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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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UC Berkeley doctoral candidates Ataya Cesspooch and Sierra Edd and doctoral student Breylan Martin published a collective statement Nov. 11 about campus associate professor Elizabeth Hoover, who released a statement Oct. 20 rescinding her previous claim to Native American ancestry.
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UC Berkeley doctoral candidates Ataya Cesspooch and Sierra Edd and doctoral student Breylan Martin published a collective statement Nov. 11 about campus associate professor Elizabeth Hoover, who released a statement Oct. 20 rescinding her previous claim to Native American ancestry.
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The debate surrounding affirmative action is in full swing as the Supreme Court considers Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. The University of North Carolina.
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The debate surrounding affirmative action is in full swing as the Supreme Court considers Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. The University of North Carolina.
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After dedicating over seventy years of his life expanding opportunities for students at the University of California, former campus Dean of Engineering Karl Pister died Saturday at the age of 96.
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After dedicating over seventy years of his life expanding opportunities for students at the University of California, former campus Dean of Engineering Karl Pister died Saturday at the age of 96.
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At a mostly Asian and white institution such as UC Berkeley, the scarcity of Black students compounds pressures, leading to mental health struggles.
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At a mostly Asian and white institution such as UC Berkeley, the scarcity of Black students compounds pressures, leading to mental health struggles.
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The lack of diversity in the Haas undergraduate program shows a lack of regard for the social context that surrounds business and economics.
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The lack of diversity in the Haas undergraduate program shows a lack of regard for the social context that surrounds business and economics.
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We scoured more than 100 years of digital archives to highlight notable events from campus and Daily Cal history. From the very first game at Memorial Stadium to the Milo Yiannopoulos protests, we compiled headlines from nearly every decade since the Daily Cal was founded in 1871. So sit back, relax and take a scroll through history.
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We scoured more than 100 years of digital archives to highlight notable events from campus and Daily Cal history. From the very first game at Memorial Stadium to the Milo Yiannopoulos protests, we compiled headlines from nearly every decade since the Daily Cal was founded in 1871. So sit back, relax and take a scroll through history.
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While the UC Berkeley department of undergraduate admissions has previously been inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement in its outreach and yield efforts, a constitutional amendment prevents changes to be made to the admissions process.
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While the UC Berkeley department of undergraduate admissions has previously been inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement in its outreach and yield efforts, a constitutional amendment prevents changes to be made to the admissions process.
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Proposition 16, which would have allowed the consideration of race and sex in public university admissions and state employment, failed in this year’s election, drawing criticism from student activists and community members of the UC system.
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Proposition 16, which would have allowed the consideration of race and sex in public university admissions and state employment, failed in this year’s election, drawing criticism from student activists and community members of the UC system.
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This November, California residents will vote on Proposition 16, a proposition that would overturn the earlier Prop. 209, which outlawed the use of race- and sex-based affirmative action in public institutions, including state employment and public universities.
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This November, California residents will vote on Proposition 16, a proposition that would overturn the earlier Prop. 209, which outlawed the use of race- and sex-based affirmative action in public institutions, including state employment and public universities.
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On Thursday, the UC Board of Regents’ last public meeting of the month largely focused on the promotion of equity and innovation, as it was dominated by discussions of supporting affirmative action and investing in UC research and ideas.
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On Thursday, the UC Board of Regents’ last public meeting of the month largely focused on the promotion of equity and innovation, as it was dominated by discussions of supporting affirmative action and investing in UC research and ideas.
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