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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Cal will join six other programs at Stanford this weekend for its title defense.
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Cal will join six other programs at Stanford this weekend for its title defense.
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The Bears will take the short trip to San Francisco to matchup against in-state and out-of-state foes.
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The Bears will take the short trip to San Francisco to matchup against in-state and out-of-state foes.
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Outside of its showdown against St. Mary’s, the Bears had a lot more to be happy about this weekend, as this tournament proved the first opportunity in months to compete against a diverse field of talent.
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Outside of its showdown against St. Mary’s, the Bears had a lot more to be happy about this weekend, as this tournament proved the first opportunity in months to compete against a diverse field of talent.
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After dedicating over seventy years of his life expanding opportunities for students at the University of California, former campus Dean of Engineering Karl Pister died Saturday at the age of 96.
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After dedicating over seventy years of his life expanding opportunities for students at the University of California, former campus Dean of Engineering Karl Pister died Saturday at the age of 96.
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The UC Board of Regents received public criticism on the lack of student voices in their voting process and discussed standardized testing and artificial intelligence during their final day of meetings Thursday.
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The UC Board of Regents received public criticism on the lack of student voices in their voting process and discussed standardized testing and artificial intelligence during their final day of meetings Thursday.
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On April 30, the Berkeley Cost-of-Living Adjustment General Assembly voted to end its grading strike, about a month after it began.
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On April 30, the Berkeley Cost-of-Living Adjustment General Assembly voted to end its grading strike, about a month after it began.
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As graduate students, we demand a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, to address rent burdens that have made life in a university town untenable. 
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As graduate students, we demand a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, to address rent burdens that have made life in a university town untenable. 
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Nearly 1,100 protesters showed up at the peak of the campus protest to support a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, for UC graduate students March 5. About 100 protesters gathered on Sproul Plaza at about 10:30 a.m. to march around campus.
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Nearly 1,100 protesters showed up at the peak of the campus protest to support a cost of living adjustment, or COLA, for UC graduate students March 5. About 100 protesters gathered on Sproul Plaza at about 10:30 a.m. to march around campus.
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Student advocates visited the UC Office of the President in Oakland on March 2 to demand the UC system to divest from the Thirty Meter Telescope project on Maunakea and direct funds toward a cost-of-living adjustment for graduate student employees.
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Student advocates visited the UC Office of the President in Oakland on March 2 to demand the UC system to divest from the Thirty Meter Telescope project on Maunakea and direct funds toward a cost-of-living adjustment for graduate student employees.
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Campus graduate students gathered on Sproul Plaza on Monday for a “Cal COLA: Pay Us More UCB” protest in solidarity with UC Santa Cruz graduate students who are demanding a wage increase that reflects the cost of living in Santa Cruz.
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Campus graduate students gathered on Sproul Plaza on Monday for a “Cal COLA: Pay Us More UCB” protest in solidarity with UC Santa Cruz graduate students who are demanding a wage increase that reflects the cost of living in Santa Cruz.
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