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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 08, 2023

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The largest higher education strike in history of 48,000 academic workers across the UC system has entered its fourth week.
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The largest higher education strike in history of 48,000 academic workers across the UC system has entered its fourth week.
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John “Jack” McInerney, an applicant for an office assistant job in Oct. 2021 at UCLA, filed a lawsuit against the University of California Regents for wrongful termination by denying him employment based on his conviction history. 
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John “Jack” McInerney, an applicant for an office assistant job in Oct. 2021 at UCLA, filed a lawsuit against the University of California Regents for wrongful termination by denying him employment based on his conviction history. 
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United Auto Workers voted to authorize a strike consisting of postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers Wednesday.
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United Auto Workers voted to authorize a strike consisting of postdoctoral scholars, academic researchers, academic student employees and graduate student researchers Wednesday.
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The debate surrounding affirmative action is in full swing as the Supreme Court considers Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. The University of North Carolina.
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The debate surrounding affirmative action is in full swing as the Supreme Court considers Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. The University of North Carolina.
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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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Working as a graduate student at UC Berkeley, one of the top public research institutions in the world, can seem like a dream. Yet, for some, that dream can be tarnished when faced with the reality of campus working conditions amidst the costs of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. 
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Working as a graduate student at UC Berkeley, one of the top public research institutions in the world, can seem like a dream. Yet, for some, that dream can be tarnished when faced with the reality of campus working conditions amidst the costs of living in one of the world’s most expensive cities. 
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This coming fall semester, there will be a UC systemwide shift to the Tuition Stability Plan for incoming undergraduate students.
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This coming fall semester, there will be a UC systemwide shift to the Tuition Stability Plan for incoming undergraduate students.
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California Assemblymember Kevin McCarty proposed a bill that would provide $5 billion to construct affordable housing for students, faculty and staff. 
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California Assemblymember Kevin McCarty proposed a bill that would provide $5 billion to construct affordable housing for students, faculty and staff. 
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Amid the flurry of hellos exchanged by students and instructors is a general misconception about disability, according to campus graduate student Rosa Enriquez.
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Amid the flurry of hellos exchanged by students and instructors is a general misconception about disability, according to campus graduate student Rosa Enriquez.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 290, or SB 290, into law Sept. 28, to support affordable housing for low-income college students.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Senate Bill 290, or SB 290, into law Sept. 28, to support affordable housing for low-income college students.
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