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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

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UC Berkeley alumna Katherine Newman was appointed as the provost of the University of California.
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UC Berkeley alumna Katherine Newman was appointed as the provost of the University of California.
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To prioritize in-state applicants, the University of California is complying with state legislative initiatives to limit nonresident admissions over the next five years. 
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To prioritize in-state applicants, the University of California is complying with state legislative initiatives to limit nonresident admissions over the next five years. 
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For the first time, California will provide $15 million in ongoing funding to various academic recruitment and retention programs; however, concerns about how the funds will potentially be distributed have been raised.
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For the first time, California will provide $15 million in ongoing funding to various academic recruitment and retention programs; however, concerns about how the funds will potentially be distributed have been raised.
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Plans to demolish and replace Evans Hall and renovate UC Berkeley's Bechtel Engineering Center were approved by the UC Regents Wednesday.
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Plans to demolish and replace Evans Hall and renovate UC Berkeley's Bechtel Engineering Center were approved by the UC Regents Wednesday.
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The UC system’s patent tracking system will be entirely replaced with a new intellectual property management system within the next five years.
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The UC system’s patent tracking system will be entirely replaced with a new intellectual property management system within the next five years.
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Represented by the UAW union, 48,000 academic workers across the UC campuses are negotiating with the University of California, or UC, to demand greater progress on social and economic issues. 
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Represented by the UAW union, 48,000 academic workers across the UC campuses are negotiating with the University of California, or UC, to demand greater progress on social and economic issues. 
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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The eight rent-controlled units that once encompassed 1921 Walnut St. are now little more than a barren construction site.
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California Native American students from both federally and non-federally recognized tribes will have their university tuition and fees waived for the 2022-2023 academic year. 
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California Native American students from both federally and non-federally recognized tribes will have their university tuition and fees waived for the 2022-2023 academic year. 
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In 2020, the university’s decision to no longer require SAT and ACT scores in admissions prompted a flurry of emotions from the campus community and beyond.
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In 2020, the university’s decision to no longer require SAT and ACT scores in admissions prompted a flurry of emotions from the campus community and beyond.
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If the IREF passes, students will face an additional $132 semesterly fee to pay for items that should be coming out of campus’s existing budget.
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If the IREF passes, students will face an additional $132 semesterly fee to pay for items that should be coming out of campus’s existing budget.
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