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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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A number of UC Berkeley lecturers fear losing their jobs as the campus announced April 21 that they were no longer exempt from the hiring freeze.
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A number of UC Berkeley lecturers fear losing their jobs as the campus announced April 21 that they were no longer exempt from the hiring freeze.
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In times of increased global conflict & heightened polarization of political ideology, it's imperative that we teach how to deconstruct and analyze events.
In times of increased global conflict & heightened polarization of political ideology, it's imperative that we teach how to deconstruct and analyze events.
In 2015, the World Bank projected that based on the updated poverty line of $1.90 per day, 700 million people, or 9.6 percent of the global population, may be living in poverty.
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In 2015, the World Bank projected that based on the updated poverty line of $1.90 per day, 700 million people, or 9.6 percent of the global population, may be living in poverty.
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UC Berkeley professor of education John Hurst, a proponent of popular education, died March 22. He was 86.
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UC Berkeley professor of education John Hurst, a proponent of popular education, died March 22. He was 86.
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Several International and Area Studies, or IAS, majors are set to coalesce into a new global studies major by next year, with some courses planned to start by spring 2017.
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Several International and Area Studies, or IAS, majors are set to coalesce into a new global studies major by next year, with some courses planned to start by spring 2017.
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A UC Berkeley alumna launched a petition this month accusing the International and Area Studies administration of waging an “attack” on the Peace and Conflict Studies program due to downsizing in the last few years.
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A UC Berkeley alumna launched a petition this month accusing the International and Area Studies administration of waging an “attack” on the Peace and Conflict Studies program due to downsizing in the last few years.
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