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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JUNE 03, 2023

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When Ifafunke Oladigbolu moved to Berkeley from Nigeria in 1991, she missed the vibrancy and vividness of Nigerian fashion.
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When Ifafunke Oladigbolu moved to Berkeley from Nigeria in 1991, she missed the vibrancy and vividness of Nigerian fashion.
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Prevailing lines of thought in the United States often dissuade critical thinking — after all, isn’t “charity” a good thing? But the dark underbelly of American consumerism operates in the dark, hiding beneath notions of charity or international aid. It’s a virtually invisible market, far out of sight and out of mind for the vast majority of American sports fans.
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Prevailing lines of thought in the United States often dissuade critical thinking — after all, isn’t “charity” a good thing? But the dark underbelly of American consumerism operates in the dark, hiding beneath notions of charity or international aid. It’s a virtually invisible market, far out of sight and out of mind for the vast majority of American sports fans.
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Olaseni Bello, a student pursuing his MBA at the Haas School of Business, was awarded a $20,000 scholarship Dec. 17 from the Sallie Mae’s Bridging the Dream Scholarship for Graduate Students.
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Olaseni Bello, a student pursuing his MBA at the Haas School of Business, was awarded a $20,000 scholarship Dec. 17 from the Sallie Mae’s Bridging the Dream Scholarship for Graduate Students.
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San Francisco Fashion Community Week graced the Bay Area last weekend with a four-day celebration of what brings us together and what makes us unique on a local and global scale.
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San Francisco Fashion Community Week graced the Bay Area last weekend with a four-day celebration of what brings us together and what makes us unique on a local and global scale.
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One of the first things I learned is that life here is not easy. Many people struggle to feed their families and/or do not have good educational opportunities, and people get malaria as often as once a year.
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One of the first things I learned is that life here is not easy. Many people struggle to feed their families and/or do not have good educational opportunities, and people get malaria as often as once a year.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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What do illegal camping, bilingual sailing lessons and Robert Kennedy have in common? They each could be your path to a future university professorship — or, at least, they each were part of a UC Berkeley faculty member's road to success.
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Kate Harrison has worked in 14 countries, including Serbia, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria and Indonesia — but she’s always come back to Berkeley.
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Kate Harrison has worked in 14 countries, including Serbia, Kyrgyzstan, Nigeria and Indonesia — but she’s always come back to Berkeley.
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In recent years, about one-fifth of the students attending summer classes at UC Berkeley have hailed from countries beyond the campus’s own.
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In recent years, about one-fifth of the students attending summer classes at UC Berkeley have hailed from countries beyond the campus’s own.
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