BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 05, 2022

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Cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, advocates and graduate students hosted a “COLA party” on Sproul Plaza on March 3, ending in a meeting between student organizers and UC Berkeley administration.
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Cost-of-living adjustment, or COLA, advocates and graduate students hosted a “COLA party” on Sproul Plaza on March 3, ending in a meeting between student organizers and UC Berkeley administration.
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Fifty protesters gathered on Sproul Plaza at noon Feb. 28 and delivered demands to campus administration in Sproul Hall in support of a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, and reopened bargaining with UC administration.
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Fifty protesters gathered on Sproul Plaza at noon Feb. 28 and delivered demands to campus administration in Sproul Hall in support of a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, and reopened bargaining with UC administration.
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“COLA 4 All,” “Solidarity with UCSC” and “Eat the Regents” were some of the phrases written on the signs present during a protest Feb. 21, which was staged in solidarity with the UC Santa Cruz graduate students on strike for a cost of living adjustment.
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“COLA 4 All,” “Solidarity with UCSC” and “Eat the Regents” were some of the phrases written on the signs present during a protest Feb. 21, which was staged in solidarity with the UC Santa Cruz graduate students on strike for a cost of living adjustment.
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To increase diversity among campus graduate students, Chancellor Christ announced the implementation of the Graduate Student Diversity Task Force.
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To increase diversity among campus graduate students, Chancellor Christ announced the implementation of the Graduate Student Diversity Task Force.
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UC Berkeley community members met in Sibley Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon in continuation of the April 15 Signature Initiatives town hall meeting, where the audience further directed questions and feedback to three of six remaining initiative teams — equality, health and democracy.
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UC Berkeley community members met in Sibley Auditorium on Tuesday afternoon in continuation of the April 15 Signature Initiatives town hall meeting, where the audience further directed questions and feedback to three of six remaining initiative teams — equality, health and democracy.
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Heather Podesta, founder and CEO of bipartisan government relations firm Invariant, spoke about entering politics out of college, working as a lobbyist and the Donald Trump era at an event in Eshleman Hall on Thursday night.
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Heather Podesta, founder and CEO of bipartisan government relations firm Invariant, spoke about entering politics out of college, working as a lobbyist and the Donald Trump era at an event in Eshleman Hall on Thursday night.
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Husband and wife and campus alumni, José Luis Bedolla and Lisa García Bedolla, have endowed the Miguel and Elvira Bedolla Scholarship to support undocumented students at UC Berkeley.
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Husband and wife and campus alumni, José Luis Bedolla and Lisa García Bedolla, have endowed the Miguel and Elvira Bedolla Scholarship to support undocumented students at UC Berkeley.
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Despite widespread political activity throughout the state in the aftermath of this year's elections, Californians are not as politically engaged as they should be, according to a Feb. 2 report coauthored by Lisa Garcia Bedolla, a campus chancellor’s professor of political science.
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Despite widespread political activity throughout the state in the aftermath of this year's elections, Californians are not as politically engaged as they should be, according to a Feb. 2 report coauthored by Lisa Garcia Bedolla, a campus chancellor’s professor of political science.
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The campus Latina/o Faculty Association sent a letter Monday to Chancellor Nicholas Dirks calling for the administration to better support undocumented students in the aftermath of the presidential election.
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The campus Latina/o Faculty Association sent a letter Monday to Chancellor Nicholas Dirks calling for the administration to better support undocumented students in the aftermath of the presidential election.
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Researchers studying how to best bring underrepresented-minority voters to the polls have found that new technologies such as texting and social media are not as effective as more personal forms of outreach.
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Researchers studying how to best bring underrepresented-minority voters to the polls have found that new technologies such as texting and social media are not as effective as more personal forms of outreach.
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