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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 03, 2023

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Liza Mamedov-Turchinsky

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In a time of unknowns and uncertainties, many students with disabilities desire hybrid instruction, not as an accommodation, but rather as a matter of ensuring public health.
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In a time of unknowns and uncertainties, many students with disabilities desire hybrid instruction, not as an accommodation, but rather as a matter of ensuring public health.
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With the resurgence of in-person instruction, many students with disabilities are feeling COVID-19’s presence encroaching on their lives.
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With the resurgence of in-person instruction, many students with disabilities are feeling COVID-19’s presence encroaching on their lives.
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While many students get tested regularly at UC Berkeley's University Health Services, or UHS, coronavirus testing facilities, some students with disabilities find it challenging to access these services.
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While many students get tested regularly at UC Berkeley's University Health Services, or UHS, coronavirus testing facilities, some students with disabilities find it challenging to access these services.
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This year, student organizers have begun to call out university relationships that run counter to campus values — and they are persisting through the pandemic.
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This year, student organizers have begun to call out university relationships that run counter to campus values — and they are persisting through the pandemic.
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The campus chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace held a protest Friday on the edge of Sproul Plaza in opposition to the executive order signed by President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
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The campus chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace held a protest Friday on the edge of Sproul Plaza in opposition to the executive order signed by President Donald Trump on Wednesday.
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Climate justice student groups discussed UC Berkeley’s involvement in certain industries at an event put on by Carbon Crew on Oct. 29.
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Climate justice student groups discussed UC Berkeley’s involvement in certain industries at an event put on by Carbon Crew on Oct. 29.
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Cal Bears Against ICE held a protest at an Amazon recruitment session at UC Berkeley on Wednesday evening to contest campus relations with companies holding contractual agreements with ICE.
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Cal Bears Against ICE held a protest at an Amazon recruitment session at UC Berkeley on Wednesday evening to contest campus relations with companies holding contractual agreements with ICE.
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About 50 students and community members met at 12 p.m. to march against UC Berkeley’s ties with Silicon Valley software giant Palantir, which was set to hold a campus information session with the electrical engineering and computer sciences, or EECS, department Tuesday.
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About 50 students and community members met at 12 p.m. to march against UC Berkeley’s ties with Silicon Valley software giant Palantir, which was set to hold a campus information session with the electrical engineering and computer sciences, or EECS, department Tuesday.
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In an effort to disrupt immigration authorities’ tech talent pipeline, more than 1,400 students are vowing not to work for Silicon Valley software giant Palantir until the company cancels its contracts with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.
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In an effort to disrupt immigration authorities’ tech talent pipeline, more than 1,400 students are vowing not to work for Silicon Valley software giant Palantir until the company cancels its contracts with Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, or ICE.
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