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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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In order to finance UCDC, students can have their financial aid repackaged to cover a semester in Washington, apply for scholarships, save money from work or obtain a paid internship. 
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In order to finance UCDC, students can have their financial aid repackaged to cover a semester in Washington, apply for scholarships, save money from work or obtain a paid internship. 
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Students who have studied abroad in London, Edinburgh and Seoul through Berkeley Study Abroad and Global Edge reflect on their experiences abroad.
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Students who have studied abroad in London, Edinburgh and Seoul through Berkeley Study Abroad and Global Edge reflect on their experiences abroad.
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Newly admitted UC Berkeley freshmen looking for a smaller, close-knit environment can now choose to start their college journey at Mills College, a small liberal arts school 16 minutes away from the UC Berkeley campus.
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Newly admitted UC Berkeley freshmen looking for a smaller, close-knit environment can now choose to start their college journey at Mills College, a small liberal arts school 16 minutes away from the UC Berkeley campus.
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I’ve always been a fan of the fall — Halloween and crunchy leaves and shorter days. Winter holds a special place in my heart, too, because it smells like freshly baked cookies and sounds like the zipping of coats
I’ve always been a fan of the fall — Halloween and crunchy leaves and shorter days. Winter holds a special place in my heart, too, because it smells like freshly baked cookies and sounds like the zipping of coats
As a former Fall Program for Freshman (FPF) student, I used to be just as confused as you might be about FPF. Did this mean I was still a UC Berkeley student?
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As a former Fall Program for Freshman (FPF) student, I used to be just as confused as you might be about FPF. Did this mean I was still a UC Berkeley student?
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With roughly 2,000 students coming to UC Berkeley’s campus in the spring, you’re not alone. Here are some tips about January start and Global Edge.
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With roughly 2,000 students coming to UC Berkeley’s campus in the spring, you’re not alone. Here are some tips about January start and Global Edge.
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We spend most of our lives waiting for things. If you're on the waitlist for UC Berkeley, we have a few words of advice and encouragement for you.
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We spend most of our lives waiting for things. If you're on the waitlist for UC Berkeley, we have a few words of advice and encouragement for you.
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SAN FRANCISCO — The UC Board of Regents convened Wednesday at UCSF Mission Bay to discuss a variety of topics, including UC Berkeley student housing recommendations, the potential impact of a repeal of the Affordable Care Act on UC Health and the nomination of Carol Christ — UC Berkeley’s interim executive vice chancellor and provost — as the UC Berkeley chancellor.
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SAN FRANCISCO — The UC Board of Regents convened Wednesday at UCSF Mission Bay to discuss a variety of topics, including UC Berkeley student housing recommendations, the potential impact of a repeal of the Affordable Care Act on UC Health and the nomination of Carol Christ — UC Berkeley’s interim executive vice chancellor and provost — as the UC Berkeley chancellor.
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The ASUC Senate unanimously passed five bills at its general meeting Wednesday and discussed the future of the Cal Lodge — an ASUC-owned hotel-like property in Lake Tahoe, California.
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The ASUC Senate unanimously passed five bills at its general meeting Wednesday and discussed the future of the Cal Lodge — an ASUC-owned hotel-like property in Lake Tahoe, California.
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Despite absorbing 750 additional in-state students this fall, campus administrators have no concrete plans to expand teaching faculty or campus infrastructure, including health resources, custodial services and dining halls.
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Despite absorbing 750 additional in-state students this fall, campus administrators have no concrete plans to expand teaching faculty or campus infrastructure, including health resources, custodial services and dining halls.
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