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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support Black and brown communities during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event on Tuesday.
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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support Black and brown communities during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event on Tuesday.
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Jim Knowlton has been hired as Cal’s next athletic director, Chancellor Carol Christ announced in a campuswide email Monday morning.
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Jim Knowlton has been hired as Cal’s next athletic director, Chancellor Carol Christ announced in a campuswide email Monday morning.
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Cal now has less than four months to find Williams’ replacement.
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Cal now has less than four months to find Williams’ replacement.
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The Pac-12 conference and its commissioner Larry Scott, whose power structure Christ recently became a part of, have come under fire for financial and scheduling decisions that have divided those within Scott’s circle.
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The Pac-12 conference and its commissioner Larry Scott, whose power structure Christ recently became a part of, have come under fire for financial and scheduling decisions that have divided those within Scott’s circle.
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Chancellor Carol Christ hired Collegiate Sports Associates, or CSA, a sports consulting and search firm, on Nov. 15 to help cut costs and create revenue in Cal Athletics as the department faces concerns about its long-term financial sustainability.
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Chancellor Carol Christ hired Collegiate Sports Associates, or CSA, a sports consulting and search firm, on Nov. 15 to help cut costs and create revenue in Cal Athletics as the department faces concerns about its long-term financial sustainability.
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629 days before Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem on a late summer night last year, Mikayla Cowling pulled out her phone and opened up Twitter.
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629 days before Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem on a late summer night last year, Mikayla Cowling pulled out her phone and opened up Twitter.
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For the first time in memory, UC Berkeley agreed in March to be placed under indefinite federal Title IX monitoring as a result of an investigation into alleged Title IX violations against the Cal women’s field hockey team.
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For the first time in memory, UC Berkeley agreed in March to be placed under indefinite federal Title IX monitoring as a result of an investigation into alleged Title IX violations against the Cal women’s field hockey team.
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UC Berkeley’s former basketball and football coaches were paid the highest salaries within UC Berkeley in 2016, according to the university’s annual payroll data released Friday afternoon.
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UC Berkeley’s former basketball and football coaches were paid the highest salaries within UC Berkeley in 2016, according to the university’s annual payroll data released Friday afternoon.
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Cal’s Athletic Director Mike Williams, the man charged with helming the nation’s most debt-ridden athletics program, will step down in May 2018.
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Cal’s Athletic Director Mike Williams, the man charged with helming the nation’s most debt-ridden athletics program, will step down in May 2018.
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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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