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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Some UC Berkeley faculty members are willing to provide in-person instruction during the fall 2020 semester, while others, concerned about the danger of teaching amid a pandemic, are opting to teach online.
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Some UC Berkeley faculty members are willing to provide in-person instruction during the fall 2020 semester, while others, concerned about the danger of teaching amid a pandemic, are opting to teach online.
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AB 2836 requires the UC system and its campuses to adopt policies that meet the intent of existing state and federal laws and incorporate the input of Native American tribes.
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AB 2836 requires the UC system and its campuses to adopt policies that meet the intent of existing state and federal laws and incorporate the input of Native American tribes.
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More than 50 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday afternoon in solidarity with protesters opposing the North Dakota Access Pipeline, which, if built, could threaten the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s water and land.
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More than 50 demonstrators gathered on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday afternoon in solidarity with protesters opposing the North Dakota Access Pipeline, which, if built, could threaten the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s water and land.
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When Claude Steele cited his wife’s ongoing health problems as a major factor in his decision to step down as executive vice chancellor and provost, some members of the UC Berkeley community began to question whether his statement told the full story in light of a slew of campus problems.
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When Claude Steele cited his wife’s ongoing health problems as a major factor in his decision to step down as executive vice chancellor and provost, some members of the UC Berkeley community began to question whether his statement told the full story in light of a slew of campus problems.
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Administrative accountability and utilization of faculty expertise were among the calls to action proposed by concerned UC Berkeley faculty members at a Thursday emergency meeting on sexual harassment handling.
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Administrative accountability and utilization of faculty expertise were among the calls to action proposed by concerned UC Berkeley faculty members at a Thursday emergency meeting on sexual harassment handling.
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After a historic resumption of U.S.–Cuba diplomatic relations and a relaxation of bilateral tensions, Berkeley Study Abroad is now offering a summer study abroad program in Havana, Cuba.
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After a historic resumption of U.S.–Cuba diplomatic relations and a relaxation of bilateral tensions, Berkeley Study Abroad is now offering a summer study abroad program in Havana, Cuba.
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Apartheid survivors and human rights activists shared their stories of forgiveness and reconciliation during a Monday panel in commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s election as South African president.
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Apartheid survivors and human rights activists shared their stories of forgiveness and reconciliation during a Monday panel in commemoration of the 20th Anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s election as South African president.
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Gerald Berreman, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus of anthropology known for his extensive work concerning social inequality in South Asia, died Dec. 23 after a long struggle with dementia. He was 83.
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Gerald Berreman, a UC Berkeley professor emeritus of anthropology known for his extensive work concerning social inequality in South Asia, died Dec. 23 after a long struggle with dementia. He was 83.
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