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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Robert Birgeneau

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President Joe Biden rejected a resolution Feb. 16 by Congressional Democrats, which would have forgiven up to $50,000 in debt per student. In the days that followed, the UC Berkeley community expressed mixed responses to his decision.
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President Joe Biden rejected a resolution Feb. 16 by Congressional Democrats, which would have forgiven up to $50,000 in debt per student. In the days that followed, the UC Berkeley community expressed mixed responses to his decision.
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Almost a year after stepping down as chancellor of UC Berkeley, Nicholas Dirks will be joining Whittle School & Studios in July as chancellor and vice chairman of the school system's Global Education Design Committee.
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Almost a year after stepping down as chancellor of UC Berkeley, Nicholas Dirks will be joining Whittle School & Studios in July as chancellor and vice chairman of the school system's Global Education Design Committee.
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Former chancellor Nicholas Dirks will be paid $434,000 by UC Berkeley through the next academic year, more than 80 percent of his pay as the campus’s former top administrator — even though Dirks will not return to teaching on campus until fall 2018.
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Former chancellor Nicholas Dirks will be paid $434,000 by UC Berkeley through the next academic year, more than 80 percent of his pay as the campus’s former top administrator — even though Dirks will not return to teaching on campus until fall 2018.
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Today, Christ becomes the 11th chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley. She takes the helm of a school under siege from all sides.
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Today, Christ becomes the 11th chancellor of the University of California, Berkeley. She takes the helm of a school under siege from all sides.
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Almost a year after announcing his resignation, Nicholas Dirks officially stepped down from the position of chancellor Saturday.
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Almost a year after announcing his resignation, Nicholas Dirks officially stepped down from the position of chancellor Saturday.
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Carol Christ became UC Berkeley’s 11th chancellor Saturday, stepping into the role at a critical juncture in the campus’s history.
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Carol Christ became UC Berkeley’s 11th chancellor Saturday, stepping into the role at a critical juncture in the campus’s history.
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It began when students who held a rally commemorating the 30th anniversary of the creation of UC Berkeley’s ethnic studies programs moved in mass to Barrows and locked its front doors with chains.
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It began when students who held a rally commemorating the 30th anniversary of the creation of UC Berkeley’s ethnic studies programs moved in mass to Barrows and locked its front doors with chains.
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Today, Christ says that she wouldn’t have addressed the protest in the same way.
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Today, Christ says that she wouldn’t have addressed the protest in the same way.
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Francis, or “Frankie,” Guzman, a 2007 UC Berkeley graduate, returned to his alma mater Sunday afternoon to address the second graduating class of the Underground Scholars Initiative, a pioneering program unique to UC Berkeley that connects campus resources to formerly incarcerated students and students with formerly incarcerated family members.
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Francis, or “Frankie,” Guzman, a 2007 UC Berkeley graduate, returned to his alma mater Sunday afternoon to address the second graduating class of the Underground Scholars Initiative, a pioneering program unique to UC Berkeley that connects campus resources to formerly incarcerated students and students with formerly incarcerated family members.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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The last four years have provided unique challenges to the chancellorship, from routine budget and funding issues to the campus’s changing political climate.
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