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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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There is simply an obscene amount of information that must be digested and regurgitated for exams, and I always feel like a part of me is cramming, no matter how much lead time I give myself.
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There is simply an obscene amount of information that must be digested and regurgitated for exams, and I always feel like a part of me is cramming, no matter how much lead time I give myself.
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Before jumping to the next adventure, don’t be afraid to take time for yourself, figure out what you're looking for and start putting yourself first.
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Before jumping to the next adventure, don’t be afraid to take time for yourself, figure out what you're looking for and start putting yourself first.
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Are you a prospective graduate school applicant? Here's some advice I wish someone had told me when I applied and things I wish I'd done differently.
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Are you a prospective graduate school applicant? Here's some advice I wish someone had told me when I applied and things I wish I'd done differently.
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A steady decline in federal aid for students, accompanied by a steady rise in education costs, reveals a worrisome pattern — one that must be broken.
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A steady decline in federal aid for students, accompanied by a steady rise in education costs, reveals a worrisome pattern — one that must be broken.
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The Berkeley Conversation series hosted a livestream Thursday to discuss differing opinions regarding COVID-19’s effect on international higher education.
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The Berkeley Conversation series hosted a livestream Thursday to discuss differing opinions regarding COVID-19’s effect on international higher education.
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The UC system now has significant seismic repair needs.Simply put, Prop. 13 recognizes that investing in UC students is key to California’s future.
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The UC system now has significant seismic repair needs.Simply put, Prop. 13 recognizes that investing in UC students is key to California’s future.
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Yes, the saying is “work hard, play hard” but within Chinese culture, the saying becomes “work harder, play later.”
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Yes, the saying is “work hard, play hard” but within Chinese culture, the saying becomes “work harder, play later.”
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Occasionally, though, the jokes became sexual and vulgar. The inappropriate jokes about my body or their body or even customers’ bodies became a normal part of my work day.
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Occasionally, though, the jokes became sexual and vulgar. The inappropriate jokes about my body or their body or even customers’ bodies became a normal part of my work day.
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The U.S. Department of Justice exposed the largest known college admissions bribery scheme in United States history. And while the actions brought to light by this investigation are illegal, this scam is symptomatic of a much larger problem of inequity in academia and education.
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The U.S. Department of Justice exposed the largest known college admissions bribery scheme in United States history. And while the actions brought to light by this investigation are illegal, this scam is symptomatic of a much larger problem of inequity in academia and education.
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