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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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If campus doesn’t provide an academic safety net, students will continue to feel pressure to attend class, despite the health risks.
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If campus doesn’t provide an academic safety net, students will continue to feel pressure to attend class, despite the health risks.
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U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has rescinded 72 guidelines that outlined rights for disabled students, raising concerns within the UC Berkeley community about waning protections for students with disabilities.
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U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has rescinded 72 guidelines that outlined rights for disabled students, raising concerns within the UC Berkeley community about waning protections for students with disabilities.
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Under a new University of California hiring policy, prospective university employees will no longer be asked about prior convictions in their initial employment applications. This push to “ban the box” will take effect as early as October, just over a year after UC Berkeley became the first UC campus to institute the policy.
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Under a new University of California hiring policy, prospective university employees will no longer be asked about prior convictions in their initial employment applications. This push to “ban the box” will take effect as early as October, just over a year after UC Berkeley became the first UC campus to institute the policy.
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Seattle’s rising minimum wage has not affected employment rates, according to a UC Berkeley study released Tuesday by the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.
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Seattle’s rising minimum wage has not affected employment rates, according to a UC Berkeley study released Tuesday by the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment.
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We need to hold President Trump accountable for his misguided attacks on the environment and the agencies that stand to protect it.
We need to hold President Trump accountable for his misguided attacks on the environment and the agencies that stand to protect it.
On Friday morning, incoming UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ addressed the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce, or BCC, at the Bancroft Hotel about campus student housing concerns.
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On Friday morning, incoming UC Berkeley Chancellor Carol Christ addressed the Berkeley Chamber of Commerce, or BCC, at the Bancroft Hotel about campus student housing concerns.
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Norton Grubb, the David Pierpont Gardner Professor in Higher Education Emeritus, passed away Jan. 15 in his sleep while vacationing in Taipei, Taiwan. He was 67.
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Norton Grubb, the David Pierpont Gardner Professor in Higher Education Emeritus, passed away Jan. 15 in his sleep while vacationing in Taipei, Taiwan. He was 67.
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