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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 28, 2022

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Ericka Huggins, Judy Juanita and Madalynn Rucker, prominent women of Oakland’s Black Panther Party chapter, visited UC Berkeley for the book Comrade Sisters: Women of the Black Panther Party.
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Ericka Huggins, Judy Juanita and Madalynn Rucker, prominent women of Oakland’s Black Panther Party chapter, visited UC Berkeley for the book Comrade Sisters: Women of the Black Panther Party.
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Switching from avidly watching Fox News to watching CNN shifts the audience's political opinions, at least in the short term, according to a study co-authored at UC Berkeley. 
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Switching from avidly watching Fox News to watching CNN shifts the audience's political opinions, at least in the short term, according to a study co-authored at UC Berkeley. 
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Chloe Reynolds, UC Berkeley School of Journalism alumna, did not know the 2021 Pulitzer Prize awards were being announced until she found herself in a livestream with her editors in suits. 
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Chloe Reynolds, UC Berkeley School of Journalism alumna, did not know the 2021 Pulitzer Prize awards were being announced until she found herself in a livestream with her editors in suits. 
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Abbie VanSickle, an alumna from the UC Berkeley School of Law and a staff writer for The Marshall Project, received news on Friday that she and the team of reporters that VanSickle had worked with were the recipients of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting.
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Abbie VanSickle, an alumna from the UC Berkeley School of Law and a staff writer for The Marshall Project, received news on Friday that she and the team of reporters that VanSickle had worked with were the recipients of the 2021 Pulitzer Prize in National Reporting.
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UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism extended its five-course, 15-unit undergraduate summer minor program to spring and fall semesters for students.
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UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism extended its five-course, 15-unit undergraduate summer minor program to spring and fall semesters for students.
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UC Berkeley professor Geeta Anand has been appointed interim dean of the campus Graduate School of Journalism — the first woman and woman of color to fulfill the position.
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UC Berkeley professor Geeta Anand has been appointed interim dean of the campus Graduate School of Journalism — the first woman and woman of color to fulfill the position.
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Edward Wasserman, dean of UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, will step down from his position by June 30, despite originally saying he would stay through the end of the calendar year.
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Edward Wasserman, dean of UC Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism, will step down from his position by June 30, despite originally saying he would stay through the end of the calendar year.
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Netflix recently produced a six-part documentary series in collaboration with the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program. 
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Netflix recently produced a six-part documentary series in collaboration with the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program. 
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Campus announced its search for a new dean for the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, or J-School, on March 13 in a campuswide email. The new dean will replace current dean Edward Wasserman.
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Campus announced its search for a new dean for the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, or J-School, on March 13 in a campuswide email. The new dean will replace current dean Edward Wasserman.
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Many campus instructors have turned to online teaching methods, such as the use of Zoom, in response to the campus’s decision to suspend most in-person classes to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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Many campus instructors have turned to online teaching methods, such as the use of Zoom, in response to the campus’s decision to suspend most in-person classes to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19, colloquially known as the coronavirus.
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