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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The Journal of Right-Wing Studies launched on Friday to formalize right-wing studies, to provide a platform and support researchers in the field and to fill the gap in right-wing research.
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The Journal of Right-Wing Studies launched on Friday to formalize right-wing studies, to provide a platform and support researchers in the field and to fill the gap in right-wing research.
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A new parity law mandating full coverage for any mental health condition is crucial to reduce structural and attitudinal barriers to care in the United States.
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A new parity law mandating full coverage for any mental health condition is crucial to reduce structural and attitudinal barriers to care in the United States.
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Unreliability has made the U.S. lose credibility in the eyes of the world, particularly given the urgency with which climate change must be addressed.
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Unreliability has made the U.S. lose credibility in the eyes of the world, particularly given the urgency with which climate change must be addressed.
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the upcoming election and national conversations about racism and justice, the Berkeley Forum has organized a lineup of a diverse range of professionals and experts to speak in fall 2020.
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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the upcoming election and national conversations about racism and justice, the Berkeley Forum has organized a lineup of a diverse range of professionals and experts to speak in fall 2020.
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Our consumer culture is exceedingly pervasive and the proof is in the pudding — or rather, the 20 different selections of pudding.
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Our consumer culture is exceedingly pervasive and the proof is in the pudding — or rather, the 20 different selections of pudding.
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Historians often characterize Cheney as a notoriously secretive man who purposefully avoided the limelight, which perhaps adds to the challenge of creating an effective movie about him.
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Historians often characterize Cheney as a notoriously secretive man who purposefully avoided the limelight, which perhaps adds to the challenge of creating an effective movie about him.
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Former president Barack Obama’s policies, which outlined ways that schools could legally use race as a factor in admissions decisions, have not been in effect in California since Proposition 209 passed in 1996, banning race as a consideration in admissions.
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Former president Barack Obama’s policies, which outlined ways that schools could legally use race as a factor in admissions decisions, have not been in effect in California since Proposition 209 passed in 1996, banning race as a consideration in admissions.
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Curtis, who is the director of UC Berkeley’s Gender Equity Resource Center, or GenEq, was selected by the SF Pride Board of Directors as a community Grand Marshal of this year’s parade. Curtis has been a persistent advocate for transforming culture and thought processes about gender and sexuality on the UC Berkeley campus and in the local community.
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Curtis, who is the director of UC Berkeley’s Gender Equity Resource Center, or GenEq, was selected by the SF Pride Board of Directors as a community Grand Marshal of this year’s parade. Curtis has been a persistent advocate for transforming culture and thought processes about gender and sexuality on the UC Berkeley campus and in the local community.
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We at the Clog want to answer the burning question: Can an average person eat an entire Sliver pizza in a single sitting?
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We at the Clog want to answer the burning question: Can an average person eat an entire Sliver pizza in a single sitting?
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