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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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The UC Board of Regents decided to eliminate use of the SAT and ACT in the admissions process for California applicants by 2025 in a meeting Thursday.
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The UC Board of Regents decided to eliminate use of the SAT and ACT in the admissions process for California applicants by 2025 in a meeting Thursday.
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The bargaining team of United Auto Workers Local 2865 voted unanimously for a unionwide unfair labor practice strike authorization vote to take place early April.
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The bargaining team of United Auto Workers Local 2865 voted unanimously for a unionwide unfair labor practice strike authorization vote to take place early April.
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The partnership between the UC system and Dignity Health has been recently called into question over the health care provider’s denial of both abortions and gender-affirming care at some of its hospitals.
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The partnership between the UC system and Dignity Health has been recently called into question over the health care provider’s denial of both abortions and gender-affirming care at some of its hospitals.
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Clif Bar and UC President Janet Napolitano have each donated $500,000 to fund the California Organic Institute, which will be dedicated to organic research and education.
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Clif Bar and UC President Janet Napolitano have each donated $500,000 to fund the California Organic Institute, which will be dedicated to organic research and education.
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An appellate court ruling in a lawsuit involving alleged incidents of sexual misconduct at Michigan State University clarifies the Title IX responsibilities of colleges and universities following incidents of sexual misconduct.
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An appellate court ruling in a lawsuit involving alleged incidents of sexual misconduct at Michigan State University clarifies the Title IX responsibilities of colleges and universities following incidents of sexual misconduct.
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The UC Board of Regents approved the 2020-21 budget and discussed the proposed cohort-based tuition model on the third and final day of the meeting at UCSF on Thursday.
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The UC Board of Regents approved the 2020-21 budget and discussed the proposed cohort-based tuition model on the third and final day of the meeting at UCSF on Thursday.
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Dr. Craig Leasure, a long-standing leader at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, will assume his position as vice president of the Office of National Laboratories Oct. 1.
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Dr. Craig Leasure, a long-standing leader at the Los Alamos National Laboratory, will assume his position as vice president of the Office of National Laboratories Oct. 1.
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A rally was held in Sacramento on Tuesday to support the passage of SB 24, which would require all on-campus student health centers at public universities in California to offer medical abortions.
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A rally was held in Sacramento on Tuesday to support the passage of SB 24, which would require all on-campus student health centers at public universities in California to offer medical abortions.
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As an effort to address critical issues in higher education, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Friday the reestablishment of the Governor’s Council for Post-Secondary Education.
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As an effort to address critical issues in higher education, California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Friday the reestablishment of the Governor’s Council for Post-Secondary Education.
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Last week, newly-elected Gov. Gavin Newsom released his budget proposal for the next fiscal year — one that includes greater investments in California’s future with a clear commitment to equality. After former governor Jerry Brown’s disappointing last term, it’s refreshing to see that Newsom is already keeping his promises to his constituents.
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Last week, newly-elected Gov. Gavin Newsom released his budget proposal for the next fiscal year — one that includes greater investments in California’s future with a clear commitment to equality. After former governor Jerry Brown’s disappointing last term, it’s refreshing to see that Newsom is already keeping his promises to his constituents.
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