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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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Norman Pattiz has already shown himself to be bereft of a moral compass — of the values UC stakeholders such as students, faculty, staff and taxpayers would hope their own governing body would defend.
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Norman Pattiz has already shown himself to be bereft of a moral compass — of the values UC stakeholders such as students, faculty, staff and taxpayers would hope their own governing body would defend.
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14,000 university student research assistants do not have the same right to collective bargaining as other student employees, including teaching assistants, readers and tutors.
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14,000 university student research assistants do not have the same right to collective bargaining as other student employees, including teaching assistants, readers and tutors.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene later this week at UCSF Mission Bay to vote on the establishment of a non-resident student enrollment policy, discuss the findings of a state audit of the UC Office of the President, and review responses to the UC Graduate Student Well-Being Survey.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene later this week at UCSF Mission Bay to vote on the establishment of a non-resident student enrollment policy, discuss the findings of a state audit of the UC Office of the President, and review responses to the UC Graduate Student Well-Being Survey.
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California State Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva became the first legislator to call for UC President Janet Napolitano’s resignation Tuesday after criticizing Napolitano’s leadership following a recent state audit of the UC Office of the President.
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California State Assemblymember Sharon Quirk-Silva became the first legislator to call for UC President Janet Napolitano’s resignation Tuesday after criticizing Napolitano’s leadership following a recent state audit of the UC Office of the President.
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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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SAN FRANCISCO — The UC Board of Regents convened Wednesday at UCSF Mission Bay to discuss a variety of topics, including UC Berkeley student housing recommendations, the potential impact of a repeal of the Affordable Care Act on UC Health and the nomination of Carol Christ — UC Berkeley’s interim executive vice chancellor and provost — as the UC Berkeley chancellor.
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SAN FRANCISCO — The UC Board of Regents convened Wednesday at UCSF Mission Bay to discuss a variety of topics, including UC Berkeley student housing recommendations, the potential impact of a repeal of the Affordable Care Act on UC Health and the nomination of Carol Christ — UC Berkeley’s interim executive vice chancellor and provost — as the UC Berkeley chancellor.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at UCSF Mission Bay to vote on an amendment to the systemwide faculty code of conduct, vote on Carol Christ’s appointment as UC Berkeley’s new chancellor and discuss UC investments and undergraduate cost of attendance.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at UCSF Mission Bay to vote on an amendment to the systemwide faculty code of conduct, vote on Carol Christ’s appointment as UC Berkeley’s new chancellor and discuss UC investments and undergraduate cost of attendance.
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A panel of experts convened Tuesday in Berkeley to unveil a policy paper affirming the possibility of restoring tuition-free public higher education in California.
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A panel of experts convened Tuesday in Berkeley to unveil a policy paper affirming the possibility of restoring tuition-free public higher education in California.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene Wednesday and Thursday at UCSF Mission Bay to vote on a new operating budget plan, which includes tuition hikes for in-state and out-of-state students.
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The UC Board of Regents will convene Wednesday and Thursday at UCSF Mission Bay to vote on a new operating budget plan, which includes tuition hikes for in-state and out-of-state students.
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Despite protests against tuition hikes at the UC Board of Regents meeting in November, the UC Office of the President announced in a statement Wednesday that the regents have proposed a tuition increase for the 2017-18 academic year.
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Despite protests against tuition hikes at the UC Board of Regents meeting in November, the UC Office of the President announced in a statement Wednesday that the regents have proposed a tuition increase for the 2017-18 academic year.
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