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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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In 2015, UC President Janet Napolitano announced a plan that guaranteed a $15 minimum wage by October 2017 for all new workers contracted by the UC system. Almost two years later, an internal audit of UC Berkeley found the campus to be “not yet compliant” with the plan’s requirements.
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In 2015, UC President Janet Napolitano announced a plan that guaranteed a $15 minimum wage by October 2017 for all new workers contracted by the UC system. Almost two years later, an internal audit of UC Berkeley found the campus to be “not yet compliant” with the plan’s requirements.
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As of Oct. 15, the University of California will begin cutting perks for senior-level officials systemwide in an effort to reduce costs.
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As of Oct. 15, the University of California will begin cutting perks for senior-level officials systemwide in an effort to reduce costs.
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Eight of the 10 chancellors in the University of California were approved for 3 percent salary increases Wednesday.
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Eight of the 10 chancellors in the University of California were approved for 3 percent salary increases Wednesday.
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The UC Board of Regents have appointed Rafael "Rafi" Sands as its first ever student advisor to the regents for the 2017-18 year.
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The UC Board of Regents have appointed Rafael "Rafi" Sands as its first ever student advisor to the regents for the 2017-18 year.
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This Monday, Congress passed a bipartisan budget deal to restore the summer Pell Grant, part of the larger federal Pell Grant financial aid program, which was originally repealed in 2011.
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This Monday, Congress passed a bipartisan budget deal to restore the summer Pell Grant, part of the larger federal Pell Grant financial aid program, which was originally repealed in 2011.
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