BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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According to information from the U.S. Office of Postsecondary Education, UC Berkeley educates a high number of lower-income students in relation to its student body, especially when compared to other universities.
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According to information from the U.S. Office of Postsecondary Education, UC Berkeley educates a high number of lower-income students in relation to its student body, especially when compared to other universities.
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Deemed one of campus’s “boldest goals” by Chancellor Carol Christ, the Hispanic-Serving Institution initiative has come to a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Deemed one of campus’s “boldest goals” by Chancellor Carol Christ, the Hispanic-Serving Institution initiative has come to a standstill due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Contentious topics, such as compensation for unpaid work and job stability, are being discussed as UC lecturers renegotiate their contract with the university.
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Contentious topics, such as compensation for unpaid work and job stability, are being discussed as UC lecturers renegotiate their contract with the university.
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Major caps also encourage an environment where grades are given a disproportionate amount of importance. This comes at the cost of other aspects of education such as teamwork, creativity and exploration.
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Major caps also encourage an environment where grades are given a disproportionate amount of importance. This comes at the cost of other aspects of education such as teamwork, creativity and exploration.
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The ASUC Diversity Affairs Commission recently released data from the fall 2018 semester that comes from a survey designed to provide transparency surrounding the diversity within the association.
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The ASUC Diversity Affairs Commission recently released data from the fall 2018 semester that comes from a survey designed to provide transparency surrounding the diversity within the association.
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UC Berkeley ranked fifth on Forbes’ 2019 list of best-value colleges, again surpassing both Stanford University and Harvard University.
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UC Berkeley ranked fifth on Forbes’ 2019 list of best-value colleges, again surpassing both Stanford University and Harvard University.
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UC Berkeley’s Office of Planning and Analysis recently released a database that lists student GPAs by major since 2007, revealing a trend of undergraduate grade deflation across a number of humanities and STEM departments.
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UC Berkeley’s Office of Planning and Analysis recently released a database that lists student GPAs by major since 2007, revealing a trend of undergraduate grade deflation across a number of humanities and STEM departments.
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UC Berkeley was ranked the No. 4 public university in the United States — below UCLA, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill — in the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education’s joint college ranking released Tuesday.
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UC Berkeley was ranked the No. 4 public university in the United States — below UCLA, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill — in the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education’s joint college ranking released Tuesday.
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On April 7, UC Berkeley interim Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Carol Christ released a campuswide housing task force survey to garner feedback from students for future housing projects.
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On April 7, UC Berkeley interim Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Carol Christ released a campuswide housing task force survey to garner feedback from students for future housing projects.
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Starting Fall semester, students in language courses like Vietnamese, Filipino, and Hindi may experience more breathing room –– the courses of the South and Southeast Asian Studies Department are among the latest to utilize additional campus funding to reduce class sizes.
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Starting Fall semester, students in language courses like Vietnamese, Filipino, and Hindi may experience more breathing room –– the courses of the South and Southeast Asian Studies Department are among the latest to utilize additional campus funding to reduce class sizes.
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