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A new hypothesis for the evolution of T. rex’s short arms was formulated by Kevin Padian, UC Berkeley professor emeritus of integrative biology and curator of paleontology at the UC Museum of Paleontology. 
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A new hypothesis for the evolution of T. rex’s short arms was formulated by Kevin Padian, UC Berkeley professor emeritus of integrative biology and curator of paleontology at the UC Museum of Paleontology. 
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UC Berkeley was ranked below UCLA in Times Higher Education’s 2018 “World University Rankings,” making it the No. 2 public university in the United States, according to the list.
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UC Berkeley was ranked below UCLA in Times Higher Education’s 2018 “World University Rankings,” making it the No. 2 public university in the United States, according to the list.
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An arrest has been made in relation to the fatal hit and run that took the life of campus chief legal counsel Christopher Patti Sunday morning.
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An arrest has been made in relation to the fatal hit and run that took the life of campus chief legal counsel Christopher Patti Sunday morning.
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The new-school Italian restaurant, located on 2420 Shattuck Ave., calls itself a modern reiteration of Giovanni’s, which opened in 1961 but closed in 2015 because of fire damage.
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The new-school Italian restaurant, located on 2420 Shattuck Ave., calls itself a modern reiteration of Giovanni’s, which opened in 1961 but closed in 2015 because of fire damage.
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A study led by campus researchers found that higher levels of education are linked to later ages of peak cognitive performance.
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A study led by campus researchers found that higher levels of education are linked to later ages of peak cognitive performance.
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Forty-two percent of all UC undergraduates are the first in their families to attend college. Campus sophomore Neida Mendez is one of these students.
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Forty-two percent of all UC undergraduates are the first in their families to attend college. Campus sophomore Neida Mendez is one of these students.
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UC Berkeley’s fall 2017 new student convocation was much more a lively, raucous concert than a typical series of speeches.
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UC Berkeley’s fall 2017 new student convocation was much more a lively, raucous concert than a typical series of speeches.
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A big C has emerged and it’s not the landmark on the Berkeley Hills overlooking campus — it’s a human C, made up of 7,194 incoming first-year and transfer students.
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A big C has emerged and it’s not the landmark on the Berkeley Hills overlooking campus — it’s a human C, made up of 7,194 incoming first-year and transfer students.
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SB 331, which was authored by California State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, will take effect Jan. 1, 2018. The bill will give survivors evidentiary privilege, which means that any discourse between a domestic violence survivor and a counselor will remain confidential. Before SB 331, according to Jackson, this privilege only existed for survivors of sexual assault.
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SB 331, which was authored by California State Sen. Hannah-Beth Jackson, will take effect Jan. 1, 2018. The bill will give survivors evidentiary privilege, which means that any discourse between a domestic violence survivor and a counselor will remain confidential. Before SB 331, according to Jackson, this privilege only existed for survivors of sexual assault.
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Cal’s Athletic Director Mike Williams, the man charged with helming the nation’s most debt-ridden athletics program, will step down in May 2018.
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Cal’s Athletic Director Mike Williams, the man charged with helming the nation’s most debt-ridden athletics program, will step down in May 2018.
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