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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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The UC Board of Regents will vote Tuesday on whether to take funding from four UC Berkeley projects and allocate it toward the replacement of Evans Hall, after voters rejected Proposition 13 in March and stopped the UC system from receiving additional funding.
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The UC Board of Regents will vote Tuesday on whether to take funding from four UC Berkeley projects and allocate it toward the replacement of Evans Hall, after voters rejected Proposition 13 in March and stopped the UC system from receiving additional funding.
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Seismic concerns have come to the front of many campus community members' minds in recent months, leaving them worried about the potential effects of an earthquake after six campus buildings were found to have a severe implied risk to life.
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Seismic concerns have come to the front of many campus community members' minds in recent months, leaving them worried about the potential effects of an earthquake after six campus buildings were found to have a severe implied risk to life.
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On Tuesday, brave the steep UC Berkeley gradient and head over to Stephens Hall at 5 p.m. for a postcard talk from San Francisco-based historian Omar Khan.
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On Tuesday, brave the steep UC Berkeley gradient and head over to Stephens Hall at 5 p.m. for a postcard talk from San Francisco-based historian Omar Khan.
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Due to UC seismic safety policy revisions that were adopted in 2017, all buildings in the UC system must be assessed. Those deemed seismically deficient will be “retrofitted, replaced or vacated no later than the year 2030,” Christ said in a statement.
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Due to UC seismic safety policy revisions that were adopted in 2017, all buildings in the UC system must be assessed. Those deemed seismically deficient will be “retrofitted, replaced or vacated no later than the year 2030,” Christ said in a statement.
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A sexual assault occurred southeast of Stephens Hall near Strawberry Creek on Sunday at approximately 10:50 a.m., according to a community alert released by UC Police Department Monday afternoon.
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A sexual assault occurred southeast of Stephens Hall near Strawberry Creek on Sunday at approximately 10:50 a.m., according to a community alert released by UC Police Department Monday afternoon.
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The C.V. Starr East Asian Library, the South/Southeast Asia Library and the Ethnic Studies Library become increasingly important to UC Berkeley.
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The C.V. Starr East Asian Library, the South/Southeast Asia Library and the Ethnic Studies Library become increasingly important to UC Berkeley.
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In Berkeley, there has come to be a sort of timelessness to a smoke-shrouded sky. Though California weather regularly lends a great number of fires to the golden hills during its drier seasons, large-scale infernos are far and between. When they do happen, they are remembered.
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In Berkeley, there has come to be a sort of timelessness to a smoke-shrouded sky. Though California weather regularly lends a great number of fires to the golden hills during its drier seasons, large-scale infernos are far and between. When they do happen, they are remembered.
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The door to the Stephens Hall room that gave the “Peace” discipline a space on campus since 2003 is blank. Even the original metal sign that read “Peace and Conflict Studies Program,” formerly located outside its entrance, disappeared soon after the program moved to Stephens Hall in 2003.
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The door to the Stephens Hall room that gave the “Peace” discipline a space on campus since 2003 is blank. Even the original metal sign that read “Peace and Conflict Studies Program,” formerly located outside its entrance, disappeared soon after the program moved to Stephens Hall in 2003.
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Deciding to study abroad can be a complicated process complete with the intimidating task of choosing from more than 40 countries and all that daunting paperwork. Luckily, The Daily Californian had the opportunity to chat with members of the Berkeley Study Abroad office, including Diane Marcus, associate director of marketing, Laura Shanks, publications and production specialist, and Barbara Tassielli, assistant director of advising, via phone and email to answer some of the perplexing questions you might have.
Deciding to study abroad can be a complicated process complete with the intimidating task of choosing from more than 40 countries and all that daunting paperwork. Luckily, The Daily Californian had the opportunity to chat with members of the Berkeley Study Abroad office, including Diane Marcus, associate director of marketing, Laura Shanks, publications and production specialist, and Barbara Tassielli, assistant director of advising, via phone and email to answer some of the perplexing questions you might have.
Graduate students hold up our university. They provide the teaching and grading labor that makes quality instruction possible. They also produce scholarship — both here and throughout their careers — that allows UC Berkeley to call itself a world-class site of cutting-edge research.
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Graduate students hold up our university. They provide the teaching and grading labor that makes quality instruction possible. They also produce scholarship — both here and throughout their careers — that allows UC Berkeley to call itself a world-class site of cutting-edge research.
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