BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signing of SB 118, overriding court’s decision to cap UC Berkeley’s enrollmen, has amassed mixed reactions from the community.
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Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signing of SB 118, overriding court’s decision to cap UC Berkeley’s enrollmen, has amassed mixed reactions from the community.
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Campus Director of Communications Kyle Gibson said in an email that the school announced the plan to build the Beach Volleyball Courts in 2018 as part of the campus’ efforts to remain compliant with Title IX, a federal law that requires gender equity in educational programs. The underused recreation field at the Clark Kerr Campus will be used to establish four courts, an additional support building and a lawn area for spectators, Gibson said. 
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Campus Director of Communications Kyle Gibson said in an email that the school announced the plan to build the Beach Volleyball Courts in 2018 as part of the campus’ efforts to remain compliant with Title IX, a federal law that requires gender equity in educational programs. The underused recreation field at the Clark Kerr Campus will be used to establish four courts, an additional support building and a lawn area for spectators, Gibson said. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 118, the Senate version of a bill that increases fall 2022 enrollment at UC Berkeley and reverses the effects of the lawsuit that froze enrollment at 2020-21 levels, after it passed unanimously in the state Assembly and Senate.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed SB 118, the Senate version of a bill that increases fall 2022 enrollment at UC Berkeley and reverses the effects of the lawsuit that froze enrollment at 2020-21 levels, after it passed unanimously in the state Assembly and Senate.
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The California State Legislature introduced a bill which would nullify the decision requiring UC Berkeley to reduce in-person enrollment for fall 2022.
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The California State Legislature introduced a bill which would nullify the decision requiring UC Berkeley to reduce in-person enrollment for fall 2022.
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The UC Berkeley community reacted with mixed emotions to Thursday’s California Supreme Court ruling limiting campus enrollment to 2020-21 numbers.
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The UC Berkeley community reacted with mixed emotions to Thursday’s California Supreme Court ruling limiting campus enrollment to 2020-21 numbers.
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UC Berkeley may be able to virtually enroll all of the students it intended to after partial relief offered by Save Berkeley's Neighborhoods, or SBN.
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UC Berkeley may be able to virtually enroll all of the students it intended to after partial relief offered by Save Berkeley's Neighborhoods, or SBN.
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The California Supreme Court's Thursday ruling ordered campus to freeze enrollment at 2020-2021 levels, which will prevent thousands of students from enrolling at UC Berkeley in the fall.
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The California Supreme Court's Thursday ruling ordered campus to freeze enrollment at 2020-2021 levels, which will prevent thousands of students from enrolling at UC Berkeley in the fall.
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An amicus letter was filed Feb 21. in support of Saving Berkeley’s Neighborhoods amid the ongoing lawsuit to freeze student enrollment at UC Berkeley.
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An amicus letter was filed Feb 21. in support of Saving Berkeley’s Neighborhoods amid the ongoing lawsuit to freeze student enrollment at UC Berkeley.
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A court-ordered cap on UC Berkeley student admissions, which may restrict enrollment to 2020-21 levels, has sparked controversy among Berkeley city officials and community members.
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A court-ordered cap on UC Berkeley student admissions, which may restrict enrollment to 2020-21 levels, has sparked controversy among Berkeley city officials and community members.
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An Alameda County Judge ruled Monday that campus must freeze student enrollment at the current numbers until an environmental report is reconducted.
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An Alameda County Judge ruled Monday that campus must freeze student enrollment at the current numbers until an environmental report is reconducted.
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