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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 30, 2022

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Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the state of California signed the California Equal Pay Pledge on Jan. 27 in an effort to close the gender pay gap.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the state of California signed the California Equal Pay Pledge on Jan. 27 in an effort to close the gender pay gap.
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The UC Berkeley community gathered Wednesday at the annual campus memorial to honor the campus students, staff and faculty who passed away over the past year.
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The UC Berkeley community gathered Wednesday at the annual campus memorial to honor the campus students, staff and faculty who passed away over the past year.
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During the pandemic, UC Berkeley staff schedules were uprooted in the transition to working online, exposing numerous inequalities as people struggled to develop a manageable work-life balance.
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During the pandemic, UC Berkeley staff schedules were uprooted in the transition to working online, exposing numerous inequalities as people struggled to develop a manageable work-life balance.
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As UC Berkeley prepares for an in-person fall reopening, a panel of campus faculty and staff addressed questions and concerns regarding a safe return to work during a Campus Conversation on Tuesday.
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As UC Berkeley prepares for an in-person fall reopening, a panel of campus faculty and staff addressed questions and concerns regarding a safe return to work during a Campus Conversation on Tuesday.
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The ASUC’s general meeting Wednesday featured presentations on faculty concerns regarding instruction, student mental health and the DeCal program.
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The ASUC’s general meeting Wednesday featured presentations on faculty concerns regarding instruction, student mental health and the DeCal program.
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With COVID-19 shifting the traditional workplace to remote work and posing a wide variety of challenges, both the city of Berkeley and UC Berkeley have developed useful virtual work strategies that may carry forward into the future. 
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With COVID-19 shifting the traditional workplace to remote work and posing a wide variety of challenges, both the city of Berkeley and UC Berkeley have developed useful virtual work strategies that may carry forward into the future. 
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A July survey intended to examine the morale of UC Berkeley employees midpandemic revealed a prevalent need for child care.
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A July survey intended to examine the morale of UC Berkeley employees midpandemic revealed a prevalent need for child care.
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Faculty and staff were directed by campus administration Monday to largely continue to work from home for the remainder of 2020 because of COVID-19.
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Faculty and staff were directed by campus administration Monday to largely continue to work from home for the remainder of 2020 because of COVID-19.
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Campus officials met on a public Zoom teleconference Wednesday to discuss UC Berkeley’s responses to the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic.
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Campus officials met on a public Zoom teleconference Wednesday to discuss UC Berkeley’s responses to the COVID-19, or the new coronavirus, pandemic.
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Following Monday’s Bears for Palestine protest, tensions were high during the third ASUC Senate meeting of the semester Wednesday. Public comment speakers were present at the meeting, with most speakers standing in solidarity with BFP and condemning the ASUC’s handling of the situation.
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Following Monday’s Bears for Palestine protest, tensions were high during the third ASUC Senate meeting of the semester Wednesday. Public comment speakers were present at the meeting, with most speakers standing in solidarity with BFP and condemning the ASUC’s handling of the situation.
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