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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 19, 2023

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As climate change continues to leave its mark on the world, UC Berkeley School of Law’s Environmental Law Clinic received a gift made in an effort to further advocacy and environmental justice work.
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As climate change continues to leave its mark on the world, UC Berkeley School of Law’s Environmental Law Clinic received a gift made in an effort to further advocacy and environmental justice work.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced appointments to the state government Thursday and Friday, including four UC Berkeley alumni and faculty.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced appointments to the state government Thursday and Friday, including four UC Berkeley alumni and faculty.
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Anthony Levandowski, a UC Berkeley alumnus with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial engineering and operations research, was granted a full pardon by former president Donald Trump for trade secret theft.
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Anthony Levandowski, a UC Berkeley alumnus with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in industrial engineering and operations research, was granted a full pardon by former president Donald Trump for trade secret theft.
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Joseph Myers, who taught at UC Berkeley’s ethnic studies department for nearly 30 years, died due to heart complications Dec. 29, 2020, at age 80. 
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Joseph Myers, who taught at UC Berkeley’s ethnic studies department for nearly 30 years, died due to heart complications Dec. 29, 2020, at age 80. 
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Bernadine “Pinky” Sewell, founder of popular campus restaurant Pinky & Red’s, was diagnosed with colon cancer in August and has set up a GoFundMe page to cover her medical and living expenses.
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Bernadine “Pinky” Sewell, founder of popular campus restaurant Pinky & Red’s, was diagnosed with colon cancer in August and has set up a GoFundMe page to cover her medical and living expenses.
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A federal judge ordered President Donald Trump’s administration to fully restore the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program Friday — causing UC administrators and students alike to celebrate.
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A federal judge ordered President Donald Trump’s administration to fully restore the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program Friday — causing UC administrators and students alike to celebrate.
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UC Berkeley School of Law’s new Center for Law and Work, or CLAW, aims to promote the study of workers’ rights — an issue of heightened importance since COVID-19 pandemic's adverse impact on employment.
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UC Berkeley School of Law’s new Center for Law and Work, or CLAW, aims to promote the study of workers’ rights — an issue of heightened importance since COVID-19 pandemic's adverse impact on employment.
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Oct. 3 marked the 150th anniversary of the UC Board of Regents’ 1870 decision to admit female students, further serving as a reminder of the political and cultural impacts four women had when elected to the 1918 California State Assembly.
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Oct. 3 marked the 150th anniversary of the UC Board of Regents’ 1870 decision to admit female students, further serving as a reminder of the political and cultural impacts four women had when elected to the 1918 California State Assembly.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed three bills Wednesday addressing racial discrimination and systemic racism in California.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed three bills Wednesday addressing racial discrimination and systemic racism in California.
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Deans from several University of California law schools released a joint statement Sept. 11 addressing the federal government's decision banning staff training relating to white privilege and the social science framework Critical Race Theory, or CRT. 
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Deans from several University of California law schools released a joint statement Sept. 11 addressing the federal government's decision banning staff training relating to white privilege and the social science framework Critical Race Theory, or CRT. 
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