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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Dania Matos, former associate chancellor and chief diversity officer at UC Merced, will formally become UC Berkeley’s vice chancellor for equity and inclusion beginning Aug. 16.
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Dania Matos, former associate chancellor and chief diversity officer at UC Merced, will formally become UC Berkeley’s vice chancellor for equity and inclusion beginning Aug. 16.
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Anti-Asian hate crimes have risen significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, with reporting database Stop AAPI Hate receiving almost 3,000 accounts of hate crimes since last spring.
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Anti-Asian hate crimes have risen significantly during the coronavirus pandemic, with reporting database Stop AAPI Hate receiving almost 3,000 accounts of hate crimes since last spring.
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Marsha Jaeger, assistant vice chancellor for educational partnerships at the campus Center for Educational Partnerships, or CEP, retired Sunday after more than 32 years of working on campus.
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Marsha Jaeger, assistant vice chancellor for educational partnerships at the campus Center for Educational Partnerships, or CEP, retired Sunday after more than 32 years of working on campus.
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The ASUC Senate discussed current semester initiatives and plans regarding equity, inclusion and services for new students at its Wednesday night meeting.
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The ASUC Senate discussed current semester initiatives and plans regarding equity, inclusion and services for new students at its Wednesday night meeting.
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Violence against Indigenous peoples of what is today California should not be discounted or minimized by campus faculty to preserve the fictional benevolence of their disciplines.
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Violence against Indigenous peoples of what is today California should not be discounted or minimized by campus faculty to preserve the fictional benevolence of their disciplines.
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UC Berkeley student life and engagement will look different in the fall compared to previous semesters because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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UC Berkeley student life and engagement will look different in the fall compared to previous semesters because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Robert D. Haas Undocumented Community Resource Center held its grand opening Feb. 6, creating a space specifically for undocumented students and allies. The Undocumented Community Resource Center, located at 180 César Chávez Student Center, is a space that provides undocumented students and allies with professional academic counseling, mental health support, access to resources and a place to study.
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The Robert D. Haas Undocumented Community Resource Center held its grand opening Feb. 6, creating a space specifically for undocumented students and allies. The Undocumented Community Resource Center, located at 180 César Chávez Student Center, is a space that provides undocumented students and allies with professional academic counseling, mental health support, access to resources and a place to study.
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Oscar Dubón, the UC Berkeley vice chancellor for equity and inclusion, is chairing a task force this semester in an effort to become a Hispanic-Serving Institution, or HSI, in the next decade.
Oscar Dubón, the UC Berkeley vice chancellor for equity and inclusion, is chairing a task force this semester in an effort to become a Hispanic-Serving Institution, or HSI, in the next decade.
Wednesday night’s ASUC Senate meeting erupted in controversy, as the ASUC commented on issues regarding India and Kashmir.
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Wednesday night’s ASUC Senate meeting erupted in controversy, as the ASUC commented on issues regarding India and Kashmir.
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The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, or CZI, announced Tuesday that it will award more than $6.9 million to fund programs at UC Berkeley and UC San Diego supporting underrepresented students in STEM fields.
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The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, or CZI, announced Tuesday that it will award more than $6.9 million to fund programs at UC Berkeley and UC San Diego supporting underrepresented students in STEM fields.
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