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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Whatever your traumatic experience may be, we’re sure we’d all agree that at least the following things are more reliable than AirBears.
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Whatever your traumatic experience may be, we’re sure we’d all agree that at least the following things are more reliable than AirBears.
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Electrical engineering, computer science and bioengineering Professor Shankar Sastry will be stepping down from his position as Dean of the College of Engineering, as announced in an email addressed to campus by executive vice chancellor and provost Paul Alivisatos on October 13th.
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Electrical engineering, computer science and bioengineering Professor Shankar Sastry will be stepping down from his position as Dean of the College of Engineering, as announced in an email addressed to campus by executive vice chancellor and provost Paul Alivisatos on October 13th.
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A hall on the north side of campus plans to open its doors for the first time Aug. 20 to host classes during the upcoming academic year and to encourage innovations in design and engineering.
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A hall on the north side of campus plans to open its doors for the first time Aug. 20 to host classes during the upcoming academic year and to encourage innovations in design and engineering.
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Controversy around the construction of Jacobs Hall continued as existing redwood trees were removed from the site Wednesday, sparking anger and confusion from concerned UC Berkeley students and other community members.
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Controversy around the construction of Jacobs Hall continued as existing redwood trees were removed from the site Wednesday, sparking anger and confusion from concerned UC Berkeley students and other community members.
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As the campus gears up to begin constructing a new design innovation building near Soda Hall, some students and vocal protesters have occupied the site, stating concerns over the removal of redwood trees and the project’s alleged association with QualComm.
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As the campus gears up to begin constructing a new design innovation building near Soda Hall, some students and vocal protesters have occupied the site, stating concerns over the removal of redwood trees and the project’s alleged association with QualComm.
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