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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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UC Berkeley is continuing their plan to demolish Clark Kerr Campus’s building 21. Chancellor Carol Christ announced a plan to build a beach volleyball facility next to the currently existing facility in 2018 as part of an effort to address issues surrounding gender equity in sports.
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UC Berkeley is continuing their plan to demolish Clark Kerr Campus’s building 21. Chancellor Carol Christ announced a plan to build a beach volleyball facility next to the currently existing facility in 2018 as part of an effort to address issues surrounding gender equity in sports.
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Although Intercollegiate Athletics, or IA, lacks a demonstrated means to repay, the UC regents have approved a financial plan as shaky as the ground under the stadium. 
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Although Intercollegiate Athletics, or IA, lacks a demonstrated means to repay, the UC regents have approved a financial plan as shaky as the ground under the stadium. 
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It’s no secret that Cal Athletics faces a daunting future: the most debt-ridden athletics program in the nation is tasked with cutting the entirety of its fiscal year 2016 budget deficit — nearly $22 million — by 2020.
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It’s no secret that Cal Athletics faces a daunting future: the most debt-ridden athletics program in the nation is tasked with cutting the entirety of its fiscal year 2016 budget deficit — nearly $22 million — by 2020.
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UC Berkeley’s Chancellor's Task Force on Intercollegiate Athletics released its report Monday and could not reach a consensus regarding cutting any of Cal’s sports teams.
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UC Berkeley’s Chancellor's Task Force on Intercollegiate Athletics released its report Monday and could not reach a consensus regarding cutting any of Cal’s sports teams.
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Chancellor Nicholas Dirks and interim Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Carol Christ fielded questions from concerned faculty members in an Academic Senate forum Monday, where they discussed the state of the campus’s $150 million annual budget deficit.
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Chancellor Nicholas Dirks and interim Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Carol Christ fielded questions from concerned faculty members in an Academic Senate forum Monday, where they discussed the state of the campus’s $150 million annual budget deficit.
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A financial report from Cal Athletics shows an increase in total revenue over the previous fiscal year, despite declining income from pledge seats at Memorial Stadium. The total proceeds — about $29.4 million for fiscal year 2014, more than 26 percent greater than in 2013 — are greater in part due to higher investment returns and leasing and rental revenue.
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A financial report from Cal Athletics shows an increase in total revenue over the previous fiscal year, despite declining income from pledge seats at Memorial Stadium. The total proceeds — about $29.4 million for fiscal year 2014, more than 26 percent greater than in 2013 — are greater in part due to higher investment returns and leasing and rental revenue.
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A task force that convened to address concerns surrounding the academic achievement of UC Berkeley’s student-athletes unveiled a report Friday morning that lists more than 50 recommendations intended to maximize academic performance of student-athletes while also addressing the quality of their campus experience.
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A task force that convened to address concerns surrounding the academic achievement of UC Berkeley’s student-athletes unveiled a report Friday morning that lists more than 50 recommendations intended to maximize academic performance of student-athletes while also addressing the quality of their campus experience.
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A campus report released by the task force convened to address concerns surrounding the academic achievement of UC Berkeley’s student-athletes details more than 50 recommendations intended to maximize academic performance of these individuals while addressing the quality of their campus experience.
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A campus report released by the task force convened to address concerns surrounding the academic achievement of UC Berkeley’s student-athletes details more than 50 recommendations intended to maximize academic performance of these individuals while addressing the quality of their campus experience.
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We look to the Academic Senate to represent faculty interests in maintaining the integrity of UC Berkeley as first and foremost a site of research and learning. At a campus ranked best public university in the world for its academic quality, academics must come first.
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We look to the Academic Senate to represent faculty interests in maintaining the integrity of UC Berkeley as first and foremost a site of research and learning. At a campus ranked best public university in the world for its academic quality, academics must come first.
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