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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 18, 2023

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UC Berkeley is committed to providing a broad array of services to the more than 1800 students who are part of the Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP.
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UC Berkeley is committed to providing a broad array of services to the more than 1800 students who are part of the Disabled Students’ Program, or DSP.
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At a time when the removal of controversial monuments from public places has made national headlines, UC Berkeley finds itself revisiting concerns surrounding the names of several contentious buildings on campus.
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At a time when the removal of controversial monuments from public places has made national headlines, UC Berkeley finds itself revisiting concerns surrounding the names of several contentious buildings on campus.
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It has taken more than two years of organizing rallies, marches and demonstrations for the Black Student Union, or BSU, to obtain a five-year contract for the Hearst Field Annex space with a $30,000 annual stipend to pay for its programs.
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It has taken more than two years of organizing rallies, marches and demonstrations for the Black Student Union, or BSU, to obtain a five-year contract for the Hearst Field Annex space with a $30,000 annual stipend to pay for its programs.
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When Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor visited campus Thursday, she walked off the stage and into the crowd, answering questions, shaking hands and giving hugs to audience members. Sotomayor said she doesn’t like sitting still.
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When Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor visited campus Thursday, she walked off the stage and into the crowd, answering questions, shaking hands and giving hugs to audience members. Sotomayor said she doesn’t like sitting still.
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Vice Chancellor of Equity and Inclusion Na’ilah Nasir will resign from her position June 15 in order to assume the role of president of the Spencer Foundation, an educational research foundation, announced interim Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Carol Christ in an email to the campus.
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Vice Chancellor of Equity and Inclusion Na’ilah Nasir will resign from her position June 15 in order to assume the role of president of the Spencer Foundation, an educational research foundation, announced interim Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Carol Christ in an email to the campus.
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Chancellor Nicholas Dirks announced in a campuswide statement Sunday that campus leadership is working with the UC Office of the President to analyze the potential impacts that President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on immigration could have on students, faculty and staff.
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Chancellor Nicholas Dirks announced in a campuswide statement Sunday that campus leadership is working with the UC Office of the President to analyze the potential impacts that President Donald Trump’s recent executive order on immigration could have on students, faculty and staff.
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With the campus erupting into protests after Donald Trump’s election Tuesday night, campus leadership is calling for unity, mutual respect and solidarity as the community and country regroup after a divisive — and, for many, devastating — campaign season.
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With the campus erupting into protests after Donald Trump’s election Tuesday night, campus leadership is calling for unity, mutual respect and solidarity as the community and country regroup after a divisive — and, for many, devastating — campaign season.
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After demands earlier in the month that they be relocated from their current spaces in the Eshleman Hall basement, members of the Queer Alliance and Resource Center, or QARC, and bridges Multicultural Resource Center rejected three alternative location options offered by the ASUC Student Union Board at an emergency meeting held Thursday.
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After demands earlier in the month that they be relocated from their current spaces in the Eshleman Hall basement, members of the Queer Alliance and Resource Center, or QARC, and bridges Multicultural Resource Center rejected three alternative location options offered by the ASUC Student Union Board at an emergency meeting held Thursday.
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At the end of the day Monday, the campus will close the Disabled Students’ Readiness Program, a subsidiary of the larger Disabled Students’ Program that helps students succeed in college and gain employment upon graduation.
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At the end of the day Monday, the campus will close the Disabled Students’ Readiness Program, a subsidiary of the larger Disabled Students’ Program that helps students succeed in college and gain employment upon graduation.
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