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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 02, 2022

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Following years of disputes around out-of-state admissions, UC Berkeley’s international students have seen a decrease in their representation on campus and a lack of diversity in their countries of origin and socioeconomic backgrounds. 
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Following years of disputes around out-of-state admissions, UC Berkeley’s international students have seen a decrease in their representation on campus and a lack of diversity in their countries of origin and socioeconomic backgrounds. 
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Containing items ranging from hand-made indigenous maps to those based on works of fiction, Bancroft Library’s newest cartography exhibit brings a rich breadth of treasures for public display.
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Containing items ranging from hand-made indigenous maps to those based on works of fiction, Bancroft Library’s newest cartography exhibit brings a rich breadth of treasures for public display.
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My mother would occasionally tell me stories about her country and show me photos of my aunts, uncles and cousins in El Salvador. Although I felt a sense of closeness to the country and my family in it, nothing compared to when I experienced them firsthand during my trip there.
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My mother would occasionally tell me stories about her country and show me photos of my aunts, uncles and cousins in El Salvador. Although I felt a sense of closeness to the country and my family in it, nothing compared to when I experienced them firsthand during my trip there.
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Inspired by the intensified repression of artistic freedom in Eastern Europe, Berkeley Law student Annabelle Wilmott launched pro bono project Arts and Innovation Representation, or AIR, to increase safeguards for international artists and allow law students to investigate foreign artistic repression.  
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Inspired by the intensified repression of artistic freedom in Eastern Europe, Berkeley Law student Annabelle Wilmott launched pro bono project Arts and Innovation Representation, or AIR, to increase safeguards for international artists and allow law students to investigate foreign artistic repression.  
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Demonstrators from the Bay Area Rise Up 4 Abortions Rights coalition and the Raging Grannies Action League protested to support reproductive rights Saturday.
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Demonstrators from the Bay Area Rise Up 4 Abortions Rights coalition and the Raging Grannies Action League protested to support reproductive rights Saturday.
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UC Berkeley students and community members held two demonstrations Monday demanding university support for international student strikes in solidarity with the fight against femicides and for the department of ethnic studies to receive funding to revive a course focused on gender-based violence.
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UC Berkeley students and community members held two demonstrations Monday demanding university support for international student strikes in solidarity with the fight against femicides and for the department of ethnic studies to receive funding to revive a course focused on gender-based violence.
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A military acting without any clear democratic mandate to remove a democratically elected leader is a coup. Only time will tell if Bolivia’s promised elections will restore democracy.
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A military acting without any clear democratic mandate to remove a democratically elected leader is a coup. Only time will tell if Bolivia’s promised elections will restore democracy.
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Several campus students held a candlelight vigil in front of Sather Gate on Thursday night to honor those affected by the recent series of natural disasters in Latin America.
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Several campus students held a candlelight vigil in front of Sather Gate on Thursday night to honor those affected by the recent series of natural disasters in Latin America.
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By the year 2085, San Francisco may be the only city in the United States cool enough to host the Summer Olympic Games, according to a commentary co-authored by several UC Berkeley researchers.
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By the year 2085, San Francisco may be the only city in the United States cool enough to host the Summer Olympic Games, according to a commentary co-authored by several UC Berkeley researchers.
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Maria Echaveste, the policy and program development director at the Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy at UC Berkeley’s School of Law, has been nominated by President Barack Obama to become the next U.S. ambassador to Mexico.
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Maria Echaveste, the policy and program development director at the Chief Justice Earl Warren Institute on Law and Social Policy at UC Berkeley’s School of Law, has been nominated by President Barack Obama to become the next U.S. ambassador to Mexico.
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