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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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As UC Berkeley prepares to resume in-person instruction in the fall, several faculty members have raised concerns over poor ventilation in Dwinelle Hall and Wheeler Hall, posing questions about safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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As UC Berkeley prepares to resume in-person instruction in the fall, several faculty members have raised concerns over poor ventilation in Dwinelle Hall and Wheeler Hall, posing questions about safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The U.S. Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals heard oral arguments from both UC Berkeley and activist group By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, in the latter's ongoing lawsuit regarding the Occupy Cal protests in 2011.
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The U.S. Ninth Circuit Federal Court of Appeals heard oral arguments from both UC Berkeley and activist group By Any Means Necessary, or BAMN, in the latter's ongoing lawsuit regarding the Occupy Cal protests in 2011.
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Members of activist group By Any Means Necessary and their attorney held a press conference Tuesday evening to address the progress of their lawsuit against UC Berkeley over the Occupy Cal protest.
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Members of activist group By Any Means Necessary and their attorney held a press conference Tuesday evening to address the progress of their lawsuit against UC Berkeley over the Occupy Cal protest.
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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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It began when students who held a rally commemorating the 30th anniversary of the creation of UC Berkeley’s ethnic studies programs moved in mass to Barrows and locked its front doors with chains.
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It began when students who held a rally commemorating the 30th anniversary of the creation of UC Berkeley’s ethnic studies programs moved in mass to Barrows and locked its front doors with chains.
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Today, Christ says that she wouldn’t have addressed the protest in the same way.
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Today, Christ says that she wouldn’t have addressed the protest in the same way.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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In the wake of Chancellor Nicholas Dirks’ resignation, The Daily Californian looks back at controversies that have faced the campus’s last three chancellors.
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In the wake of Chancellor Nicholas Dirks’ resignation, The Daily Californian looks back at controversies that have faced the campus’s last three chancellors.
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On Monday, campus organization By Any Means Necessary held a public tribunal in Wheeler Hall in which they discussed their ongoing lawsuit with the university and encouraged campus and community members to join their cause.
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On Monday, campus organization By Any Means Necessary held a public tribunal in Wheeler Hall in which they discussed their ongoing lawsuit with the university and encouraged campus and community members to join their cause.
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