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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Although the thought of being the "new kid" in school can be intimidating, it's not the least bit nerve-wracking to transfer to UC Berkeley, one of the best universities in the nation, a community with unparalleled opportunities and an inclusive, diverse atmosphere.
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Although the thought of being the "new kid" in school can be intimidating, it's not the least bit nerve-wracking to transfer to UC Berkeley, one of the best universities in the nation, a community with unparalleled opportunities and an inclusive, diverse atmosphere.
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While Stanford may get to keep the axe for one more year (we at the Clog think it’ll be ours soon), we just wanted to remind you to keep your heads high.
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While Stanford may get to keep the axe for one more year (we at the Clog think it’ll be ours soon), we just wanted to remind you to keep your heads high.
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In 1952, UC Berkeley discarded a presidential system and adopted a chancellorship.
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In 1952, UC Berkeley discarded a presidential system and adopted a chancellorship.
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Nobel laureate Steven Chu, former U.S. Secretary of Energy and former director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, returned to Berkeley on Monday to discuss sustainable energy usage in the wake of rising global temperatures and climate concerns.
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Nobel laureate Steven Chu, former U.S. Secretary of Energy and former director of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, returned to Berkeley on Monday to discuss sustainable energy usage in the wake of rising global temperatures and climate concerns.
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