BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 03, 2022

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A former UC Santa Cruz Police Department lieutenant filed a lawsuit against the UC Board of Regents on April 18 for allegations of retaliation and discrimination based on race and gender.
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A former UC Santa Cruz Police Department lieutenant filed a lawsuit against the UC Board of Regents on April 18 for allegations of retaliation and discrimination based on race and gender.
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The ASUC Senate met for its weekly meeting Wednesday night to hear updates on campus transportation funding and new campus policies on smoking, as well as to finalize appointments for next year’s internal positions.
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The ASUC Senate met for its weekly meeting Wednesday night to hear updates on campus transportation funding and new campus policies on smoking, as well as to finalize appointments for next year’s internal positions.
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Amid all of these responsibilities, it is important to escape even for just a weekend to places we haven’t explored before. So instead of exploring a new library on campus or trying out a new coffee shop, I decided to go to Santa Cruz in the hopes of relieving some stress and visiting a place I hadn’t been to in years.
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Amid all of these responsibilities, it is important to escape even for just a weekend to places we haven’t explored before. So instead of exploring a new library on campus or trying out a new coffee shop, I decided to go to Santa Cruz in the hopes of relieving some stress and visiting a place I hadn’t been to in years.
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UC Santa Cruz, or UCSC, plans to shift from its university-provided child care services to the independent, private child care provider Bright Horizons — a “disheartening” and “hypocritical” reality some UCSC student parents must face.
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UC Santa Cruz, or UCSC, plans to shift from its university-provided child care services to the independent, private child care provider Bright Horizons — a “disheartening” and “hypocritical” reality some UCSC student parents must face.
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Latinx Heritage Month, which lasts from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, is being celebrated in the Berkeley community through music, food and open discussions.
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Latinx Heritage Month, which lasts from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, is being celebrated in the Berkeley community through music, food and open discussions.
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This anthology of women’s strife is told by women reading predominantly unpublished letters submitted to Ms., the first mainstream feminist magazine.
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This anthology of women’s strife is told by women reading predominantly unpublished letters submitted to Ms., the first mainstream feminist magazine.
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Robinson has served as the interim chief campus counsel since October 2017. Christopher Patti, the previous chief campus counsel, was killed in a bicycle accident in August 2017. Starting in June, Robinson’s appointment will become permanent.
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Robinson has served as the interim chief campus counsel since October 2017. Christopher Patti, the previous chief campus counsel, was killed in a bicycle accident in August 2017. Starting in June, Robinson’s appointment will become permanent.
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It’s not enough just to say that we are on Ohlone land and then move on; the school needs to put its full weight behind the promises it makes.
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It’s not enough just to say that we are on Ohlone land and then move on; the school needs to put its full weight behind the promises it makes.
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Union president Mia McIver said UC librarians’ salaries are lower than those offered by the California State University system. UCOP’s goal is to reach a long-term deal that includes market-competitive pay, according to a statement provided by UCOP spokesperson Stephanie Beechem.
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Union president Mia McIver said UC librarians’ salaries are lower than those offered by the California State University system. UCOP’s goal is to reach a long-term deal that includes market-competitive pay, according to a statement provided by UCOP spokesperson Stephanie Beechem.
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