BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Emiliana Simon-Thomas

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California was ranked last out of all U.S. states in quality of life and ranked the 32nd overall best state by U.S. News & World Report.
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California was ranked last out of all U.S. states in quality of life and ranked the 32nd overall best state by U.S. News & World Report.
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The UC Berkeley Center for Executive Education, alongside the Haas School of Business and the campus’s Greater Good Science Center, is teaching 60 representatives from the United Arab Emirates, or UAE, on the science of positivity to foster a culture of happiness in their work and lifestyle.
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The UC Berkeley Center for Executive Education, alongside the Haas School of Business and the campus’s Greater Good Science Center, is teaching 60 representatives from the United Arab Emirates, or UAE, on the science of positivity to foster a culture of happiness in their work and lifestyle.
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Facebook’s new feature has produced some mixed Reactions — namely love, haha, wow, sad and angry — thanks to input from UC Berkeley researchers.
Facebook’s new feature has produced some mixed Reactions — namely love, haha, wow, sad and angry — thanks to input from UC Berkeley researchers.
Students around the world will soon be able to study the intricacies behind turning frowns upside down in a new online course to be offered by UC Berkeley this fall.
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Students around the world will soon be able to study the intricacies behind turning frowns upside down in a new online course to be offered by UC Berkeley this fall.
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After moving 3,800 miles away from his friends and family in Ecuador, freshman Jinsoo Whang stepped onto the Berkeley campus ready to make it his new home.
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After moving 3,800 miles away from his friends and family in Ecuador, freshman Jinsoo Whang stepped onto the Berkeley campus ready to make it his new home.
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A new psychology study out of UC Berkeley has found that sleep deprivation, something college students are all too familiar with, can explain problems with feeling and expressing gratitude in romantic relationships.
A new psychology study out of UC Berkeley has found that sleep deprivation, something college students are all too familiar with, can explain problems with feeling and expressing gratitude in romantic relationships.