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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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Teamsters Local 2010 leaders and University of California officials reached an agreement Oct. 20 regarding the ratification of university administrative employee contracts.
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Teamsters Local 2010 leaders and University of California officials reached an agreement Oct. 20 regarding the ratification of university administrative employee contracts.
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In recent years, Latinx and Chicanx students have made up a greater percentage of UC Berkeley’s transfer admit classes than its freshman admit classes — in the 2022-2023 cycle, nearly 30% of all admitted Latinx and Chicanx students were transfers.
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In recent years, Latinx and Chicanx students have made up a greater percentage of UC Berkeley’s transfer admit classes than its freshman admit classes — in the 2022-2023 cycle, nearly 30% of all admitted Latinx and Chicanx students were transfers.
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Nearly all of the 1,500 graduate students, postdocs and student researchers present at Memorial Glade raised their hands with a resounding “aye!” during the UAW members meeting Thursday, unanimously calling for a statewide strike authorization vote.
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Nearly all of the 1,500 graduate students, postdocs and student researchers present at Memorial Glade raised their hands with a resounding “aye!” during the UAW members meeting Thursday, unanimously calling for a statewide strike authorization vote.
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For the first time, California will provide $15 million in ongoing funding to various academic recruitment and retention programs; however, concerns about how the funds will potentially be distributed have been raised.
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For the first time, California will provide $15 million in ongoing funding to various academic recruitment and retention programs; however, concerns about how the funds will potentially be distributed have been raised.
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Represented by the UAW union, 48,000 academic workers across the UC campuses are negotiating with the University of California, or UC, to demand greater progress on social and economic issues. 
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Represented by the UAW union, 48,000 academic workers across the UC campuses are negotiating with the University of California, or UC, to demand greater progress on social and economic issues. 
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Working as a graduate student at UC Berkeley, one of the top public research institutions in the world, can seem like a dream. Yet, for some, that dream can be tarnished when faced with the reality of campus working conditions amidst the costs of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. 
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Working as a graduate student at UC Berkeley, one of the top public research institutions in the world, can seem like a dream. Yet, for some, that dream can be tarnished when faced with the reality of campus working conditions amidst the costs of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. 
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Graduate student researchers rallied in front of the Oakland headquarters of the California Public Employee Relations Board, or PERB, on Monday morning to begin the process of certifying a new student worker union. 
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Graduate student researchers rallied in front of the Oakland headquarters of the California Public Employee Relations Board, or PERB, on Monday morning to begin the process of certifying a new student worker union. 
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On Wednesday, UC President Michael Drake approved an extension through June 30, allowing policy-covered employees to use accrued sick leave for child care purposes as a result of COVID-19.
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On Wednesday, UC President Michael Drake approved an extension through June 30, allowing policy-covered employees to use accrued sick leave for child care purposes as a result of COVID-19.
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