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, or BAMPFA, is a city landmark that will be part of a new research center called the BioEnginuity Hub.
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Of the $346.9 million, $98.1 million is a permanent increase from the 2017-18 budget, and $248.8 million will be given as one-time funding.
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Of the $346.9 million, $98.1 million is a permanent increase from the 2017-18 budget, and $248.8 million will be given as one-time funding.
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