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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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UC academic student employees and graduate student researchers reached a tentative agreement with the UC Office of the President on Friday.
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UC academic student employees and graduate student researchers reached a tentative agreement with the UC Office of the President on Friday.
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Carol Zabin, founder of the UC Berkeley Labor Center’s Green Economy Program, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Energy Commission, or CEC, as part of its 2022 Clean Energy Hall of Fame Awards.
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Carol Zabin, founder of the UC Berkeley Labor Center’s Green Economy Program, received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Energy Commission, or CEC, as part of its 2022 Clean Energy Hall of Fame Awards.
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Academic workers conducting a sit-in protest at the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, in the city of Sacramento were arrested Monday amid union strikes throughout the UC system.
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Academic workers conducting a sit-in protest at the UC Office of the President, or UCOP, in the city of Sacramento were arrested Monday amid union strikes throughout the UC system.
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With a little faith, trust and “Pu$$y Fairy” dust, the festival seamlessly celebrated the multi-hued brilliance of contemporary R&B and rap’s best acts.
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With a little faith, trust and “Pu$$y Fairy” dust, the festival seamlessly celebrated the multi-hued brilliance of contemporary R&B and rap’s best acts.
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Low vaccination rates in young children have prompted a California Senate bill requiring vaccination in students to be placed on hold.
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Low vaccination rates in young children have prompted a California Senate bill requiring vaccination in students to be placed on hold.
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It’s these “outside of the classroom experiences” that make a student well-rounded, as well as competitive for companies and graduate schools, according to the Interim Executive Director of the Career Center Sue Harbour.
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It’s these “outside of the classroom experiences” that make a student well-rounded, as well as competitive for companies and graduate schools, according to the Interim Executive Director of the Career Center Sue Harbour.
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The team has one last regular season tournament before the Pac-12 championships.
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The team has one last regular season tournament before the Pac-12 championships.
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Eighth place out of 11 at five-over par is not medalworthy as seen by the results of this invitational.
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Eighth place out of 11 at five-over par is not medalworthy as seen by the results of this invitational.
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Cal women’s golfers, such as Katherine Zhu and Jasmine Lew, have a history of showing out guns blazing in the Bears’ upcoming Gunrock Invitational.
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Cal women’s golfers, such as Katherine Zhu and Jasmine Lew, have a history of showing out guns blazing in the Bears’ upcoming Gunrock Invitational.
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The invitational began Feb. 14, and while the day might represent love, there was little to be delighted about as the Bears began play.
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The invitational began Feb. 14, and while the day might represent love, there was little to be delighted about as the Bears began play.
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