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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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In capturing the charm of our campus with each snapshot, we have sought to remind ourselves of what originally drew us to this city, to this school.
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In capturing the charm of our campus with each snapshot, we have sought to remind ourselves of what originally drew us to this city, to this school.
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Despite being born and raised in the Bay for my entire life, I did not have my first chance to visit the UC Berkeley campus until I was 16.
Despite being born and raised in the Bay for my entire life, I did not have my first chance to visit the UC Berkeley campus until I was 16.
Ultimately, UC Berkeley will make you a stronger, more confident and more proactive person, and that is something I am grateful for.
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Ultimately, UC Berkeley will make you a stronger, more confident and more proactive person, and that is something I am grateful for.
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In a time of unknowns and uncertainties, many students with disabilities desire hybrid instruction, not as an accommodation, but rather as a matter of ensuring public health.
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In a time of unknowns and uncertainties, many students with disabilities desire hybrid instruction, not as an accommodation, but rather as a matter of ensuring public health.
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For UC Berkeley junior Monet Siroosian, the first few weeks of the fall semester have been riddled with a lack of reliable Wi-Fi connection in specific lectures, an inability to fill out in-class attendance forms and even difficulties taking a quiz.
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For UC Berkeley junior Monet Siroosian, the first few weeks of the fall semester have been riddled with a lack of reliable Wi-Fi connection in specific lectures, an inability to fill out in-class attendance forms and even difficulties taking a quiz.
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Here are 21– in honor of this year’s graduating class – somewhat underrated but incredible things about UC Berkeley’s campus, in no particular order.
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Here are 21– in honor of this year’s graduating class – somewhat underrated but incredible things about UC Berkeley’s campus, in no particular order.
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As UC Berkeley prepares to resume in-person instruction in the fall, several faculty members have raised concerns over poor ventilation in Dwinelle Hall and Wheeler Hall, posing questions about safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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As UC Berkeley prepares to resume in-person instruction in the fall, several faculty members have raised concerns over poor ventilation in Dwinelle Hall and Wheeler Hall, posing questions about safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299, or AFSCME Local 3299, launched a campaign condemning UC administration for an alleged use of police force on a UC worker due to a language barrier.
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The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Local 3299, or AFSCME Local 3299, launched a campaign condemning UC administration for an alleged use of police force on a UC worker due to a language barrier.
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If UC Berkeley understands and opposes white supremacy, campus leaders will not simply excise the names of oppressors.
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If UC Berkeley understands and opposes white supremacy, campus leaders will not simply excise the names of oppressors.
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Imagine a world where everyone has the Force — well, everyone at UC Berkeley, that is. Think of all the things we could do with that kind of power!
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Imagine a world where everyone has the Force — well, everyone at UC Berkeley, that is. Think of all the things we could do with that kind of power!
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