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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Two teams led by UC Berkeley researchers will be among the 14 California research projects to receive part of over $43 million in grants from the National Science Foundation, or NSF.
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Two teams led by UC Berkeley researchers will be among the 14 California research projects to receive part of over $43 million in grants from the National Science Foundation, or NSF.
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Richard Blum, former UC regent and husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, died Sunday evening, after a long battle with cancer. 
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Richard Blum, former UC regent and husband of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, died Sunday evening, after a long battle with cancer. 
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A study from the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found that approval ratings for Democratic officials have declined. 
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A study from the Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies found that approval ratings for Democratic officials have declined. 
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UC Berkeley students and faculty gathered Wednesday afternoon to raise awareness about the political and humanitarian situation in Sudan. 
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UC Berkeley students and faculty gathered Wednesday afternoon to raise awareness about the political and humanitarian situation in Sudan. 
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While imperfect, Newsom is the only candidate who is both qualified and exemplifies the ideals of California’s majority.
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While imperfect, Newsom is the only candidate who is both qualified and exemplifies the ideals of California’s majority.
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Eligible voters in California have until Sept. 14 to vote on the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom. 
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Eligible voters in California have until Sept. 14 to vote on the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom. 
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In a poll conducted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, received more negative than positive ratings from California voters for the first time in her tenure.
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In a poll conducted by UC Berkeley’s Institute of Governmental Studies, or IGS, U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-California, received more negative than positive ratings from California voters for the first time in her tenure.
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This November, California residents will vote on Proposition 16, a proposition that would overturn the earlier Prop. 209, which outlawed the use of race- and sex-based affirmative action in public institutions, including state employment and public universities.
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This November, California residents will vote on Proposition 16, a proposition that would overturn the earlier Prop. 209, which outlawed the use of race- and sex-based affirmative action in public institutions, including state employment and public universities.
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The Bay Area Women in Politics Oral History Project celebrated its launch Wednesday with a livestreamed panel discussing the past and future of local women in politics.
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The Bay Area Women in Politics Oral History Project celebrated its launch Wednesday with a livestreamed panel discussing the past and future of local women in politics.
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Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin, UC Berkeley alumnae, were the first same-sex couple married in San Francisco 一 twice.
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Phyllis Lyon and Del Martin, UC Berkeley alumnae, were the first same-sex couple married in San Francisco 一 twice.
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